Research Publications for Olivera Kamenarac

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  • Kamenarac, O. (2021). A conversation about preservice teacher professional identities within initial teacher education spaces and places. Early Childhood Folio, 25(1), 14-19. doi:10.18296/ecf.0090

  • Kamenarac, O. (2021). Business managers in children’s playground : Exploring a problematic (or not!) identity construction of early childhood teachers in New Zealand.. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 1-13. doi:10.1177/1463949121989362

  • Kamenarac, O. (2021). Re-thinking ways of being a teacher and doing an early childhood project: A critical examination of discourses and identities in early childhood policies and practice. In Language and Society Conference. New Zelaand.

  • Kamenarac, O. (2021). Resisting neoliberalism in early childhood education: Stories of teachers' advocacy and activism. In The 21st PECERA (Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association) International Conference. University of Victoria, Wellington, New Zealand (Virtual).

  • Kamenarac, O., & Kiri, G. (2021). Transnational conversations about teacher identities in early childhood places and spaces: Call for alliance-building, advocacy and activism. Policy Futures in Education, 19(4), 400-405. doi:10.1177/14782103211015826

  • Kamenarac, O. (2021). Strengthening advocate-activist teacher identities through initial teacher education: Challenges and possibilities. Poster session presented at the meeting of The 21st PECERA (Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association) International Conference. Conference theme: Visionary navigators: Advocating for children, families and early childhood education.. University of Victoria, Wellington, New Zealand (Virtual).

  • Kamenarac, O. (2021). Problematising constructions of ‘expert teachers’ and ‘vulnerable children’ in New Zealand Early Childhood. International Journal of Early Years Education, 1-16. doi:10.1080/09669760.2021.1892602

  • Mitchell, L., & Kamenarac, O. (2021). Refugee children and families’ positioning within resettlement and early childhood education policies in Aotearoa New Zealand. Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 1-18. doi:10.1080/1177083x.2021.1970584

  • Kamenarac, O., & Kiri, G. (2021). Transnational conversations about teacher identities in early childhood places and spaces: Call for alliance-building, advocacy and activism. Policy Futures in Education, 19(4), 400-405. doi:10.1177/14782103211015826

  • Peters, M. A., Jayne White, E., Tesar, M., Gibbons, A., Arndt, S., Rutanen, N., . . . Sturm, S. (2020). Infantologies. An EPAT collective writing project. Educational Philosophy and Theory. doi:10.1080/00131857.2020.1835648


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