Sarah Healy

Sarah Healy
University of Melbourne | MSD · Melbourne Graduate School for Education

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Sarah Healy is a Melbourne Postdoctoral Fellow at The University of Melbourne. She is engaged in several interdisciplinary research collaborations at the intersection of affect theory, affirming ethics, process philosophy, digital metho-pedagogies, aformal learning settings, creative methods and artistic practice. Sarah also has strong ties with Deakin University, engaging in ongoing transnational collaborations involving The Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child.

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The University of Melbourne initiated ‘teacher as art maker project’ continues to grow and develop its body of knowledge through an expansion of its participant groups that now includes Science Education graduates, and the asset of a growing team of researchers who are bringing a sophisticated praxis-focus to the project. This research report signa...
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What if a purpose of pedagogy was to create environments where intense experiences of learning can occur? This research is an inquiry into how affect-intense pedagogies work and the work that they do. It focuses on pedagogic affect as produced in the situated, sociomaterial practices of three more-than-human environments that create the conditions...
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This article takes as its focus the doing of pedagogic affect. We are not so much concerned with what pedagogic affect is as what it does and how it might do more. We revisit Spinozist concepts of affect, as taken up by Deleuze and Braidotti, in the context of affirmative ethics. Bringing assemblage thinking together with empirical material generat...
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Could Covid-19, this unexpected crisis, act as a comma in a co-research-creation project to become a breathing space and not a full stop? Maybe this pause is a colon: the two different periods of the project (and life in general) on either side of COVID, equally important and dependent on each another for full meaning. In this chapter, we tell the...
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The Gadfly first materialised as a provocative data performance at the Transitions Research Symposium held at The University of Melbourne in June 2017. The figuration of gadfly in the title shapes the figure of the researcher as (bothersome) questioner that provokes critical dialogue about the assumptions underpinning our own research practices and...
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As critical posthumanist and (new) materialist scholarship become more established in educational research, a reconsideration of methodological approaches suited to a radical relational onto-epistemology is required. A popular figuration adopted by researchers to help think and do such research is the Deleuze-Guattarian “rhizome.” Coming to terms w...
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Defined as the power to increase or lessen the capacity to act, affect is purported to be pedagogy’s first lesson. In this article we explore the work of ordinary affects in relation to oppressive social norms with particular attention to race. Using feminist new materialist concepts, we trace the capacities of these affects as they play into two p...
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The Gadfly first materialised as a provocative data performance at the Transitions Research Symposium, held at the University of Melbourne in June 2017. The figuration of Socrates-as-gadfly in the title shapes the figure of the researcher as (bothersome) questioner that provokes critical dialogue about the assumptions underpinning our own research...
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I have a teenaged son. A few months ago he came home announcing that he wanted to go to a different school. Then, after a school tour he back-flipped saying: “Mum, I can’t go to that school.” When I inquired why, he said, “I don’t like the feel of it”. And I got it. Truth be known, I didn’t like the feel of it either. So what was it about that scho...

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