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Amy Mulvenna

Charles Dickens Primary School

Amy is a teacher and researcher invested in arts-based, creative approaches to mapping praxis and participatory research with children and young people. Her recently completed PhD project is titled ‘Playing with Place: everyday politics and children’s creative mapping praxis in Belfast,’ and offers novel insights into children’s everyday political practices and geographies in what remains an ostensibly divided society. Pivotal to her research design and methodology is the child’s right to take part in creative activity; to know and understand their culture and that of others in a divided society, specifically where it relates their personal geographies. Amy’s specific areas of research interests intersect children’s geographies and critical approaches to children’s literature, more-than representational mappings, minor theory and thingness. She is also co-creator and content coordinator of London South Art Hub: a free online learning research for educators, children and young people, which aims to widen access to quality Art education for all. 

Amy Mulvenna's contributions

Building a Curriculum for a Sustainable Future

Online registration for this event has now closed, please email to register.   #BERA_Sustainability There is no time like the present to look at our world as it is. This...

Past event18 Mar 2021