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Article

Albin-Clark, J, Latto, L, Hawxwell, L and Ovington, J A (2021) Becoming-with response-ability: How does diffracting posthuman ontologies with multi-modal sensory ethnography spark a multiplying femifesta/manifesta of noticing, attentiveness and doings in relation to mundane politics and more-than-human pedagogies of response-ability? entanglements. experiments in multi-modal ethnography, 4 (2). pp. 21-30. ISSN 2516-5860

Conference or Workshop Item

Ovington, J A and Albin-Clark, J (2021) ‘It’s this 1 thing that got me trippin’: Feeling-with and Thinking-with the Affect of Songs as Visitations. In: European Congress Qualitative Inquiry 2022, 01-05 Feb 2022, Online.

Ovington, Julie and Roberts, Nicola (2021) Putting New Materialist and Posthuman theory to work in Bystander Evaluations: A Diffracted Reading. In: British Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Crime and Harm: Challenges of Social and Global Justice, 7-9 July 2021, Online. (Unpublished)

Roberts, Nicola, Ovington, Julie and Marsh, Heaven (2021) A Qualitative ‘Evaluation’ of the Bystander Project: the problem of binaries. In: CASS Lecture Series, 17 March 2021, University of Sunderland. Available at: https://www.sunderland.ac.uk/more/research/thematic-research-areas/social-sciences/public-lectures/public-lectures-202021-recordings/. (Unpublished)

Other

Ovington, J A, Albin-Clark, J, Hawxwell, L and Latto, L (2022) ‘Matter matters’: Knowledge-ing with kin through. UNSPECIFIED.

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