Doctor of Philosophy University of South Australia
Excludes commercial-in-confidence projects.
Research outputs for the last seven years are shown below.
Open access indicates that an output is open access.
Gou, Y, Di Niro, C, Spasovska, E, Walker, A, Cannell, C, Clarkson, R, Nilsson, A & Levy, N 2021, 'Writing, playing, transforming: a collaborative inquiry into neoliberalism's effects on academia, and the scope for changing the game', in AL Black & R Dwyer (eds.), Reimagining the Academy: ShiFting Towards Kindness, Connection, and an Ethics of Care, Palgrave Macmillan, Switzerland, ch. 13, pp. 219-238.
Walker, A, Wain, D, Black, A & Spasovska, E 2022, 'Re-membering oceans, bodies, rhythms and breath: a collective reflection on life/work as we walk-write from different shorelines', New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, online, pp. 1-11.
Cannell, C, Spasovska, E, Gou, Y, Nilsson, A, Clarkson, R, Di Niro, C, Levy, N & Walker, A 2020, 'Doing collective biography differently by incorporating methods of narrative inquiry, poetic inquiry and performance studies into the analysis of writings-as-data', TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Programs, vol. 24, no.2, S59, pp. 1-16.
Open access 2
Di Niro, C, Walker, A, Nilsson, A, Clarkson, R, Gou, Y, Spasovska, E, Levy, N & Cannell, C 2020, 'Becoming-game: an assemblage of perspectives on challenges for early career academics in neoliberal times', TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Programs, vol. 24,no.2, S59, pp. 1-11.
Kotevska, B & Spasovska, E 2019, 'Feminist activism against the restriction of reproductive rights in the Republic of Macedonia: the campaign against the new law on abortion', Women's Studies International Forum, vol. 77, article no. 102233, pp. 1-8.
Open access 1
External engagement & recognition
|Nan Tien Institute||AUSTRALIA|
|Queen's University Belfast||UNITED KINGDOM|
|University of Adelaide||AUSTRALIA|
|University of South Australia||AUSTRALIA|
|University of the Sunshine Coast||AUSTRALIA|
Teaching & student supervision