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Emma Schuberg Barnes is a PhD researcher in social sciences and technologies. She is also an artist and educator, holding a Bachelor of Art Education (Hons) from the University of New South Wales. She has broad interests in the interplay between contemporary societies and rapidly evolving digital technologies. Her interdisciplinary PhD project pursues understanding and communicating complexities of the techno-human; specifically, the project’s focus is on how digital technologies (re)inform human agency, practices and systems in work and recreation on Darwin Harbour. Other recent critical embodied learning that has been based in northern Australia includes curating public performance art, managing transcultural creative projects, and teaching high school visual arts. She is a co-author on publications that address notions of embodied experience and research into lived-resiliences. Emma is a member of the TopEndSTS research group.
Papatraianou, L. H., Strangeways, A., Beltman, S. & Schuberg, E. L., 17 Nov 2018, In: Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice. 24, 8, p. 893-914 22 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review