• Musical Renderings

    A Dissertation by Danny Bakan (2014), The University of British Columbia, Canada. This dissertation entitled, “A Song of Songs : A/r/tography, Autoethnography, and Songwriting as Music Education Research,” is an a/r/tographic inquiry in which I explore how songs and stories about songwriting can serve as a means for theorizing new ways of conducting research in …

  • A Comic Based Research Methodology

    A Dissertation by Marta Madrid-Manrique (2014), The University of Granada, Spain. This doctoral dissertation is a research educational, artistic and social project that has the aim to explore until what extent can the creation of participatory audiovisual narratives be a means to inclusivity, what impact do these experiences have on the people involved, and what …

  • Living Poetry – A note from Carl Leggo

        When I was interviewed in March 1990 for a position in the Department of Language and Literacy Education at the University of British Columbia, I explained that I was a poet, educator, and scholar with a keen interest in promoting poetry and creative writing, and especially ways to support educational research, theory, and …

  • Performative Inquiry

    George Belliveau has been engaging in a/r/tographic research for over a decade. He is a professionally trained actor and has worked professionally in the theatre as an actor, director and playwright. He also spent 7 years as a secondary theatre and English teacher working in a variety of schools and directing a number of school …