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David R.

Cole
Western Sydney University School of Education Centre for Educational Research
David.cole@westernsydney.edu.au Tel: 00612 4736 0154 (Mobile) 0488 627 621

RANK:

Associate Professor (D)

TENURE:

2007

AREAS OF SPECIALISATION:

CRITICAL THINKING
LITERACIES
PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION
GLOBALISATION
DELEUZE

ACADEMIC

Ph.D. in Education. University of Warwick (UK). Thesis: Technological literacies and youth
culture (2003).
M.A. in Philosophy & Literature. University of Warwick (1995). High Distinction for thesis:
Mathematical congruence in the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze.
P.G.C.E. (Post Graduate Certificate in Education) in English Education (1991). Bath Spa
University, Avon.
B.A. (Hons) in Philosophy. University of Liverpool (1990). Elected President of Philosophy
Society.

EXPERIENCE
UNIVERSITY
2012 - Present

Associate Professor
University of Western Sydney, School of Education,
English, Literacies & ESL
Globalisation Theme Leader Centre for Educational Research

2008-2011

Senior University Lecturer


University of Technology, Sydney.
Literacy, English Education and Professional Studies

2004- 2007

University lecturer
University of Tasmania
Literacy, English Education and Professional Studies

1998-1999

University lecturer
University of Warwick
Philosophy of Education

1996-1997

University lecturer, University of Copenhagen. Education and


economic development.

DAVID R. COLE: CONFIDENTIAL

1993-1994

University lecturer, Javeriana Universidad (Santa F de Bogot).


English Education.

PROFESSIONAL
2000-2003

Head of English
Theory of Knowledge and Drama
St. Georges College North, Buenos Aires

1997-1999

English Teacher
Aylesford School, Warwick

1995-1996

English Teacher
Manor Park School, Nuneaton

1992-1993

Head of English
Colegio Britnico de Monteria, Colombia

1991-1992

English Teacher
Manor House School, Cairo.

INVITED SCHOLAR
2011

IIPE-UNESCO (Buenos Aires)


University of San Martin, Buenos Aires
Centro Cientfico Technolgico Rosario
Institute of Education, London
Goldsmiths College, University of London
Manchester Metro University
Monash University, Melbourne

DISTINCTIONS
2014

Adjunct Professor (Honorary). University of Technology, Sydney

2012

Chancellors List (best 5) for Principal Supervision of Ph.D. thesis:


Beyond the Wire (D. Wainer).

2010

Highly commended contribution to research literature. National


Reading Association (US) for Multiliteracies in Motion: Current
Theory & Practice

2006

Teaching merit award, University of Tasmania.

1999

Award for innovation in doctoral study. National Centre for


Educational Technology (NCET).

DAVID R. COLE: CONFIDENTIAL

RESEARCH GRANTS
NCE
2014-2016

Department of Education (ACRG) Office of Learning and Teaching,


strategic area (globalisation) Enhancing Programmes to Integrate
Tertiary Outbound Mobility Experiences (EPITOME). With Dr Tim
Hall, A/Prof Tonia Gray, A/Prof Gregory Downey, A/Prof Anne Power
& Dr Colin Sheringham ($246, 000)

2014

UWS internal grant - Research into outdoor education learner


attribution theory: The effects of the Duke of Edinburghs
International Award on learning. With Dr Roberto Parada, Associate
Professor Tonia Gray and Dr Christina Curry ($4444)

2013

UWS Internal Grant New through-lines for becoming-teacher. UWS


M.Teach. study. With Associate Professor Susanne Gannon and Dr
Jorge Dorfman Knijnik ($3000)

2012-2013

International Baccalaureate Organization grant (tendered). IB


Programme: Theory of Knowledge (TOK): Exploring learning
outcomes, benefits, and perceptions. Australia-wide study. With
Associate Professor Susanne Gannon, Dr Jacqueline Ullman and Mr
Paul Rooney ($51,295)

2012

UWS Internal Grant Researching Equity for Innovative Pedagogies.


Part of Strategic Secondary Education Research Program for
Greater Western Sydney (SSERP) with Dr Jacqueline Ullman
($6000)

2010-2012

SSHRC (Canada) International Opportunity Grant - Immigrant


Families and Multiple Literacies: Policy, Classroom and Community
Connections Across Australia and Canada with Professor Diana
Masny, University of Ottawa ($48,735 Ca)

2010

Top up grant for immigrant literacies research (UTS). Focus on


Latino families in Australia ($5000)

2009

Research into the: Voices of influence amongst Australian Muslim


youth. Government consultancy Department of Immigration and
Citizenship with Professor Jock Collins et al. ($90,000)

2009

Research development grant (UTS). Grant to research immigrant


family literacies in NSW ($5000)

2006

Grant to establish working contexts and zones of


operation in middle school cam-capture literacy with Dr
Andrew Fluck ($9300)

2006

Grant to enable scholarly and collaborative writing ($1500)

2005

Distance Education grant from Teaching and Learning


Committee to establish needs for B.Ed. in-service course with
Dr Robin Wills ($2500)

1997

Grant to research technological literacy and the arts with


Associate Professor John Baldacchino (5300)

1996-1997

ESRC (Economics and Social Science Research Council) fieldwork


grant for examining: Technological literacies in urban contexts of
poverty with Professor Barry Troyna (11250)

DAVID R. COLE: CONFIDENTIAL

SCHOLARY ACTIVITIES
NCE
Research Books
Cole, DR, Capitalised Education: An immanent materialist account of Kate Middleton, Zero
Books (2014)
Cole, DR, Traffic Jams: Analysing everyday life using the immanent materialism of Deleuze &
Guattari, Punctum Books (2013)
Masny, D & Cole, DR, Mapping Multiple Literacies: An Introduction to Deleuzian Literacy
Studies, Continuum (2012)
Cole, DR, Educational Life-forms: Deleuzian Teaching and Learning Practice, Sense
Publishers (2011)
Edited Books
Masny, D & Cole, DR, Education and the Politics of Becoming, Routledge (2014)
Cole, DR & Graham, LJ, The Power In/of Language, Blackwell-Riley (2012)
Cole, DR, Surviving Economic Crises through Education, Peter Lang (2012)
Cole, DR & Pullen, DL, Multiliteracies in Motion: Current Theory and Practice, Routledge
(2010)
Pullen, DL & Cole, DR, Multiliteracies and Technology Enhanced Education: Social Practice
and the Global Classroom, IGI Global Publications (2010)
Masny, D & Cole, DR, Multiple Literacies Theory: A Deleuzian Perspective, Sense Publishers
(2009)
Edited Journal Editions
Cole, DR & Bradley, JN, Educational Philosophy and New French Thought, Special Edition
of Educational Philosophy and Theory, Volume 47, Number 10, (September, 2015)
Cole, DR & Woodrow, C, globalisation: now, Special Edition of Knowledge Cultures: A
Multidisciplinary Journal, Volume 2, Number 2 (2014)
Cole, DR, The Future of Educational Materialism, Special Edition of Educational Philosophy
& Theory, Blackwell-Riley, Volume 44, Number S1 (May, 2012)
Masny, D & Cole, DR, Education and the Politics of Becoming, Special Edition of Discourse:
Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, Routledge 33 (1) (February, 2012)
Graham, LJ & Cole, DR, The Power in/Of language, Special Edition of Educational
Philosophy & Theory, Volume 43, Issue 6, Blackwell-Wiley (August, 2011)
Refereed Articles
Cole, DR, Ullman, J, Gannon, S & Rooney, P, Critical thinking skills in the International
Baccalaureates Theory of Knowledge subject: Findings from an Australian study,
Australian
Journal
of
Education,
Vol.
59
(3)
247-264:
DOI:
10.1177/0004944115603529 (2015)
Cole, DR, Educational non-philosophy, Educational Philosophy and Theory, Volume 47,
Number 10, 1009-1023: DOI: 10.1080/00131857.2015.1036827 (2015)

DAVID R. COLE: CONFIDENTIAL

Cole, DR & Bradley, JN, Educational Philosophy and New French Thought, Educational
Philosophy and Theory, Volume 47, Number 10, 1006-1009: DOI:
10.1080/00131857.2015.1044300 (2015)
Cole, DR, Strange Assemblage, Portal: Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies, Vol
11, Number 2: DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5130/portal.v11i2.3200 (2015)
Cole, DR & Woodrow, C, Introduction to globalisation: now, Knowledge Cultures, Volume 2,
Number 4, 11-22 (2014)
Cole, DR, Cthulhuic Literacy: Teaching Secondary English with a dose of Lovecraft, English
in Australia, Volume 49, Number 1, 72-81 (2014)
Cole,

DR
&
Bradley,
JPN,
On
conjuring
the
pea-and-thimble
trick,
. The Journal of Engaged Pedagogy, 13(1), Tokyo, 1-9 (July 2014)

Cole, DR & Bradley, JPN, Japanese English learners on the edge of chaosmos: Flix
Guattari and becoming-otaku, Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations, Volume
13, 8395 (2014)
Cole, DR, Deleuze and Narrative Investigation. The Multiple Literacies of Sudanese families
in Australia, Literacy, Volume 47, Number 1, April, 35-41 (2013)
Cole, DR, Matter in Motion: The Educational Materialism of Gilles Deleuze, Educational
Philosophy and Theory, Volume 44, Number S1, May, 3-17 (2012)
Cole, DR, Latino families becoming-literate in Australia: Deleuze, literacy and the politics of
immigration, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, Vol. 33, No. 1,
February, 33-46 (2012)
Cole, DR, The actions of affect in Deleuze - Others using language and the language that we
make Educational Philosophy and Theory, Volume 43, Issue 6, August 549-561
(2011)
Cole, DR, The Reproduction of Philosophical Bodies in Education with Language,
Educational Philosophy and Theory, Volume 42, Number 8, December 816-829
(2010)
Cole, DR & Hager, P, Learning-practice: The ghosts in the education machine Education
Inquiry, 1 (1) 21-40 (2010)
Cole, DR, The power of emotional factors in English teaching, Power and Education, 1 (1)
57-70 (2009)
Cole, DR, Explorations of affective literacy amongst middle school English teachers, Literacy
Learning: The Middle Years, 16 (3) 44-56 (2008)
Cole, DR & Throssell, P, Epiphanies in action: Teaching and learning in synchronous
harmony, The International Journal of Learning, Volume 15, Issue 7, 175-184 (2008)
Cole, DR & Yang, GY, Affective literacy for TESOL teachers in China, Prospect, Volume 23,
Number 1, 37-45 (2008)
Cole, DR & Burke, LB, Curriculum design at a crossroads: A comparative approach to reevaluating knowledge frameworks, Curriculum Perspectives, Volume 28, Number 3,
27-37 (2008)
Cole, DR & Bui, H, Teaching Asian-Australian identities through literature, Literacy Learning:
The Middle Years, 15 (3) 29-39 (2007)

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Cole, DR, Teaching Frankenstein and Wide Sargasso Sea Using Affective Literacy, English
in Australia, 42 (2) 69-75 (2007)
Cole, DR, Virtual Terrorism and the Internet E-Learning Options, E-Learning, 4 (2) 116-127
(2007)
Cole, DR, An examination of Hegelian and Spinozian philosophy and their relationships with
their International Baccalaureate subject, Theory of Knowledge, Journal of Research
in International Education, 4 (2) 211-226 (2005)
Cole, DR, Education and the Politics of Cyberpunk, Review of Education Pedagogy and
Cultural Studies, 27 (2) 159-170 (2005)
Cole, DR, Learning Through the Virtual, CTHEORY, 1 (EJ) EJ (2005)
Cole, DR, Reading in the future: literacy and the time of the internet, Reconstruction, 5 (2)
EJ (2005)
Cole, DR, Post Cybernetic Judicial War, Abstract Culture, 2 (1999)
Cole, DR, Batailles thought of excess, Parallax, 14 (2) 532-543 (1998)
Cole, DR, Psychosis, Freud and the Wolf-man, ***Collapse, 3 32-58 (1997)
Cole, DR, Nietzsches Aesthetic, Credo, 3 218-234 (1990)
Book Chapters
Cole, DR, Deleuze and Learning, The Sage Handbook of Learning, Sage, David Scott and
Eleanore Hargreaves (eds), Los Angeles and London, 73-83 (2015)
Cole, DR, Finance-subjectivity: Thinking through the Consequences of the Global Financial
Crisis in Education, The Global Financial Crisis and Educational Restructuring, Peter
Lang, Michael A. Peters, Tina Besley & Joo Paraskeva (eds), New York & London,
301-316 (2015)
Zhao, D., & Cole, DR, Teaching Chinese Language and Culture to Australian High School
Beginners through Intercultural Language Teaching, Linguistics and Language
Education in New Horizons: The Link between Theory, Research and Pedagogy,
Nova Publishers, Si Fan, Thao Le & Quynh Le (eds), New York, 233-245 (2015)
Cole, DR, Inter-collapse Educational Nomadology for a Future Generation, Deleuze &
Guattari, Politics and Education: For a People-Yet-to-Come, Bloomsbury, Matthew
Carlin and Jason Wallin (eds), New York & London, 77-95 (2014)
Cole, DR, Latino families becoming-literate in Australia: Deleuze, literacy and the politics of
immigration, Education and the Politics of Becoming, Routledge, Diana Masny and
David R Cole (eds), London & New York, 33-47 (2014)
Cole, DR, Affective Literacies: Deleuze, Discipline and Power, Deleuze and Education,
Edinburgh University Press, Inna Semetsky and Diana Masny (eds), Edinburgh, 94112 (2013)
Cole, DR, Lost in Data Space: Using Nomadic Analysis to Perform Social Science, Deleuze
and Research Methodologies, Edinburgh University Press, Rebecca Coleman and
Jessica Ringrose (eds), Edinburgh, 219-238 (2013)
Cole, DR, Deleuze and the Subversion(s) of the real: Pragmatics in Education,
Cartographies of Becoming in Education: A Deleuze-Guattari Perspective, Sense
Publishers, Diana Masny (ed), Rotterdam, 53-73 (2013)

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Cole, DR, The actions of affect in Deleuze - Others using language and the language that we
make , The Power In/Of Language, Blackwell-Riley, David R Cole and Linda J
Graham (eds), Chichester, 1-13 (2012)
Cole, DR, Doing Work as a Reflection of the Other: Notes on the Educational Materialism of
Deleuze & Guattari, Surviving Economic Crises though Education, Peter Lang, David
R Cole (ed), New York, 165-181 (2012)
Cole, DR, Introduction to Surviving Economic Crises through Education, Surviving Economic
Crises though Education, Peter Lang, David R Cole (ed), New York, 1-17 (2012)
Cole, DR, Multiliteracies and the politics of desire, Multiliteracies in Motion: Current Theory
and Practice, Routledge, David R Cole and Darren L Pullen (eds), London & New
York, 124-139 (2010)
Cole, DR & Pullen, DL, Multiliteracies and the agency involved with computer operations in
education, Multiliteracies in Motion: Current Theory and Practice, Routledge, David R
Cole and Darren L Pullen (eds), London & New York, 105-124 (2010)
Cole, DR & Pullen, DL, Introduction to multiliteracies in motion: Current theory and practice,
Multiliteracies in Motion: Current Theory and Practice, Routledge, David R Cole and
Darren L Pullen (eds), London & New York, 1-15 (2010)
Cole, DR & Moyle, V, Cam-capture Literacy and Its Incorporation into Multiliteracies,
Multiliteracies and Technology Enhanced Education: Social Practice and the Global
Classroom, IGI Global, Darren L. Pullen and David R. Cole (eds), Hershey, PA, 116133 (2010)
Cole, DR, Deleuzian Affective Literacy for Teaching Literature: A Literary Approach to
Multiple Literacies Theory, Multiple Literacies Theory: A Deleuzian Perspective,
Sense Publishers, Diana Masny and David R Cole (eds), Rotterdam, 63-78 (2009)
Cole, DR, Indexing the Multiple: An Autobiographic Account of Education through the lens of
Deleuze and Guattari, Multiple Literacies Theory: A Deleuzian Perspective, Sense
Publishers, Diana Masny and David R Cole (eds), Rotterdam, 119-132 (2009)
Cole, DR, MLT as a Minor Poststructuralism of Education, Multiple Literacies Theory: A
Deleuzian Perspective, Sense Publishers, Diana Masny and David R Cole (eds),
Rotterdam, 167-180 (2009)
Masny, D & Cole, DR, Introduction to Multiple Literacies Theory: A Deleuzian Perspective,
Multiple Literacies Theory: A Deleuzian Perspective, Sense Publishers, Diana Masny
and David R Cole (eds), Rotterdam, 1-11 (2009)
Cole, DR, Technological and affective literacies, Perspectives on Multiple Literacies:
International Conversations, Detseling Enterprises Ltd, Claire Maltais (ed), Calgary,
91-99 (2008)
Cole, DR, Deleuze and the Narrative forms of Educational Otherness, Nomadic education:
Variations on a theme by Deleuze and Guattari, Sense Publishers, Inna Semetsky
(ed), Rotterdam, 17-35 (2008)
Cole, DR, Cam-Capture: An Eye on Teaching and Learning, Technology & Teaching: A
Casebook for Educators, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., Jeff Sigafoos and Vanessa
Green (eds), USA, 27-41 (2007)
Cole, DR, Anatomy of a Literary vampirism, Vampires: Myths and Metaphors of Enduring
Evil, Inter-Disciplinary Press, Carla T Kungl (ed), Oxford, 39-45 (2003)
Conference Publication

DAVID R. COLE: CONFIDENTIAL

Cole, DR, Using Guattaris Cartographic method in Educational Research, AARE 2014
International Educational Research Conference, Brisbane, EJ (2014)
Cole, DR, What is the Image of Thought? Notes on a Deleuzian-critical-thinking-practice,
2nd International Deleuze Studies in Asia Conference 2014, Osaka University,
Osaka, Japan, 54-65 (2014)
Cole, DR & Ullman, J, Report on the findings of the IBO: TOK project, AARE 2013
International Educational Research Conference, Adelaide, EJ (2013)
Cole, DR, Strange Assemblage, Creative Assemblage - Deleuze Studies Conference,
Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan, 122-145 (2013)
Cole, DR, Surviving Economic Crises through Education, Crossing Boundaries - Philosophy
of Education Society of Australasia Inc., Chiayi National University, Taiwan, EJ
(2012)
Cole, DR, Deleuze and the Subversion(s) of the Real: Pragmatics in Education,
Deterritorialising Deleuze Conference, Tulane University, New Orleans, 232-256
(2012)
Cole, DR, The two role model of affect from Deleuze, Annual conference of the Australian
Association of Continental Philosophy - Affect, University of Queensland, Brisbane,
EJ (2010)
Masny, D & Cole, DR, Multiple Literacies Theory (MLT) as discourse analysis: Language and
power in context, Discourse and Cultural Practices Conference, University of
Sydney, Sydney, EJ (2009)
Cole, DR & Hager, P, Learning-practice: The ghosts in the educational machine, Philosophy
of Education Society of Australasia Inc., Queensland University of Technology,
Brisbane, EJ (2008)
Cole, DR & Throssell, P, Epiphanies in action: Teaching and learning in synchronous
th
harmony, The 15 International Conference on Learning, University of Illinois,
Chicago, EJ (2008)
Cole, DR & Glade-Wright, R, Creative processes in writing and design, Philosophy of
Education Society of Australasia Inc., The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand,
Wellington, EJ (2007)
Masny, D & Cole, DR, Applying Multiple Literacies in Australian and Canadian Contexts,
Future Directions in Literacy Conference, Sydney University Press, 190-212 (2007)
Cole, DR, Anti Oedipus in Education, Proceedings of the International Conference on Critical
Discourse Analysis: Theory into Action, Launceston, Tasmania, 110-118 (2006)
Cole, DR, Connection between my work and multiple literacies, Proceedings of workshops
on multiple literacies, Ottawa, 21-27 (2006)
Cole, DR, Affective Literacy, Pleasure Passion Provocation, Gold Coast, EJ (2005)
Cole, DR, Anti Oedipus in Education, Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia Inc.,
Hong Kong Institute of Education, 82-91 (2005)
Cole, DR, The mediation of teacher education, AARE 2004 International Education
Research Conference Paper Abstracts, Melbourne, Australia, EJ (2004)

DAVID R. COLE: CONFIDENTIAL

Cole, DR, The mediation of teacher education: Part one, Proceedings of the 2004 ATEA
National Conference Making Spaces: Regenerating the Profession, Charles Sturt
University, Bathurst, Australia, 313-323 (2004)
Cole, DR, Anti Oedipus in English Education, Proceedings to the First national conference for
teachers of English, University of Santa Fe, Argentina, 128-142 (2000)
Cole, DR, Technological literacies in urban contexts, Proceedings to social science research
conference, University of Oxford, UK, 327-341 (1999)
Cole, DR, The conceptual dimensions of the internet, Proceedings to national library
congress, University of St. Petersburg, Russia, 190-210 (1998)
Cole, DR, Freud and the problems of affect in technology, Virtual Futures, University of
Warwick, UK, 170-184 (1996)

Technical Reports
Cole, DR, Gannon, S., Ullman, J., & Rooney, P. Report for IBO: IB Programme: Theory of
Knowledge (TOK): Exploring learning outcomes, benefits, and perceptions,
International Baccalaureate Organization, Singapore, 1-115 (2014)
Cole, DR, Report on poverty and educational opportunities in urban shantytowns in Buenos
Aires, IIPE-UNESCO, Buenos Aires (101-192) (2011)
Collins, J., Jakubowicz, A., Pennycook, A., Ghosh, D., Cole, DR, Al-Momani, K., Hussain, J.,
& Chafic, W, Voices Shaping the Perspectives of Young Muslim Australians,
Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, University of Technology, Sydney,
123-154 (2010)
Cole, DR, Research for Literate Australia Project, Literate Australia, University of
Technology, Sydney, 23-41 (2009)
Cole, DR, Future Directions in Literacy Executive Report, Centre of Excellence in Literacy,
University of Tasmania, 45-67 (2007)
Cole, DR, Faculty of Education, University of Tasmanias response to the National Literacy
inquiry, National Inquiry into Literacy teaching, DEST, Canberra, 523-562 (2006)
Cole, DR, Faculty of Educations distance learning needs, Committee for Flexible Delivery,
Launceston, Tasmania, 1-35 (2005)
Cole, DR, Urban Students technological literacies: A Case study, Education research
technologies project, Sheffield, UK, 198-213 (1999)
Cole, DR, Literacy and technology in the arts, National Inquiry into the arts, University of
Warwick, UK, 310-341 (1997)
Major Creative Work
Cole, DR, A Mushroom of Glass, Sid Harta Publishers, Melbourne, 1-246 (2006)
Other Public Output
Cole, DR, Surviving Economic Crises through Education, keynote address at, Schools of
Tomorrow Beaconhouse Schools system Beach Luxury Hotel, Karachi,
November (2015)

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Cole, DR, The Cataclysm of the Corporate University: Some Critical-Theoretical Resources to
Challenge this Reality, Comparative Literature Association of the Republic of China,
Newsletter
No.
14
(2015.09).
Available
at:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9BlOqpLTzs3UC1ydDJDLVV4OUE/view (2015)
st

Cole, DR, Critical Thinking for the 21 Century in Malaysia, Colloquium and Workshops,
SEAMEO RECSAM (teacher education facility), Penang, Malaysia, July (2015)
Cole, DR, Education and the Future of Work white paper, Outcome of Ideas lab, University
th
of Western Sydney, Blacktown City Council, June 19 (2015)
st

Cole, DR, Critical thinking for the 21 Century, Staff PD for Northern Beaches Consortium of
Schools, Balgowlah Boys HS, June (2015)
Cole, DR, Structured language intervention for ESL learners, Staff PD Day for Fairfield
Intensive English College, Bankstown, May (2014)
Cole, DR, What is the image of thought? Notes on a Deleuzian critical-thinking-practice,
Keynote address at the Schizoanalytic Applications Research Collective (SARC):
Philosophy, Nonlinearity and the Migrations of Thought University of Wollongong,
February (2014)
Cole, DR, Surviving Economic Crises through Education, Keynote address at GUIDE
international conference, Athens, October (2013)
Cole, DR, Unearthing the Forces of Globalisation in Education, presentation for
Globalisation: Now (University of Western Sydney) July (2013)
Cole, DR, Traffic Jams: Analysing everyday life using the immanent materialism of Deleuze &
Guattari.
E-Book
published
by
Punctum
Books.
Available
at:
http://punctumbooks.com/titles/traffic-jams/ (2013)
Cole, DR, Educational Life-forms: Deleuzian Teaching and Learning Practice, Video
presentation for the journal Virtual/Actual (MMU University) located at:
http://www.hssr.mmu.ac.uk/deleuze-studies/journal/av-14/ (2012)
Cole, DR, Traffic Jams: Analysing everyday life using the immanent materialism of Deleuze &
Guattari, Video presentation for journal Virtual/Actual (MMU University) stored at:
http://vimeo.com/30166291
and
http://www.hssr.mmu.ac.uk/deleuzestudies/journal/av-13/ (2011)
Cole, DR, Wikileaks and Internet Public Access, ABC Radio interview for Connect Asia,
Sydney (2010)
Cole, DR, English to the World: Teaching Grammar Made Easy, The International Journal of
Language, Society and Culture, 22, 62 (2007)
Cole, DR, Techno-shamanism and Educational Research, Ashe! Journal of Experimental
Spirituality, Rebel Satori Press, Hulls Cove, ME, 6, 1 (2007)
Cole, DR, Rave culture and urban literacies, SBS Radio interview with Juan Miranda,
Melbourne (2007)
Cole, DR, A Mushroom of Glass and Colombia, SBS Radio interview with Juan Miranda,
Melbourne (2006)
Cole, DR, Techno-shamanism and Educational Research, Sage of Consciousness, Sage,
Literary E-Zine (www.sageofcon.org/ez7/nf/dc.htm) 4, 2 (2006)
Cole, DR, Magical realism and tropical difference, Epoch, 22 67-83 (1996)

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Cole, DR, A taste of South American writers, Epoch, 21 11-35 (1995)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
NCE
UWS
2013-2014

Editor of journal Knowledge Cultures

2013

Acting Head of Research

2012-

Thematic Leader for globalisation: Centre for Educational Research.

2012

Acting HDR Director

2012-2013

Review editor (articles) for Asia-Pacific Educational Researcher


(TAPER)

2012-2015

Honours Coordinator (M.Teach and B.Ed)

2012

Director of English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program

2012-

Review Board member (articles) for English in Australia

2012-

Member of the Centre for Educational Research (CER)

2012-

Member of the Strategic Secondary Education Research Program for


Greater Western Sydney (SSERP)

2009-

Editor of Educational Philosophy & Theory

UTS
2010-2012

Editor of Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education

2009-2011

Member of the academic group, Social and Political Change

2009

Leader of doctoral writing groups

2009

Collaborator on successful consultancy for civil and cosmopolitan


society research

2008-2011

Member of the Centre for Learning and Change

University of Tasmania
2007

Reviewer for journal Qualitative Research

2007

Book review editor for journal Language, Society and Culture

2005-2007

Assistant director of education research students

2004-2006

Director of B.Teach. in Launceston

2004-2006

B.Teach. Honours coordinator in Launceston

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2005

Co-organiser of International Conference on Critical Discourse


Analysis

2004-2005

Director of committee for Flexible Delivery

2004

Member of Teaching and Learning Committee

University of Warwick
1997-99

Member of education ethics committee

1996-1998

Organiser of technological literacies and the arts, review and


processes

1996-1997

Educational research committee member

1995-1996

Co-organiser for Virtual Futures conferences

Outside the University


2015 present

Academic member of Big History Institute (Macquarie University)

2010 - present

Core member of the Centre for Research into Multiple Literacies


(University of Ottawa)

2010

External PhD proposal reviewer (Macquarie University)

2007-2008

Member of Tasmanian Association for Teachers of English


(TATE)

2005-present

Member of Philosophy of Education Society of Australia

2004-2005

Member of Australian Association for Research in Education

2000-2003

Member of International Baccalaureate English Education


review committee (Argentina)

1996-1998

Review editor for journal Abstract Culture

1993-1994

English Education committee member at Javariana Universidad,


Bogot

TEACHING
NCE
100689

Education Research Thesis (2012-2015)

101475

Educational Research and Design (2012-2015)

101640

Pedagogies in Practice (2012-2014)

101398 & 101401

ESL Method 1 & 2 X (2012-

101398 & 101398

Secondary English Methods 1 & 2 X (2012-2014)

013069

English Teaching Methods 4 (2008-2011)


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013003

Evidence Based-Practice (2008-2011)

024213

English Education 3: Teaching ESL (2008-2011)

ESA 164 & 165

Curriculum and Method: Literacy/English 1A (2004-7)

ESA 162 & 163

Curriculum and Method Studies: K-6 1A (2004-7)

ESA 160 & 161

Professional Studies 1A (2005-7)

ESA 227

Curriculum and Method: Literacy/English 2A (2004-7)

ESA 262

Curriculum and Method Studies: K-6 2A (2004-7)

ESA 280 & 281

Bachelor of Teaching Honours (2004-6)

EPC 450

Curriculum Studies 4A: K-6 Literacy (2004-5)

EPC 350

Curriculum Studies 3A: K-6 Literacy (2004-5)

EDUCATION HONOURS SUPERVISIONS


NCE
2014
2010
2008
2007

2006

2005
2004

Analysis of the case for Ethical Understanding (EU) as an aspect of


the new Australian National Curriculum.
Lost in Translation: Case studies of NESB primary students in the
mainstream.
Links to Learning: Experiences of Sudanese High School Students at
a Homework Support Group
How three Tasmanian teachers use and respond to emotion in
secondary English classroom.
Reading self-perception and reading attitude.
The teaching of environmental controversies in Tasmanian
schools: Too hot to handle, or an opportunity to engage
students?
An investigation into the Roles of the Literacy Teacher in an
Affective Classroom.
An Investigation into Teacher preparedness for multicultural
Education in Tasmanian primary classrooms.
Action Strategies as Affective Strategies
The role of affectivity in the Critical Literacy classroom
An investigation into the theoretical influences and literacy
practices of grade four teachers
Teachers perceptions of Reading Recovery

Current Ph.D. supervisions


Name

Date
commenced

Supervision

Degree

Title

Alyaa Almasaud

06/07/2015

First

Ph.D.

Hoang Dang Tri

11/12/2014

First

Ph.D.

Elina Akhter

23/02/2015

Co-supervision

Ph.D.

The Effectiveness of Educational


Audio Materials on Kuwaiti
Students Learning English as a
Second Language
A Study of Content and Language
Integrated Learning in Higher
Education in Vietnam
Extensive Reading in the
Bangladeshi English Lessons: An
exploration into the EFL

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Suellen
Baile
Kackley-Keep

01/03/2015

First

Ph.D.

Marina Hinves

23/02/2015

First

Ed.D

Alaa Al-Hussein

16/02/2015

Co-supervision

Ph.D.

Maria
BarbagiannakosKattos

01/02/2015

First

Ph.D.

Alena Yusupova

23/02/14

Co-supervison

Ph.D.

Suzanne de Sousa

1/1/2013

First

Ph.D.

Classroom
Thinking Literacy, Learning
Literacy - Assessing and Teaching
Metacognitive Skills to Tasmanian
Senior Secondary Students
The Role of Theory of Knowledge
(TOK) as a Foundation for
Thematic Exploration and Practical
Application within the Visual Arts
IBDP Course
Writing Instruction through
Reading Argumentative Discourse:
A Pedagogical Metadiscoursal
Method
Reconciliatory Education Reform
Issues: The Case of Cyprus

Using virtual worlds to develop


skills in T.E.S.O.L.
Genre Mixing in Undergraduate
Nursing Texts

Research Supervision (Graduands)


Name

Degree Completed Supervision Commenced Ceased Title

31/12/10

Beyond the wire: Levinas vis-vis Villawood: A Study of


Emmanuel Levinass
Philosophy as an Ethical
Paradigm for People Seeking
Asylum

Co-Supervisor 18/5/2005

27/11/2008

Key Factors in the Use of ICT


in Primary School Classrooms

21/9/2008

Co-supervisor

20/9/2008

Information Literacy- A
Neglected Essential Learning

Ph.D.

18/3/2007

Co-Supervisor 24/4/2004

17/3/2007 Sexual Health Issues in


Adolescents- An Examination
of the Discourses of Sexuality
Within Health Education

Ph.D.

23/5/2007

Co-Supervisor 3/8/2004

22/5/2007 Willendorf ReadingsPost/Linguistic Praxis for


Education

Devorah Wainer

Ph.D.

30/6/10

First

Ivan Leslie Webb

Ph.D.

23/11/2008

Rodney James Linhart Ph.D.


Joanne Winckle

Linda Ann Rosendahl

1/3/06

8//3/2005

PROFESSIONAL REFEREES
NCE
Professor Margaret Somerville (supervisor)
Director of Centre for Educational Research
University of Western Sydney
K.J.1.26 (Kingswood)
Tel: 00 61 2 4736 0258
Email: Margaret.somerville@uws.edu.au
Professor Andrew Jakubowicz (ex-supervisor)
Social and Political Change Group
UTS - CB10.05.427
Tel: 00 61 2 9514 2332
Email: Andrew.Jakubowicz@uts.edu.au

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Professor John Williamson (Dean)


School of Education
University of Tasmania
Tel: 00 61 3 6324 3294
Email: John.Williamson@utas.edu.au
Professor John Baldacchino (PhD supervisor)
Chair of Arts Education
School of Education
University of Dundee
Nethergate Dundee
Scotland DDI 4HN
Tel: 00 44 1382 381495
Email: j.baldacchino@dundee.ac.uk
Professor Diana Masny (international colleague)
University of Ottawa
Faculty of Education
145 Jean-Jacques Lussier
Ottawa ON K1N 6N5
Telephone: (613) 562-5800, poste/ext. 4142
Email: dmasny@uottawa.ca

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