Jayne White, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
Michael A. Peters, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, P.R. China
Tina Besley, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, P.R. China
Anne Harris, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
Petar Jandrić, Zagreb University of Applied Sciences, Croatia
Natasa Lackovic, Lancaster University, UK.
Kirsten Locke, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Jorunn Spord Borgen, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Bergen, Norway
Sarah Pink, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Sean Sturm, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Aims & Scope
This book series develops an inter-disciplinary dialogue exploring the relationship between visualisation and pedagogy in multiple global settings to understand our identities in our contemporary world where new technologies have made the visual and moving images ubiquitous in the lives of many. It impacts on all domains of learning, education, being and becoming across the life span. The series seeks authors who can problematize the field and develop new understandings of visual cultures, visual modes of production, critiques of visuality in developing new theoretical approaches and methodologies. Contributions from educators from Early Childhood, K-12, Higher Education in all curriculum areas, artists, film-makers, scholars and practitioners are therefore welcomed from across the globe. The series complements the Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy which was established by the Association for Visual Pedagogies to promote video-oriented research concerning learning and teaching in its broadest sense.