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Dr. Julian Sefton-Green

Department of Media and Communications

London School of Economics and Political Science

Houghton   Street

London, WC2A 2AE   UK

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Julian Sefton-Green

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Biography

Dr. Julian Sefton-Green is an independent scholar working in Education and the Cultural and Creative Industries. He is currently Principal Research Fellow at the Department of Media & Communication, LSE and a research associate at the University of Oslo working on projects in London and Oslo exploring learning and learner identity across formal and informal domains. He is an Honorary Professor of Education at the University of Nottingham, UK and the Institute of Education, Hong Kong.

He has worked as an Associate Research Professor at the University of South Australia, where he was developing a city-wide initiative to imagine and implement new kinds of spaces for learning. He has been the Head of Media Arts and Education at WAC Performing Arts and Media College - a centre for informal training and education - where he directed a range of digital media activities for young people and co-ordinated training for media artists and teachers. He worked as Media Studies teacher in an inner city comprehensive  London and in higher education teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses, leading teacher training degrees in media education.

He has researched and written widely on many aspects of media education, new technologies, creative learning and informal learning. Recent volumes include: joint editing of The International Handbook of Creative Learning (2011) and Researching Creative Learning: Methods and Approaches (2010), both with Routledge; Learning at Not-School (2013, MIT Press); and co-editing Identity, Community and Learning Lives in the Digital Age (2013 Cambridge University Press).  He has directed research projects for the Arts Council of England, the British Film Institute, the London Development Agency and Creative Partnerships and has spoken at a number of conferences around the world.

Personal website: www.julianseftongreen.net|

Publications

Books

Monographs

Book Chapters

  • Negotiating the pedagogicization of everyday life: the art of learning
    Sefton-Green, Julian (2014) Negotiating the pedagogicization of everyday life: the art of learning. In: Watkins, Megan, Noble, Greg and Driscoll, Catherine, (eds.) Cultural Pedagogies and Human Conduct. CRESC: Culture, Economy and the Social. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon. ISBN 9781138014411 (In Press)
  • From ‘othering’ to incorporation: the dilemmas of crossing informal and formal learning boundaries
    Sefton-Green, Julian (2014) From ‘othering’ to incorporation: the dilemmas of crossing informal and formal learning boundaries. In: Sanford, Kathy, Rogers, Theresa and Kendrick, Maureen, (eds.) Everyday Youth Literacies: Critical Perspectives for New Times. Cultural Studies and Transdisciplinarity in Education(1). Springer Netherlands, Dordrecht, Netherlands. ISBN 9789814451024 (In Press)
  • Changing narratives of change: (un)intended consequences of educational technology reform in Argentina
    Dussel, Inés, Ferrante, Patricia and Sefton-Green, Julian (2013) Changing narratives of change: (un)intended consequences of educational technology reform in Argentina. In: Selwyn, Neil and Facer, Keri, (eds.) The Politics of Education and Technology: Conflicts, Controversies, and Connections. Digital education and learning. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, USA, pp. 127-146. ISBN 9781137031976
  • Judgement, authority and legitimacy: evaluating creative learning
    Sefton-Green, Julian (2011) Judgement, authority and legitimacy: evaluating creative learning. In: Sefton-Green, Julian, Thomson, Pat, Jones, Ken and Bresler, Liora, (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Creative Learning. Routledge international handbooks of education. Routledge, pp. 311-319. ISBN 9780415548892
  • Theories and histories: creative learning and its contexts
    Sefton-Green, Julian and Bresler, Liora (2011) Theories and histories: creative learning and its contexts. In: Sefton-Green, Julian, Thomson, Pat, Jones, Ken and Bresler, Liora, (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Creative Learning. Routledge international handbooks of education. Routledge, pp. 9-14. ISBN 9780415548892
  • Creativity, the arts and schools
    Sefton-Green, Julian and Thomson, Pat (2011) Creativity, the arts and schools. In: Sefton-Green, Julian, Thomson, Pat, Jones, Ken and Bresler, Liora, (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Creative Learning. Routledge international handbooks of education. Routledge, pp. 117-118. ISBN 9780415548892
  • Introduction: the Routledge international handbook of creative learning
    Sefton-Green, Julian, Thomson, Pat, Jones, Ken and Bresler, Liora (2011) Introduction: the Routledge international handbook of creative learning. In: Sefton-Green, Julian, Thomson, Pat, Jones, Ken and Bresler, Liora, (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Creative Learning. Routledge international handbooks of education. Routledge, pp. 1-8. ISBN 9780415548892
  • Mapping the rhetorics of creativity
    Banaji, Shakuntala (2011) Mapping the rhetorics of creativity. In: Sefton-Green, Julian , Thomson, Pat, Jones, Ken and Bresler, Liora, (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Creative Learning. Routledge international handbooks of education. Routledge. ISBN 9780415548892
  • Introduction: researching creative learning: methods and issues
    Thomson, Pat and Sefton-Green, Julian (2010) Introduction: researching creative learning: methods and issues. In: Thomson, Pat and Sefton-Green, Julian, (eds.) Researching Creative Learning: Methods and Issues. Routledge, Oxford, UK, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9780415548847
  • Informal learning: a solution in search of a problem?
    Sefton-Green, Julian (2008) Informal learning: a solution in search of a problem? In: Drotner, Kirsten, Jensen, Hans Siggaard and Schrøder, Kim Christian , (eds.) Informal Learning and Digital Media. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle, UK, pp. 238-255. ISBN 9781847185518

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