Research Publications for Susan C (Sue) Middleton
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Middleton, S. (2017). Review Essay: Henri Lefebvre and pedagogies of revolution, emancipation and appropriation [Review of Time and the Rhythms of Emancipatory Education by M. Alhadeff-Jones and Education and the Production of Space by D. Ford]. Antipode Foundation. Retrieved from https://radicalantipode.files.wordpress.com/
Middleton, S. C. (2017). New Zealand Theosophists in New Education Networks, 1880s-1938. History of Education Review, 46(1), 42-57. doi:10.1108/HER-10-2015-0024
Middleton, S. (2016). Henri Lefebvre on education: Critique and pedagogy. Policy Futures in Education, 1-17. doi:10.1177/1478210316676001
Middleton, S. (2014). Henri Lefebvre and education
Space, history, theory. Routledge.
Middleton, S. (2012). Clare Soper’s hat: New Education Fellowship correspondence between Bloomsbury and New Zealand, 1938–1946. History of Education: Journal of the History of Education Society, 42(1), 92-114. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0046760X.2012.678889
Middleton, S. (2012). Jane's three letters: working with documents and archives. In S. Delamont, & A. Jones (Eds.), Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education (pp. 299-312). Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc..
Middleton, S. (2012). Rhythms of place: Henri Lefebvre and the history of education. In Building Books and Blackboards: Intersecting Narratives Conference. Conference held at Melbourne, Australia.
Middleton, S. (2011). Mrs Gillies' fruit cakes: New education fellowship correspondence between Bloomsbury and New Zealand, 1938-1946. In Australian and New Zealand History of Education Society Conference. Conference held at University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.
Middleton, S. (2011). Clare Soper's hat: New education fellowship correspondence between Bloomsbury and New Zealand, 1938-1946. In New Zealand Historical Association Conference: Past Tensions: Reflections on Making History. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Middleton, S. (2011). [Review of Reimagining the subject of feminism: Six women artists by Maria Tamboukou]. Emotion, Space and Society, 4, 197-199. Retrieved from doi:%2010.1016/j.emospa.2011.02.003