D. Rousell Inhuman forms of life: On art as a problem for post-qualitative research. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education.
D. Rousell, A. Cutter-Mackenzie (2018). The Parental Milieu: Biosocial connections with nonhuman animals, technologies, and the Earth. Journal of Environmental Education. pp.1-16.
D. Rousell (2018). Doing Little Justices: Speculative propositions for an immanent environmental ethics. Environmental Education Research. pp.1-15.
DS. Rousell, F. Fell (2018). Becoming a Work of Art: Collaboration, Materiality and Posthumanism in Visual Arts Education. International Journal of Education through Art. 14(1), pp.91-110.
DS. Rousell, A. Cutter-Mackenzie, J. Foster (2017). Children of an Earth to Come: Speculative fiction, geophilosophy and climate change education research. Educational Studies. 53(6), pp.654-669.
L. McKnight, D. Rousell, J. Charteris, K. Thomas, G. Burke (2017). The invisible hand: designing curriculum in the afterward. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education.
D. Rousell (2016). Dwelling in the Anthropocene: Reimagining University Learning Environments in Response to Social and Ecological Change. Australian Journal of Environmental Education. 32(2), pp.137-153.
A. Cutcher, D. Rousell, A. Cutter-Mackenzie (2015). Findings, windings and entwinings: Cartographies of collaborative walking and encounter. International Journal of Education Through Art. 11(3), pp.449-458.
A. Cutter-Mackenzie, DS. Rousell Education for What? Shaping the field of climate change education with children and young people as co-researchers. Children's Geographies. 17(1), pp.90-104.
DS. Rousell (2015). The Cartographic Network: Re-imagining university learning environments through the methodology of immersive cartography. The UNESCO Observatory Multi-disciplinary Journal in the Arts. 5(1), pp.1-33.
D. Rousell, A. Cutcher (2014). Echoes of a Cartography: Mapping the practicum experiences of pre-service visual arts teachers in the ‘Visual Echoes’ project. Australian Art Education. 36(2), pp.69-83.
A. Cutcher, D. Rousell (2014). Collaborative Visual Mapping as Performance: Visual Arts pre-service teachers’ reflections on practicum. International Journal of Education through Art. 10(2), pp.247-254.
D. Rousell Walking with Media: Towards a mixed reality pedagogy in university learning environments. H. Schnadelbach, D. Kirke. In: People, Personal Data, and the Built Environment. Springer,
DS. Rousell, A. Cutter-Mackenzie (2019). The mesh of playing, theorising and researching in the reality of climate change: creating the co-research playspace. A. Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, K. Malone, E. Barratt-Hacking. In: Research handbook on Childhoodnature: assemblages of childhood and nature research. Springer,
DS. Rousell, A. Cutcher, P. Cook, R. Irwin (2019). Propositions for an Environmental Arts Pedagogy: A/r/tographic experimentations with movement and materiality. A. Cutter-Mackenzie, K. Malone, E. Barratt-Hacking. In: Research Handbook on Childhoodnature: Assemblage of Childhood and Nature Research. Springer,
DS. Rousell, D. Williams (2019). Ecological Aesthetics: new spaces, directions, and potentials. A. Cutter-Mackenzie, K. Malone, E. Barratt-Hacking. In: Research Handbook of Childhoodnature: Assemblages of childhood and nature research. Springer,
DS. Rousell, A. Cutter-Mackenzie (2019). Uncommon worlds: toward an ecological aesthetics of childhood in the Anthropocene. A. Cutter-Mackenzie, K. Malone, B-H. Elizabeth. In: Research Handbook on Childhoodnature: Assemblages of Childhood and Nature Research. Springer,
DS. Rousell, A. Cutcher, RI. Irwin (2018). Making-Lines: Experimenting with movement, affect and aesthetic causality through arts-based educational research. In: Embodied and walking pedagogies engaging the visual domain: Research co-creation and practice.. Common Ground Publishing,
DS. Rousell (2018). Mapping the data event: A posthumanist approach to art|education|research in a regional university. L. Knight, A. Lasczik Cutcher. In: Arts, research, education: connections and directions. Springer, pp.203-220.
D. Rousell, A. Lasczik, RL. Irwin, D. Ellis, K. Hotko, et al. Site/sight/insight: Becoming a socioecological learner through collaborative artmaking practices. A. Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, A. Laszcik, M. Logan, W. Boyd, A. Turner. In: Touchstones for Socioecological Learning: The Anthropocene, Posthumanism and Commonworlds as Creative Milieus. Palgrave Macmillan,
D. Rousell, E. de Freitas Sensor Technologies and the Future of Ethnographic Fieldwork. Stockholm University, 13/8/2018.