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Ms Kylie Stevenson

Research Coordinator

Contact Information Telephone: +61 8 6304 6691, Email: k.stevenson@ecu.edu.au, Campus: Mount Lawley, Room: ML18.206
Staff Member Details
Telephone: +61 8 6304 6691
Email: k.stevenson@ecu.edu.au
Campus: Mount Lawley  
Room: ML18.206  

 

Kylie is a Research Assistant within the School of Arts and Humanities.

Recent Publications (within the last five years)

Book Chapters

  • Murphy, R., Stevenson, K., (2017), Reading Migrant Women: Combining Story-telling and Story-making in an Intercultural `Narrative of Practice?. Building Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Bridges: where practice meets research and theory (e-book), 20-30, Cambridge, U.K., Bibac Publsihing, Education faculty, University of Cambridge.
  • Stevenson, K., (2017), Mapping the practice: envisioning music practice-led research through the metaphor of the river?. Building Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Bridges: where practice meets research and theory (e-book), 150-157, Cambridge, U.K., Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.

Journal Articles

  • Stevenson, K., Green, L., (2017), A 10 year old?s Use of Creative Content to Construct an Alternative Future for Herself. M/C Journal, 20(1), -, Australia, QUT.
  • Holloway, D., Green, L., Stevenson, K., (2015), Digitods: Toddlers, Touch Screens and Australian Family Life. M/C Journal, 18(5), 5p., Brisbane, QLD, Queensland University of Technology.
  • Stevenson, K., (2013), Creative River Journeys:using an a/r/tographical framework for a multifaceted PhD project. UNESCO Observatory Multi-Disciplinary Journal in the Arts, 3(2), 1-25, Melbourne, Australia, University of Melbourne.
  • Stevenson, K., (2013), The river in a landscape of creative practice: Creative River Journeys. Landscapes: the Journal of the International Centre of Landscape and Language, 5(2), Article 20, Perth, Western Australia, Edith Cowan University.
  • Stevenson, K., (2012), Embodying three aspects of my self through a/r/tography. Axon: Creative Explorations, 2(1), 1-16, Faculty of Arts and Design, University of Canberra, University of Canberra.

Conference Publications

  • Green, L., Hope, C., Stevenson, K., Mahoney, T., (2015), Archiving the new, now, for future users yet unknown. ANZCA Conference Proceedings 2015, 11p., Australian and New Zealand Communication Association.
  • Stevenson, K., Green, L., Haddon, L., (2015), Learning as it goes down the line: siblings and family networked in the acquisition of online skills. ANZCA Conference Proceedings 2015, 11p..
  • Stevenson, K., Girak, S., (2013), Creative River Journeys: Using Reflective Practice Within a Practice-Led Research Context. Region and Isolation: The changing function of art & design education within diasporic cultures and borderless communities, 14 p., Paddington, NSW, Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools.

Non-Traditional Research Outputs

  • Stevenson, K., (2016), Seasons Past. Westerly: New Creative. Online Special Issue 2, pp 81-82, Crawley, Western Australia, University of Western Australia.
  • Stevenson, K., (2015), On Finding an Animal at Burns Beach, On the Edge, Prayer Meeting by the Sea, Woolf's Pockets. All Living Language, Joondalup, Western Australia, Peter Cowan Writers' Centre.
  • Stevenson, K., (2015), The Women?s Stone Circle. Outskirts Journal , Perth, WA, University of Western Australia.
  • Taylor, J., Stevenson, K., Gardiner, A., Ryan, J., (2013), Overturning the Sudden End: New Interpretations of Catastrophe. M/C Journal, Volume 16, No. 1, Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology.
  • Stevenson, K., (2012), Pound Bend, Cambridge Dreaming and Deep Water Point. Breath of the Sea: ten eclectic poets of the Peter Cowan Writers' Centre, Joondalup, Western Australia, Peter Cowan Writers' Centre.
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