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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

  • Foreword: communicating development with communities
    Mansell, Robin (2017) Foreword: communicating development with communities. In: Manyozo, L., (ed.) Communicating Development with Communities. Routledge, Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9781138746046
  • The rise of computational power: accountability, imagination, and choice
    Mansell, Robin (2017) The rise of computational power: accountability, imagination, and choice. In: George, Cherian, (ed.) Communicating with Power. ICA International Communication Association. Annual Conference Theme Book Series. Peter Lang, New York, USA, pp. 69-83. ISBN 9781433139444
  • The anarchical society and climate change
    Falkner, Robert (2017) The anarchical society and climate change. In: Suganami, Hidemi and Carr, Madeline and Humphreys, Adam, (eds.) The Anarchical Society at 40: Contemporary Challenges and Prospects. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 198-2015. ISBN 9780198805144
  • Ethnicities, racism, crime and criminal justice
    Phillips, Coretta and Bowling, Ben (2017) Ethnicities, racism, crime and criminal justice. In: Liebling, Alison and Maruna, S. and McAra, Lesley, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminology. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780198719441
  • Campaigns and social media communications: a look at digital campaigning in the 2010 U.K. general election
    Jensen, Michael J. and Anstead, Nick (2014) Campaigns and social media communications: a look at digital campaigning in the 2010 U.K. general election. In: Grofman, Bernard and Trechsel, Alexander H. and Franklin, Mark, (eds.) The Internet and Democracy in Global Perspective. Studies in public choice,31. Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 57-81. ISBN 9783319043517
  • Enlargement, the neighbouhood, and European order
    Smith, Karen E. (2017) Enlargement, the neighbouhood, and European order. In: Hill, Christopher and Smith, Michael and Vanhoonacker, Sophie, (eds.) International Relations and the European Union. The new European Union series. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780198737322
  • Secession and recognition in foreign policy
    Ker-Lindsay, James (2017) Secession and recognition in foreign policy. In: Balikov, Molly and Thompson, William R., (eds.) Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Oxford University Press, pp. 1-18.
  • "Companions in misfortune": from passive neutralism to active un-commitment – the critical role of Yugoslavia
    Rajak, Svetozar (2015) "Companions in misfortune": from passive neutralism to active un-commitment – the critical role of Yugoslavia. In: Bott, Sandra and Hanhimäki, Jussi M. and Schaufelbuehl, Janick and Wyss, Marco, (eds.) Neutrality and Neutralism in the Global Cold War: Between or Within the Blocs? Cold War history. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 72-89.
  • From regional role to global undertakings: Yugoslavia in the early Cold War
    Rajak, Svetozar (2017) From regional role to global undertakings: Yugoslavia in the early Cold War. In: Rajak, Svetozar and Botsiou, K. E. and Karamouzi, Eirini and Hatzivassiliou, E., (eds.) The Balkans in the Cold War. Security, conflict and cooperation in the contemporary world. Palgrave Macmillan UK, London, UK, pp. 65-86. ISBN 9781137439017
  • On constituent power
    Loughlin, Martin (2017) On constituent power. In: Dowdle, Michael W. and Wilkinson, Michael A., (eds.) Constitutionalism beyond Liberalism. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781107112759

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