Research Publications for Lisa (lisahunter) Hunter

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  • Rossi, T., Hunter, L., Christensen, E., & Macdonald, D. (2015). Workplace learning in physical education: Emerging teachers' stories from the staffroom and beyond. Oxon, London: Routledge. Retrieved from

  • lisahunter., Smith, W., & Emerald, E. (2015). Pierre Bourdieu and his conceptual tools. In lisahunter, W. Smith, & E. Emerald (Eds.), Pierre Bourdieu and physical culture (pp. 3-23). Oxon, England: Routlegde.

  • lisahunter., Emerald, E., & Smith, W. (2015). Continuing to work with, against and beyond Bourdieu. In lisahunter, W. Smith, & E. Emerald (Eds.), Pierre Bourdieu and physical culture (pp. 177-180). Routledge.

  • lisahunter. (2015). Pedagogical practices challenging the violences of sex, gender, and sexuality: A review of Acting Out!. Journal of LGBT Youth, 12(3), 356-360. doi:10.1080/19361653.2015.1040191

  • Dagkas, S., & Hunter, L. (2015). ‘Racialised’ pedagogic practices influencing young Muslims' physical culture. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy. doi:10.1080/17408989.2015.1048210

  • lisahunter. (2015). (Re)producing difference: the pedagogy of graphic narratives for critical visual literacy. Pedagogy, Culture & Society, 1-5. doi:10.1080/14681366.2015.1099832

  • lisahunter., Futter-Puati, D., & Kelly, J. (2015). Pulling the monstrosity of (hetro)normativity out of the closet: Teacher education as a problem and an answer. In A. C. Gunn, & L. A. Smith (Eds.), Sexual Cultures in Aotearoa/New Zealand Education (pp. 209-225). Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press.

  • Hunter, L. (2015). (A)dressing the long and short of performance surfing: Body pedagogies in a posthumanist tightening of patriarchal threads. In Waikato Gender Research Network (WGRN) Mini-Paper Symposium 2015.

  • lisahunter. (2015). Seaspaces: Surfing the sea as pedagogy of self. In M. Brown, & B. Humberstone (Eds.), Seascapes: Shaped by the Sea (pp. 41-54). Surrey, England: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd..

  • Hunter, L. (2015). Success after (dis)continuous transfer? (Re)imaginative praxis for pedagogy, curriculum and assessment. In S. Groundwater-Smith, & N. Mockler (Eds.), Big Fish, Little Fish Teaching and Learning in the Middle Years (pp. 44-62). Melbourne, Vic, Australia: Cambridge University Press.

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