Lew Zipin
Lew Zipin
Extraordinary Prof Stellenbosch U; Sr Rsch Fellow U of S Australia; Hon Fellow Victoria U
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Dark funds of knowledge, deep funds of pedagogy: Exploring boundaries between lifeworlds and schools
L Zipin
Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education 30 (3), 317-331, 2009
Educating for futures in marginalized regions: A sociological framework for rethinking and researching aspirations
L Zipin, S Sellar, M Brennan, T Gale
Educational philosophy and theory 47 (3), 227-246, 2015
Reimagining the new pedagogical possibilities for universities post-Covid-19: An EPAT Collective Project
MA Peters, F Rizvi, G McCulloch, P Gibbs, R Gorur, M Hong, Y Hwang, ...
Educational Philosophy and Theory 54 (6), 717-760, 2022
Countering and exceeding ‘capital’: A ‘funds of knowledge’approach to re-imagining community
L Zipin, S Sellar, R Hattam
Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education 33 (2), 179-192, 2012
The suppression of ethical dispositions through managerial governmentality: A habitus crisis in Australian higher education
L Zipin, M Brennan
Int. J. Leadership in Education 6 (4), 351-370, 2003
Can social realism do social justice? Debating the warrants for curriculum knowledge selection
L Zipin, A Fataar, M Brennan
Education as Change 19 (2), 9-36, 2015
Researching for social justice: Contextual, conceptual and methodological challenges
R Hattam, M Brennan, L Zipin, B Comber
Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 30 (3), 303-316, 2009
Negotiating university ‘equity’from Indigenous standpoints: a shaky bridge
T Bunda, L Zipin, M Brennan
International Journal of Inclusive Education 16 (9), 941-957, 2012
Repositioning university governance and academic work: An overview
J Blackmore, M Brennan, L Zipin
Re-positioning university governance and academic work, 1-16, 2010
Engaging middle years learners by making their communities curricular: A Funds of Knowledge approach
L Zipin
Curriculum perspectives 33 (3), 1-12, 2013
Meeting Literacy Needs of Pre‐service Cohorts: Ethical dilemmas for socially just teacher educators
L Zipin, M Brennan
Asia‐Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 34 (3), 333-351, 2006
Alternative Education Provision: A dumping ground for 'wasted lives' or a challenge to the mainstream?
M Mills, P Renshaw, L Zipin
Social Alternatives 32 (2), 13, 2013
Pursuing a problematic-based curriculum approach for the sake of social justice
L Zipin
Journal of Education, 67-92, 2017
Conjuring optimism in dark times: Education, affect and human capital
S Sellar, L Zipin
Educational Philosophy and Theory 51 (6), 572-586, 2019
Looking for sentient life in discursive practices: The question of human agency in critical theories and school research
L Zipin
Foucault’s Challenge: Discourse, Knowledge, and Power in Education. New York …, 1998
Towards pedagogical justice
R Hattam, L Zipin
Discourse: Studies in the cultural Politics of Education 30 (3), 297-301, 2009
A justice-oriented citizenship education: Making community curricular
L Zipin, A Reid
The SAGE handbook of education for citizenship and democracy, 533-544, 2008
Lost in production: The erasure of the teacher educator in Australian university job advertisements
J Nuttall, M Brennan, L Zipin, K Tuinamuana, L Cameron
Journal of Education for Teaching 39 (3), 329-343, 2013
The Australian curriculum: Promises, problems and possibilities
A Reid, D Price, A Scarino, B Doecke, LML Davies, W Sawyer, D Corrigan, ...
Australian Curriculum Studies Association, 2018
The contemporary challenge of activism as curriculum work
M Brennan, E Mayes, L Zipin
Journal of Educational Administration and History 54 (3), 319-333, 2022
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