Special Issue – Critical perspectives on teaching in the multilingual university

We are very pleased at the publication of a special issue on Critical perspectives on teaching in the multilingual university for the journal Teaching in Higher Education. You can read our Editorial here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13562517.2022.2058295?src= In the call for papers, just over a year ago, we targeted a global audience of […]

Artefactual literacies & heritage

Some literacy researchers refer to artefactual literacy as the study of literacy practices embedded in material cultural objects. Literacy practices that are connected to objects and physical experience are often key to heritage, in this case a fan that is used within a traditional tea ceremony. According to Dr Naoki Yamamoto, […]

Quranic script and stone carving

The practice of stone carving is an important part of Chinese history, art, and culture, and likely one of mankind’s oldest crafts. This video presents a fascinating confluence of stone carving and traditional Islamic calligraphy. The video shows how Wang Fengtong [王凤桐], along with three generations of his family, carved […]

Paper on Indonesian academics

I have a new paper now published in the International Journal of Educational Research. It is co-authored by Dr Udi Samanhudi (UNTIRTA, Indonesia), relates to writing and knowledge production in the Indonesian university context, and thereby builds on my prior work in this area of interest. The paper […]

New book out

I am excited to announce that our book The Epistemology of Deceit in a Postdigital Era: Dupery by Design is now out, published by Springer as part of the new Postdigital Science & Education book series. Above is my introduction to a symposium for the book held in […]