Malou Juelskjaer

Malou Juelskjaer
Aarhus University | AU · Department of Education

PhD

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Matter: Journal of New Materialist Research This paper considers how feminist new materialist thinking may offer a resource for reorienting pedagogy in light of pressing global issues such as climate change and political unrest. The paper applies feminist new materialist thinking to develop a new pedagogical agenda. I argue that pedagogies are alwa...
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At tænke med agential realisme introducerer til fysiker og feministisk tænker Karen Barads arbejde. Agential realisme bearbejder forståelser af tid, rum, materialitet, kausalitet, agens, forskel, subjektivitet og objektivitet. Dette bringer Barad frem til en teoretisering af, hvordan verden og viden materialiseres, forvikles og forbindes. Barads...
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We investigate how students’ voices are enacted in reform processes and in research on reforms. Our theoretical stance on the concept of reform is performative and onto-epistemological; thus, we understand reforming as an entangled multiplicity, co-emerging and co-morphing. Reforming reconfigure what ‘is’ and intra-act with what is already there. T...
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This article is concerned with new feminist materialism’s transformatory ethical potential with regards to the (fast) neoliberal university. It is also shaped and inspired by Karen Barad’s question: ’How can I be responsible for that which I love?’ (Barad 2016). The text thus investigates possibilities of thinking through new materialist theorising...
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Through a methodology of having students ‘design’ leadership chairs, we investigate how contemporary leadership and governing operate by orchestrating affects and strategically shaping the physical environment in order to transform and shape intensities, desires, atmospheres, and social relations. By presenting a pedagogical framing as ‘a posthuman...
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The aim of this article is to trace how contemporary (post)psychologies, when used as psy-leadership tools in order to reach new standards, may create new work around the standards and may also create new subjectivities. It is well known that education is a field in which standardization and the making of subjects have held sway for many years; and...
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This chapter explores how affective states of mind, such as presence and vigilance, emerge, transform, and disappear as performative effects of leading students’ learning milieu. Specifically, we follow how the use of post-psychologies targeting milieu, contexts, relations, and bodies are centrally incorporated into leadership practices. Post-psych...
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I investigate how a design process – leading up to the design of a new education building -enact, transform and highlight tacit everyday practices and experiences in an education setting, whereby becoming an art of managing. I apply a post-humanist performative perspective, highlighting entangled agencies rather than focusing on human agency. I foc...
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I work with the concept of apparatuses of material storytelling as a way to study the enactment of ‘the future school’. The article analyses a project at a school that involved students, teachers and leaders building models for learning spaces to inspire the architect who were to design a new building for grades 4-6. The analysis is theoretically i...
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This paper investigates enactments of human subjectivities with a focus on how subjectivities may be studied if spatiality and temporality are taken up as constituting forces in the production of subjectivities. By reading poststructuralist feminist theorising, agential realism and empirical material diffractively through each other I re-situate ge...
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This article explores how the affective “set-up” of Freud’s legendary couch has been exported into modern education relations. The so-called psy-sciences from pedagogy, psychology, and psychiatry have informed self-management in school. Managing self-management has a material-affective dimension. Through affective encounters with the couch, we argu...
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The article explores Karen Barad’s theoretical framework, agential realism, to seek out theoretical perspectives that can be used as analytical approaches to empirical data. By selecting two pieces of data we aim to illustrate the analytical possibilities offered by this approach. The first piece of data stipulates an opening of ‘WHAT OF’ of the ac...
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This interview was conducted on a balcony, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea (with airplanes taking off and landing above our heads) during the Third International Symposium on Process Organization Studies, at Corfu, Greece in June 2011. The symposium had the theme “How Matter Matters: Objects, Artifacts and Materiality in Organization Studies”. We...
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Det affektive set up, der fulgte med Freuds divan, er i dag eksporteret ind i arbejdsrelationer, og den terapeutiske relation kan nu genfindes som en ledelsesrelation. Hvordan medproducerer en komfortteknologi som en sofa affektive ledelse? Hvordan rekonstrueres 'de/t der skal ledes', og hvilke implikationer har det for ledelse og organisation, når...
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In Western countries, discourses concerning ‘boys failing school’ are circulated in media as well as in schools. Research is conducted that offers sweeping sociological, societal or biological explanations, or context‐sensitive ethnographic or social psychological and variable explanations on the relation between boys and school life. In this artic...
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Hunting through poststructuralist feminist theories of the body, this article presents building blocks for a theory of bodily subjectification processes which works against generalising ideas and which prove useful for complex analytical investigations of how we become subjects in a bodily sense. The building blocks presented includes 1) Viewing th...

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