Journal of Public Pedagogies Special Issue

Journal of Public Pedagogies, Number 4, 2019

ISSN  2207-4422

Guest edited by: WalkingLab

Public Pedagogies Institute


Walking in/as Publics: Editors Introduction 

Stephanie Springgay
University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

Sarah E. Truman
University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia 


Walking Contemporary Indigenous Songlines as
Public Pedagogies of Country 

Margaret Somerville
Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia

Leanne Tobin
Darug artist and singer/songwriter

Jacinta Tobin
Darug language teacher, musician and singer/songwriter 

Whitefellas (From the book Walk Back Over

Jeanine Leane
University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia 

Walking Borders, Risk and Belonging 

Maggie O’Neill
University College Cork, Cork Ireland

Ismail Einashe
Journalist and Cambridge University, Cambridge England 

Walking the Places of Exception: The Tule Lake National Monument 

Cathlin Goulding
9/11 Memorial & Museum and New York University, New York, The United States of America 

Being-in-the-Breathable: An Annotated Walk 

Robert Bean and Barbara Lounder
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Canada 

The Pedagogy of Pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago Written into Performance 

Sarah Peters
Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia 

Cripistemologies in the City: ‘Walking-Together’ as Sense-Making 

Eliza Chandler
Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada

Megan Johnson
York University, Toronto, Canada

Becky Gold
York University, Toronto, Canada

Carla Rice
University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada

Alex Bulmer
Artist in Residence/University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada 

‘What could be Feminist about Sound Studies?’: (in)Audibility in Young Children’s Soundwalking 

David Ben Shannon
Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester England 

Pedestrian Pedagogy: The Walking Library for Women Walking 

Dee Heddon
University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland 

Misha Myers
Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia 

Queering Pride: Walking Towards a Queer Future in Ireland 

Georgina Perryman
Maynooth University, Dublin Ireland 

Postcards from the Underground 

Astrida Neimanis
University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia 

Perdita Phillips
Independent Artist, Perth, Australia 

SaltWalks: Vancouver, Nanaimo, Toronto 

Randy Lee Cutler
Emily Carr University, Vancouver, Canada 

Speculative Harbouring: Wading into Critical Pedagogy and Practices of Care 

Susanne Pratt
University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia 

Kate Johnston
The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia 

Walking-with Children on Blasted Landscapes 

Karen Malone
Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia 

Weather Wanderings 

Mindy Blaise
Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia 

Tonya Rooney
Australian Catholic University, Perth, Australia

Jo Pollitt
Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia 

Walking at Midnight: Women and Danger on Delhi’s Streets 

Swati Arora
University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa 

‘Why Do You Need to Know That?’ Slipstream Movements and Mapping ‘Otherwise’ in Tkaronto

Karyn Recollet and Jon Johnson
University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada 

Walking as Precarious Public Pedagogy 

Kimberly Powell
Pennsylvania State University, State College, United States of America 

The School of Site: Istanbul Walkabouts 

Nazi Tümerdem
ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland 

Walking Brooklyn’s Redline: A Journey through the Geography of Race 

Walis Johnson
Artist, Brooklyn, New York, United States of America 

Inefficient mapping: the ethical wayfinding potential of drawing while walking 

Linda Knight
RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia 

Walking Methodologies with/in Teacher Education

Asilia Franklin-Phipps
The Graduate Centre, CUNY, New York 

Tristan Gleason
Moravian College, Bethlehem The United States of America 

Why Walking the Common is more than a Walk in the Park 

Nike Romano
Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town South Africa 

Veronica Mitchell
University of the Western Cape, Cape Town South Africa 

Vivienne Bozalek
University of the Western Cape, Cape Town South Africa 

A Hijab, A Dog, and Many Histories: Wonders of Intersectional Assemblage in Memphis

Wesam M. Salem, Leslee Bailey-Tarbett, and
Susan Naomi Nordstrom
University of Memphis, Memphis, United States of America