Faculty of Education and Social Work


Publications

Publications by CRUAT members

Books

  • O’Connor, P. (2016). A Pedagogy of Surprise. Drama Australia Press.
  • O’Connor, P. (2016). The Possibilities of Creativity. Cambridge Scholars Publishers: London
  • O’Connor, P. and Anderson, M. (2015). Applied Theatre: Research: Critical Departures.  Bloomsbury:London.
  • O’Connor, P. and Fitzpatrick, K. (2015). Education and the Body. Edify: Auckland.
  • O’Connor, P. and Suani, L. (2013). Within and Beyond the Reef of Pasifika Education. Pearson Custom.
  • O'Connor, P. (2010) Creating democratic citizenship through drama education, the writings of Jonothan Neelands. Trentham Books Ltd.

 

Book Chapters

  • Mullen, M., & Thomas, K. (2016). Collaborative creativity in community settings. In O'Connor P (Ed.) The possibilities of creativity (pp. 117-134). Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • O’Connor, P. (2015). Theatre in Crisis: Moments of Beauty in Applied Theatre. In Prentki, T. Applied Theatre: Development. Methuen Bloomsbury: London.(p185-202).
  • O’Connor, P. (2015). Applied Theatre and Disaster Capitalism: Resisting and rebuilding in Christchurch.In Nicholson, H. (Ed) The Cambridge Companion to Applied Theatre. Cambridge University Press:Cambridge. (p127-147).
  • O’Connor, P. (2015). Moments of Beauty and Resistance through Drama education. In Freebody. K. &Finneran, M. (Eds). Drama Education and Social Justice. Bloomsbury Methuen: London. (p163-189).
  • O’Connor, P. (2015). The Arts: Resisting the GERM. In Schonnman, S.(Ed). The Wisdom of the Many:Key Issues in Arts Education. Waxman: Berlin.
  • O'Connor, P. (2015). The Arts: Hope in Dark Places, In: Fleming, M. Bresler, L and O’Toole, J.(Eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of the Arts and Education. Routledge: London. (p315-323).
  • O'Connor, P. (2014). Mastering Methodology: Commentary. C. Mutch, & J. Rath (Eds.). Emerging Critical Scholarship in Education: Navigating the Doctoral Journey.  (p70-78). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • O'Connor, P. (2014). A suicide of the soul: Neoliberalism, the arts and democracy. Carpenter,V. & S.Osborne (Ed.), Twelve Thousand Hours: Education and Poverty in Aotearoa New Zealand. NewZealand. Dunmore Press. (p260-265).
  • O'Connor, P. (2013). Applied Theatre: Applied Social Work in New Zealand. In: Chiu.E. (Ed.). School Social Work: Current Practice and Research. (p77-92).
  • O'Connor, P. (2013). Arts Education: Being Awake in the World. In A. Margaret St. George, Brown, S.and O'Neill, J. (Eds.) Facing the big questions in teaching: Purpose, power and learning, Cengage,Australia.
  • O'Connor, P. (2013) Terrorists Under the Bridge: Applied Theatre and Empathy. In: East, M. and May, S. (Eds.) Making A Difference in Education and Social Policy. Pearson: Auckland. (p89-103).
  • O'Connor, P. (2013). A Teaspoon of Light: Expressions of light and understanding through the voices of children in Christchurch. In: Clark, B., Grey, A. and Terreni, L. (Eds.). Kia tipu te wairua toi. Fostering the creative spirit through the arts in early childhood education. Pearson: Auckland. (p79-87).
  • O'Connor, P. (2013). A Critical Response to Terrorism: Drama as Critical Pedagogy. In: Anderson, M.and Dunn, J. (Eds.) How Drama Activates Learning: Contemporary Research and Practice,  Bloomsbury. (p125-135).
  • O'Connor, P. (2013) Theatre in Education: The Pedagogic as the Aesthetic in a Crumbling World. In:Jackson, T & Vine, C. (Eds.). Learning Through Theatre. 3rd Edition, New York, Routledge. (p305-321).
  • O'Connor, P., Anderson, M., and Mullen, M. (2013). Applied Theatre: Enacting Research.  In: Ewing, R.and Cole, A. (Eds.) Performing Sholartistry, Arts and Research. Nova Scotia, Backalong Books.(p369-394).
  • O'Connor, P. (2013). Valuing Diversity in the early childhood arts classroom: A drama case study. In Wright,S. (Ed.) Children, Meaning-Making and the Arts. Frenchs Forest, NSW, Pearson Australia.(p177-194).
  • O'Connor, P. (2009). Open the Loop: An applied theatre approach to cyber bullying. In: Anderson, M;Carroll, J; Cameron, D. (Eds.). Teaching drama with digital technologies: applying theatre, drama and technology to learning. London, Continuum Press.
  • O’Connor, P. (2008). Drama For Inclusion: A Pedagogy of Hope. In Anderson, M., Hughes, J. and Manuel, J.(Eds). Drama and English Teaching. Imagination, Action and Engagement. Oxford University Press: Oxford. (p136-149).
  • O'Connor, P. (2008). Minimising risk: neither missionary nor messenger', In: Donelan, K; O'Brien A, (Eds.). The Arts and Youth at Risk. Global and Local Challenges. Cambridge, Cambridge Scholars Publishers.
  • Stinson M., O’Connor, P. (2008). Teaching drama to students with special needs: Designs and Methods', In: Cohen, L; Wright, S; Poon, K. (Ed.). Special Education: Perspectives and Practices. Singapore Continuum Press. (p52-68).
  • O'Connor, P. (2006). Keeping a piece of the rainbow: empowerment and disempowerment in drama education', In: McCammon, L; McLauchlan, D. (Ed.). Universal Mosaic of Drama and Theatre: The Idea 2004 Dialogues. Ontario, IDEA.
  • O’Connor, P. (2004). Partnership, protection and participation: principles for working in drama with people with special needs. In P. Chan (Ed.), Building the Capacity of Drama / Theatre Education . Hong Kong: Hong Kong Drama/ Theatre and Education Forum.
  • O’Connor, P., Szauder, E. and Bentsen, E. (2004). Partnership, protection and participation: principles for working in drama with people with special needs. In H. Heikkinen (Eds.) Special Interest Fields of Drama, Theatre and Education. Finland: University of Jyvaskyla Press.
  • O’Connor, P. (2000). Rethinking Race Relations. In J. O’Toole, & M. Lepp, (Eds.), Drama For Life: Stories of Adult Learning and Empowerment.  Brisbane: Playlab Press. (p.235-254).

 

Other publications

  • Mullen, M. and Wills, R. (2016). Re-storying disability through the arts: Providing a counterpoint to mainstream narratives. New Zealand Journal of Research in Performing Arts and Education, 6.
  • Wood, B. & Mullen, M. (2016). Rangi Ruru Walk: Social and spatial connections through hybrid intermedial practices. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 21(3): 406-412.
  • Fitzpatrick, E., Mullen, M., & O’Connor P (2015). Creating CRUAT: disrupting supervision and research through collaborative performance. NJ, 39 (1), 31-44.
  • Matthewman, S., Mullen, M., & Patuwai, T. (2015). The River Talks: an ecocritical ‘kōrero’ about ecological performance, community activism and ‘slow violence’. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 20 (4), 442-463.
  • Mullen, M. (2015). Managing applied theatre. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 20 (3), 267-270.
  • Mullen, M., & Te Puna Kohungahunga (2015). Walking on your maunga. In C. Hind, C. Qualmann (Eds.) Ways to wander. Axminster, England: Triarchy Press.
  • O'Connor P (2015). Things have changed. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 20 (3), 369-371.
  • Mullen, M. (2014). Inviting entanglements: Researching within applied theatre companies. Applied Theatre Research, 2 (1), 33-47.
  • Mullen, M. (2014). Managing applied theatre: Negotiating tangled webs and navigating murky terrain (Unpublished doctoral thesis). The University of Auckland. ResearchSpace@Auckland.
  • O’Connor, P., and Takahashi, N. (2014). From caring about to caring for; Case studies of New Zealand Japanese schools post disaster. Pastoral Care in Education: An International Journal of Personal, Social and Emotional Development. Vol 32, No1.  (p23-42.)
  • Anderson, M. & O'Connor, P. (2013). Applied Theatre as Research: provoking the possibilities. Applied Theatre Research Vol 1 .
  • Gibbs, L; Mutch, C.; O'Connor, P.; C; MacDougall, C. (2013). Research with, by, for and about children:Lessons from disaster contexts. Global Studies of Childhood. Vol 3.2.  (p129-141).
  • O'Connor, P. (2013). The Joseph Lister Drama: John Carroll From a Distance. NJ Drama Australia Journal, Vol 37 . (p7-13).
  • O'Connor, P. (2013). Pedagogy of love and care: Shaken schools respond. Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal.  Vol. 22,5. (p425-434.)
  • O'Connor, P. (2013). Commentary: Charter Schools: A right turn for education. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 48, (1).  (p140-148).
  • Mullen, M. (2012). Taking care and playing it safe: Tensions in the management of funding relationships. Journal of Arts & Communities, 4 (3), 181-198.
  • O’Connor, P. & Mullen, M. (2011). Prison theatre: Letting the light in to disciplinary relationships. NJ, 35, 133-145.
  • O'Connor, P. (2011). Stances and Territories: Drama, interdisciplinary and social change, NJ Drama Australia Journal, 35.
  • O'Connor, P. (2011). Beyond serendipity: Surviving the storm. Research in Drama Education, 16, (1),(p96-100 .).
  • O'Connor, P. (2010). Education from the edge. NJ Drama Australia Journal, (Special Edition on National Curriculum),
  • O'Connor, P. (2010). Talking about the way the world wags: The Garth Boomer Memorial address 2009, English in Australia, 45, (1). (p7-14.).
  • O'Connor, P. (2009). Silent Upon A Peak in Darien: Education on the Edge. National (UK) Drama Magazine, 1, (p2-16 .).
  • O'Connor, P. (2009). Unnoticed Miracles. Research in Drama Education The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 14, (4). (p583-59.).
  • O'Connor, P. (2009). Education for now, Teachers and Curriculum,1.( p13-16.).
  • O'Connor, P. (2007). Reflection and Refraction- The Dimpled Mirror of Process Drama, Youth Theatre Journal,  21. (p1-12.).
  • O'Connor, P. (2007). The Everyday Becomes extraordinary: Conversations about family violence through applied theatre, The IDEA Journal/Applied Theatre Researcher,  8. (p1-16,).
  • O'Connor, P. (2007) Applied Theatre: Pure of Heart - Naively Complicit. Caribbean Quarterly, 53.
  • O'Connor, P.; O'Connor, B; Welsh-Morris, M. (2006). Making the everyday extraordinary: a theatre in education project to prevent child abuse, neglect and family violence, Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 11, (2). (p235-245.).