ABER Bibliography

 

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Aalten, A. (1997). Performing the body, creating culture, In K. Davis (Ed.), Embodied practices: Feminist perspectives on the body (pp. 41-58). London: Sage publications.

Abbs, P. (1989). Aa is for aesthetic. London: Falmer Press.

Ackroyd, J. (2006). Research methodologies for drama education. Stoke on Trent, UK: Trentham Books.

Adams, L. S. (1996). The methodologies of art: An introduction. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Alexander, E. (Ed.) (1998). Footnotes: Six choreographers inscribe the page. Amsterdam: G+B Arts International.

Allen, P. (1995). Art is a way of knowing. Boston, MA: Shambala Press.

Allender, J. S. (1991). Imagery in teaching and learning: An autobiography of research in four world views. New York: Praeger.

Andersson, E. (2009). Fine science and social arts-on common grounds and necessary boundaries of two ways to produce meaning. Art & Research, 2(2). LINK

Angrossino, M. V. (2002). Babaji and me: Reflections on a fictional ethnography. In Arthur P. Bochner & C. Ellis (Eds.), Ethnographically speaking: Autoethnography, literature and aesthetics (pp.327-335). Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press.

Atkinson, D. (2011). Art, equality and learning: Pedagogies against the state. Rotterdam: Sense.

Atksinson, P. (1992). Understanding ethnographic texts. Newbury park: Sage Publications.

Bach, H. (1998). A visual narrative concerning curriculum, girls, photography, etc. Edmonton, Alberta: Qual Institute Press.

Bachelard, G. (1964). The poetics of space. (M. Jolas, Trans.). Boston: Beacon Press.

Baer, S. A. (2013). A Journey of trust: Navigating aesthetic experience in a pre-service classroom. UNESCO Observatory Multi-Disciplinary Journal in the Arts, 3(1). LINK

Bagley, C. & Cancienne, M. B. (Eds.). (2002). Dancing the data. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Inc.

Bakan, D. (2013). This is the beauty: song as a/r/tographical exploration. UNESCO Observatory Multi-Disciplinary Journal in the Arts, 3(2). LINK

Baker, S., Buckley, B., & Kett, G. (2009). Creative Arts PhD: Future-proofing the creative arts in higher education. Australian Learning and Teaching Council.

Bakhtin, M. M. (1981). The dialogic imagination. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.

Baldacchino, J. (2009a). Opening the picture: On the political responsibility of arts-based research: A review essay. International Journal of Education and the Arts, 10(3), 2-15.

Baldacchino, J. (2009b). Education beyond education: Self and the imaginary in Maxine Greene philosophy. New York: Peter Lang.

Balfour, M., & Somers, J. (Eds.). (2006). Drama as social intervention. Concord, ON: Captus Press.

Ball, M. S., & Smith, G.W.H. (1992). Analyzing visual data. Qualitative Research Methods Series, 24. London: Sage Publications.

Banks, M. (1998). Visual anthropology: Image, object and interpretation. In J. Prosser (Ed.), Image-based research: A sourcebook for qualitative researchers (pp. 9-23). London: Falmer.

Banks, M. (2001). Visual methods in social research. London: Sage.

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Banks, M. (2008). Using visual data in qualitative research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

 

Banks, A., & Banks, S. (Eds.). (1998). Fiction & social research: By ice or fire. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press.

Banks, M., & Morphy, H. (Eds.). (1997). Rethinking visual anthropology. London, UK / New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Barney, D. T. (2013). What saved me. UNESCO Observatory Multi-Disciplinary Journal in the Arts, 3(1). LINK

Barney, D. T., & Hoiland, A. M. (2012). The billboard poetry project. Visual Arts Research, 38(2), 39-40. LINK

Barone, T. E. (1990). Using the Narrative Text as an Occasion for Conspiracy. In E. W. Eisner & A. Peshkin (Eds.), Qualitative Inquiry in Education (pp. 305-326). New York: Teachers College Press.

Barone, T. (1992). On the Demise of Subjectivity. Curriculum Inquiry, 22(1), 25-38.

Barone, T (2000). Aesthetics, politics, educational inquiries: Essays and examples. New York: Peter Lang.

Barone, T. (2001). Science, art, and the predisposition of educational researchers. Educational Researcher, 30(7), 24-29.

Barone, T. (2006a) (Ed.). Arts-based research in art education. Studies in Art Education. 48(1), 4-128.

Barone, T. (2006b). Arts-based educational research then, now, and later. Studies in Art Education, 48(1), 4-8.

Barone, T. (2008). How are arts-based research can change minds. In M. Cahnmann-Taylor & R. Siegesmund (Eds.), Arts-based research in education: Foundations for practice (pp. 28-49). New York: Routledge.

Barone, T., & Eisner, E. (1997). Arts based educational research. In R. M. Jaeger (Ed.), Complementary methods for research in education (2nd ed., pp. 72-116). Washington, DC: American Educational Research Association.

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Barone, T., & Eisner, E. (2011). Arts based research. Los Angeles: Sage.

 

 

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Barrett, E., & Bolt, B. (Eds.). (2007). Practice as research: Approaches to creative arts inquiry. London: I.B. Tauris.

 

 

Barry, D. (1996). Artful inquiry: A symbolic constructivist approach to social science research. Qualitative Inquiry, 2(4), 411-438.

Barthes, R. (1985). The responsibility of forms: Critical essays on music, art, and representation. New York: Hill and Wang.

Barthes, R. (1977a). Death of the author. In Image, music, text (S. Heath, Trans.), (pp. 142-148). New York: Hill and Wang.

Barthes, R. (1977b). Image, music, text (S. Heath, Trans.). New York: Hill and Wang.

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Barthes, R. (1981). Camera lucida : Reflections on photography. New York: Hill and Wang.

 

 

 

Barthes, R. (1982). A Barthes reader. New York: Hill and Wang.

Barton, G., Baguley, M., & MacDonald, A. (2013). Seeing the bigger picture: Investigating the state of the arts in teacher education programs in Australia. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(7), 75-90. LINK

Baskwill, J. (2001). Performing our research and our work: Women principals on stage. In L. Neilsen, A. L. Cole, & J. G. Knowles (Eds.), The art of inquiry. Halifax: Backalong Books.

Bataille, G. (1985). Visions of excess: Selected writings, 1927-1939 (A. Stoekl, Ed. & Trans.). Minneapolis: University of Minneapolis Press.

Baxter, K., Lopez, H., Lopez, O., Serig, D., & Sullivan, G. (2008). The necessity of studio art as a site and source for dissertation research. International Journal of Art and Design Education, 27(1), 4-18.

Beare, D. (2009). A/r/tography, secondary theatre teaching, and the theatre of possibilities project. Youth Theatre Journal, 23(2), 162-175.

Beare, D., & Belliveau, G. (2007). Theatre for positive youth development: A model for collaborative play-creating. Applied Theatre Researcher, Vol. 7, 1-20.

Beare, D., & Belliveau, G. (2008). Dialoguing scripted data. In S. Springgay, R. Irwin, C. Leggo, & P. Gouzouasis (Eds.), Being with a/r/tography (pp. 141-149). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Beck, J., Belliveau, G., Wager, A., & Lea, G. (2011). Delineating a spectrum of research-based theatre. Qualitative Inquiry, 17(8), 687-700.

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Becker, C. (Ed.). (1994). The subversive imagination: Artists, society and social responsibility. New York & London: Routledge.

 

 

 

Becker, C. (1996). Zones of contention: Essays on art, institutions, gender, and anxiety. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Becker, H. S. (1998). Visual sociology, documentary photography and photojournalism: It’s (almost) all a matter of context. In J. Prosser (Ed.), Image based research: A sourcebook for qualitative researchers (pp. 84-96). London, UK: The Falmer Press.

Beer, R., Irwin, R. L., Grauer, K. & Xiong, G. (2010). Research and creation: Socially-engaged art in The City of Richgate project. Journal of the International Society for Education through Art, 6(2), 213-227.

Beer, R., Irwin, R. L., Grauer, K., Xiong, G., Bickel, B. & Springgay, S. (2006). Interstitial spaces: In-between research and creation; The City of Richgate. InSEA World Congress 2006, ‘Interdisciplinary Dialogues in Arts Education’ Congress Proceedings. Viseu, Portugal, March (5 pgs).

Behar, R. (1996). The vulnerable observer: Anthropology that breaks your heart. Boston, MA: Beacon Press.

Behar. R., & Gordon, D. A. (Eds.). (1995). Women writing culture. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Beittel, K. R. (1973). Alternatives for art education research: Inquiry into the making of art. Dubuque, IA: Brown.

Belliveau, G. (2002a). Glace Bay to Hollywood: A political journey. Theatre Research in Canada, 22(1), 46-57.

Belliveau, G. (2002b). Paul Ledoux’s Anne: A journey from page to stage. In I. Gammel (Ed.), Making Avonlea: L.M. Montgomery and popular culture (pp. 201-215). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Belliveau, G. (2003a). Daddy on trial: Sharon Pollock’s New Brunswick plays. Theatre Research in Canada, 22(2), 161-172.

Belliveau, G. (2003b). Remembering our past: Investigating British Columbia’s history in The Komagata Maru Incident and The Hope Slide. B.C. Studies, 137, 93-106.

Belliveau, G. (2003c). Les arts dramatiques pour étudier la déportation Acadienne en immersion française. Canadian Modern Language Review, 59(3), 441-453.

Belliveau, G. (2004a). Managing to keep going … Drama education on Prince Edward Island. Canadian Drama Mosaic, 26-29.

Belliveau, G. (2004b). Exploring Acadian history using arts-based teaching. Port Acadie, 5, 25-38.

Belliveau, G. (2004c). Pre-service teachers engage in collective drama. English Quarterly, 35(3), 1-6.

Belliveau, G. (2005a). An arts-based approach to teach social justice: Drama as a way to address bullying in schools. International Journal of Arts Education, 3, 136-165.

Belliveau, G. (2005b). An arts-based approach to teach social justice: Drama as a way to address bullying in schools (Mandarin Translation). International Journal of Arts Education, 3, 166-189.

Belliveau, G. (2005c). Mining and community: Using the arts as a way of knowing. English Quarterly, 37(1), 1-7.

Belliveau, G. (2006a). Using drama to achieve social justice: Anti-bullying project in elementary schools. Universal Mosaic of Drama and Theatre – IDEA Publications, 5, 325-336.

Belliveau, G. (2006b). Engaging in Drama: Using arts-based research to explore a social justice project in teacher education. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 7(5). LINK

Belliveau, G. (2006c). Performed research: Exploring an anti-bullying drama project in teacher education. Creative Arts in Health, Training and Education Research Journal, June 2, 9-11.

Belliveau, G. (2007a). An alternative model for teaching and learning. Canadian Journal of Education, 30(1), 47-67.

Belliveau, G. (2007b). Ça bouge: Le théâtre de Moncton Sable. Theatre Research in Canada, 26(2), 114-129.

Belliveau, G. (2007c). Dramatizing the data: An ethnodramatic exploration of a playbuilding process. Arts & Learning Research Journal, 23(1), 31-51.

Belliveau, G. (2008a). Theatre and bullying: Increasing awareness about bullying and victimization. In S.Hymel, S. Swearer, & P. Gillette (Eds.), Bullying at School and Online, a special invited issue of Education.com. LINK

Belliveau, G. (2008b). You didn’t do anything: A research play on bullying. Educational Insights, 12(2). LINK

Belliveau, G. (2009). Elementary students and Shakespeare: Inspiring community and learning. International Journal of the Arts in Society, 4(2), 1-8.

Belliveau, G. (2012). Shakespeare and literacy: A case study in a primary classroom. Journal of Social Sciences, 8(2), 170-177.

Belliveau, G. (In Press). Engaging secondary students through drama. In C. Leggo, K. James, & T. Dobson (Eds.), English in middle and secondary classrooms: Creative and critical advice from Canada’s teacher educators. Pearson Educational Press.

Belliveau, G., & Beare, D. (2007). Theatre for positive youth development: A model for collaborative play-creating. Applied Theatre Researcher Vol. 7. LINK

Belliveau, G., & Beare, D. (2008). Dialoguing scripted data. In S. Springgay, R. L. Irwin, C. Leggo & P. Gouzouasis (Eds.), Being with A/r/tography (pp. 141-152). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Belliveau, G., & Lea, G. (2010). TheaterPEI: The emergence and development of a local theatre. In L. Burnett (Ed.), Theatre in Atlantic Canada: Critical perspectives on Canadian theatre in English (pp.146-159). Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press.

Belliveau, G., & Lea, G. (2011) Research-based theatre in education. In S. Schonmann (Ed.), Key concepts in theatre drama education (pp. 332-338). Sense Publishers.

Belliveau, G., Medina, C. & Weltsek, G. (2008). Reflective practices in drama teacher preparation. Theatre Research in Canada, 28(2), 130-143.

Belliveau, G. (with Weale, J. & Lea, G.). (2007). TheaterPEI: The emergence and development of a local theatre. Theatre Research in Canada, 26(1), 64-81.

Belliveau, G., & White,V. (2010). Performer and audience responses to ethnotheatre: Exploring conflict and social justice. ArtsPraxis Research Journal, 2, 22-36. LINK

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Bennett, J. (2005). Empathic vision: Affect, trauma, and contemporary art. Stanford University Press.

 

 

Berard, M. F. (2013). Preparing a gallery talk as lived inquiry: Exploring the spaces in-between knowledge in art museum education. UNESCO Observatory Multi-Disciplinary Journal in the Arts, 3(1). LINK

Berger, J. (1972). Ways of seeing. London: Penguin Books, ltd.

Berger, J., & Mohr, J. (1982). Another way of telling. New York, NY: Pantheon.

Berleant, A. (1997). Living in the landscape. Kansas City, KN: University Press of Kansas.

Berridge, A. M. (2006). Re-picturing my life/tissue. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Canberra, Australia. LINK

Berry, G., & Reinbold, J. (1985). Collective creation. Edmonton: AADAC.

Berry, K. (2000). The dramatic arts and cultural studies: Acting against the grain. New York: Falmer Press.

Betterton, R. (1996). An intimate distance: Women, artists and the body. London & New York: Routledge.

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Bial, H. (Ed.). (2007). The performance studies reader (2nd ed). New York: Routledge.

 

 

Bickel, B. (2004). From artist to a/r/tographer: An autoethnographic ritual inquiry into writing on the body. Unpublished master’s thesis. Vancouver, BC: The University of British Columbia.

Bickel, B. (2005a). From artist to a/r/tographer; An autoethnographic ritual inquiry into writing on the body. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy 2(2), 8-17. LINK

Bickel, B. (2005b). Embracing the arational through art, ritual and the body. Proceedings of the third international conference on imagination and education. Imagination Education Research Group (Simon Fraser University), Vancouver: Canada. LINK

Bickel, B. (2006). Crossing the waterline: A ritual inquiry. In K. Keifer-Boyd & D. Smith-Shank (Eds.), Visual Culture and Gender, 1(1), 86-91. LINK

Bickel, B. (2007). Embodying exile: Performing the “curricular” body. In D. Freedman & S. Springgay (Eds.), Curriculum and the Cultural Body (pp. 203-216). NY: Peter Lang. LINK

Bickel, B. (2008a). Her divine countenance. Perspectives, 24(2), p.8. LINK

Bickel, B. (2008b). Who will read this body? A/r/tographic statement. In M. Cahnmann & R.Siegesmund (Eds.), Arts-based inquiry in diverse learning communities: Foundations for practice. Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Bickel, B. (2008c). Writing the body/resistance/endurance: An a/r/tographical inquiry. Educational Insights, 12(2). LINK

Bickel, B. (2008d). Unveiling a sacred aesthetic: A/r/tography as ritual. In S. Springgay, R.L. Irwin, C. Leggo, & P. Gouzouasis, (Eds.), Being with a/r/tography (pp. 81-94). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. LINK

Bickel, B. (2010). Living the divine spiritually and politically. International Journal for Education in the Arts, 11(1), 1-27. LINK

Bickel, B. (2012). Decolonizing the divine through co-A/r/tographic praxis in matrixial borderspaces. Visual Arts Research, 38(2) 112-125. LINK

Bickel, B., & Fisher, R. M. (1993). Opening doors; A guide to spontaneous creation-making. Calgary AB: In Search of Fearlessness Research Institute.

Bickel, B., & Fisher, V. (2005). Awakening the divine feminine: A Stepmother-daughter collaborative journey through art making & ritual. Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering, 7(1), 52-67. LINK

Bickel, B., & Gradle, S. (2010). The unfolding inner teacher: Applying holistic ideas from Beittel & Schaefer-Simmern. Journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies. LINK

Bickel, B., & Hugill, T. (2011). Re/turning to Her: An A/r/tographic ritual inquiry. Visual Culture and Gender, 6(1). LINK

Bickel, B., & Jordan, N. A. (2009). Labyrinths as ritual art: A pedagogy of inquiry/witnessing/listening to the sacred. Educational insights, 13(2). LINK

Bickel, B., McConachy, M., & Jordan, N. A. (2011). Gestating art in the matrixial labyrinth. Journal of the Motherhood Initiative, 2(1). LINK

Bickel, B., & Rose, I. (2011). Wom(b)en soundings. Women and Language 34(2). 157 [p.1-26online] LINK

Bickel, B., Springgay, S., Beer, R., Irwin, R. L., Grauer, K., & Xiong, G. (2010). A/r/tographic collaboration as radical relationality. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 10(1), 86-102. LINK

Bickel, B., Triggs, V., Springgay, S., Irwin, R. L., Grauer, K., Xiong, G., Beer, R., & Sameshima, P. (2007). Transforming public spaces through community-engaged art. Amerasia Journal, 33(2), 115-124. LINK

Biggs, M. (2003). The role of the work in research. Paper Presentation at the PARIP National Conference: 11-14 September. LINK

Biggs, M., & Büchler, D. (2008). Architectural practice and academic research. Nordic Journal of Architectural Research, 20(1), 83-94.

Biggs, M., & Büchler, D. (2008). Eight criteria for practice-based research in the creative and cultural industries. Art, Design and Communication in Higher Education, 7(1), 5-18.

Biggs, M., & Büchler, D. (2012). Research into practice and A/r/tography: A study of kinship. Visual Arts Research, 38(2), 28-38. LINK

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Biggs, M., & H. Karlsson (Eds.). (2011). The Routledge companion to research in the arts. London: Routledge.

 

 

Bishop, C. (2004). Antagonism and relational aesthetics. October, 110, 51-79.

Bishop, C. (2006). The social turn: Collaboration and its discontents. Artforum, 179-185.

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Bishop, C. (2012). Artificial hells: Participatory art and the politics of spectatorship. London, UK: Verso.

 

 

 

Black, A. (2011). Making meaning with narrative shapes: What arts-based research methods offer educational practitioners and researchers. Studies in Learning, Evaluation, Innovation and Development, 8(2), 67-82.

Black, A. (2012, November). Connecting within and picturing self: Privileging the frontline through aesthetic inquiry. In Proceeding of 2012. Paper presented at the joint International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) and the Asia Pacific Educational Research Association (APERA).

Black, A. (2016, June). I am Keith Wright’s daughter: Writing things I ‘almost’ cannot say. Life Writing.

Blom, L. A., & Chaplin, L. (1988). The moment of movement: Dance improvisation. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Blumenfeld-Jones, D. S. (1995). Dance as a mode of research representation. Qualitative Inquiry, 1(4), 391-401.

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Blumenfeld-Jones, D. S. (2012). Curriculum and the aesthetic life: Hermeneutics, body, democracy, and ethics in curriculum theory and practice. NY: Peter Lang.

 

 

Blumenfeld-Jones, D. S. (2014). How can ABER serve the public good? A critical Brechtian perspective. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 15(2). LINK 

Boal, A. (1979). Theatre of the oppressed (C. McBride & M. McBride, Trans.). London: Pluto Press. (Original work published in 1974)

Boal, A. (2006). Aesthetics of the oppressed. New York: Routledge.

Bochner, A. P., & Ellis, C. (Eds.). (2002) Ethnographically speaking: Autoethnography, literature and aesthetics. Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press.

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Bolt, B. (2011). Art-as-research, In Heidegger Reframed (pp. 138-158). NY: IB Taurus.

 

 

Bolton, G. (1996). Drama as research. In P. Taylor (Ed.), Researching drama and arts education: Paradigms & possibilities (pp. 187-194). Washington: The Falmer Press.

Bonner, F., Goodman, L., Allen, R., Janes, L. & King, C. (Eds.). (1995). Imaging women: Cultural representations and gender. Cambridge. UK: Polity Press.

Borhani, M. T. (2013). Riding the bus, writing on the bus: A self in transition. UNESCO Observatory Multi-Disciplinary Journal in the Arts, 3(2). LINK

Bottorff, J. (1994) Using videotaped recordings in qualitative research. In J. M. Morse (Ed.), Critical issues in qualitative research methods (pp. 244-261). Thousand Oaks: SAGE Publications.

Boulton-Funke, A. (2014). A critique and a proposal: A/r/tography and arts-based research as a methodology of intuitiion. Visual Inquiry, 3(2), 207-221.

Boulton-Funke, A. (2014). Narrative form and Yam Lau’s Room: The encounter in arts based research. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 15(7). LINK

Boulton-Funke, A., Irwin, R. L., LeBlanc, N., & May, H. (in press). Interventions and intraventions of practice based research. In P. Burnard, E. MacKinlay & K. Powell (Eds.), Routledge handbook of intercultural arts research. New York, NY: Routledge.

Bournot-Trites, M., Belliveau, G., Séror, J. & Spiliotopoulos, V. (2007). The role of drama on cultural sensitivity, motivation and literacy in a second language context. Learning through the Arts Research Journal, 3(1). LINK

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Bourriaud, N. (2002a). Relational aesthetics. (S. Pleasance & F. Woods, Trans.). Dijon, France: Les presses du reel. (Original work published 1998).

 

 

Bourriaud, N. (2002b). Postproduction: Culture as screenplay: How art reprograms the world. New York: Has & Sternberg.

Bourriaud, N. (2009). The Radicant. New York: Lukas & Sternberg.

Boydell, K. M. (2011). Making sense of collective events: the co-creation of a research-based dance. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum Qualitative Social Research, 12(1). LINK

Brakhage, S. (1978). Metaphors on vision. In P. Adams Sitney (Ed.), A reader of theory and criticism (pp. 120-128). NY: Anthology Film Archives.

Braden, S. (1996). Video work with communities. Anthropology in Action, 3(1).

Brady, I. (2008). Poetics for a planet: Discourse on some problems of being-in-place. In N. K. Denzin & Y. S. Lincoln (Eds.), Collecting and Interpreting Qualitative Materials (pp. 501-564). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Brand, P. Z., & Korsmeyer, C. (Eds.). (1995). Feminism and tradition in aesthetics. Pennsylvania: Penn State Press.

Bresler, L. (1995). A symposium on arts, knowledge, and education. Educational Theory, 45(1), p. 1084.

Bresler, L. (2005a). What musicianship can teach educational research. Music Education Research, 7(2), 169-183.

Bresler, L. (2005b). Visual and performing arts: A chapter of the curriculum handbook. Alexandria, Virginia: Association for supervision and curriculum development.

Bresler, L. (2006). Toward connectedness: Aesthetically based research. Studies in Art Education, 48(1), 52-69.

Bresler, L. (Ed.). (2007). International handbook of research in arts education. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer.

Bresler, L. (2008a). Music and qualitative research. In L. M. Given (Ed.), The Sage Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods (vol. 2, pp. 534‐537). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Bresler, L. (2008b). The lived performance of scholarship: Shared structures and ethos in music research. In L. Thompson (Ed.), Diverse Methodologies in the Study of music teaching and Learning (pp. 1‐21). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Bresler, L. (2010). Aesthetic education research. In C. Kridel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of curriculum studies (vol.1, pp. 10-16). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Bresler, L., & Latta, M. (2008). Aesthetics and qualitative research. In L. M. Given (Ed.), The Sage encyclopedia of qualitative research methods (vol. 2, pp. 11‐14). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Bresler, L., & Stake, R. (2006). Qualitative research methodology in music education. In R. Colwell (Ed.), MENC handbook of research methodologies (pp. 270‐311). New York: Oxford University Press.

Brien, D. L. (2006). Creative practice as research: A creative writing case study. Media International Australia, 118, 53-59.

Britzman, D. P. (2001). The arts of inquiry. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 17(1), 9-26.

Brown, B. (1999). Lost bodies and wild imaginations: Expressing the forbidden tales of childhood sexual abuse through artful inquiry. Unpublished doctoral thesis, Toronto, ON: University of Toronto.

Brown, N. (2003). Art as practice of research. Proceedings of the 31st InSEA World Congress: InSea Member Presentations Papers and Workshops, New York: The Centre for International Art Education, Inc., Teachers College Columbia University.

Brown, K. & Gillespie, D. (1997). “We become brave by doing brave acts”; Teaching moral courage through theatre of the oppressed. Literature & Medicine, (16), 108-120.

Bruner, E. M. (Ed.). (1984). Text, play, and story: The construction and reconstruction of self and society. Washington: The American Ethnological Society.

Bulllough, R. V., Jr. & Pinnegar, S. (2001). Guidelines for quality in autobiographical forms of self-study. Educational Researcher, 30(3), 13-21.

Burdick, J., Sandlin, J. A. & Daspit, T. (Eds.). (2009). Complicated conversations and confirmed commitments: Revitalizing education for democracy. Troy, NY: Educator, International Press.

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Burnard, P., MacKinlay, E., & Powell, K. (Eds.). (2016). Routledge handbook of intercultural arts research. New York, NY: Routledge.

 

 

Butler, J. (1990). Performative act and gender constitution. In S. E. Case (Ed.), Performing feminisms, feminist critical theory and theatre (pp. 270-283). Baltimore Johns Hopkins University Press.

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Butler, J. (2009). Frames of war: When is life grievable? London & New York: Verso.

 

 

 

Butler-Kisber, L. (2001). Whispering angels: Revisiting dissertation data with a new lens. Journal of Critical Inquiry into Curriculum and Instruction, 2(3), 34-37.

Butler-Kisber, L. B. (2010). Qualitative inquiry: Thematic, narrative and arts- informed perspectives. UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Butler-Kisber, L., & Borgerson, J. (1998). Alternative representation in qualitative inquiry: A student/instructor retrospective. Resources in Education, 33(11), 142.

Buttignol, M. (1998). Colouring outside the lines: Transformative experiences of creativity and teacher self(ves). Unpublished PhD thesis: OISE/University of Toronto.

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