Associate Professor David Cole

  

Biography

David R Cole is Associate Professor in Literacies, English and ESL. Before becoming a university lecturer in 2004, David was an international English teacher for eleven years, working in Egypt, Colombia and the UK. Since 2004, he has held teacher education positions at the University of Tasmania and the University of Technology, Sydney. In that time he has directed Bachelor of Teaching courses, been responsible for the Honours course, lead doctoral writing groups and initiated distance learning programs. At UWS, he is currently a member of the Centre for Educational Research.

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Research Interests

David researches in the fields of affective literacy, multiple literacies theory (MLT) and multiliteracies; where he applies Deleuzian theory to open up and examine pertinent questions in education. He has recently been looking at the voices that influence young Muslims in Australia and immigrant family literacies. David is interested in RHD supervision in the areas of Literacies, English studies, ESL and TESOL, etc.

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Research Books

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)

 

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Publications

Edited Books

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 (2009)

Masny, D & Cole, DR, Multiple Literacies Theory: A Deleuzian Perspective, Sense Publishers (2009)

Edited Journal Editions

Cole, DR, 'The Future of Educational Materialism', Special Edition of Educational Philosophy & Theory, Blackwell-Wiley (Forthcoming)

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 Issue of Educational Philosophy & Theory, Volume 43, Issue 6, Blackwell-Wiley (August, 2011)

Refereed Articles

Cole, DR, 'Matter in Motion: The Educational Materialism of Gilles Deleuze', Educational Philosophy and Theory, (Online pre-publication and In press).

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 re-evaluating 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)

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)

Book Chapters

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, 105-1242 (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, 116-133 (2009)

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)

Technical Reports

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)

Major Creative Work

Cole, DR, A Mushroom of Glass, Sid Harta Publishers, Melbourne, 1-246 (2006)

Other Public Output

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 (2011) and http://www.hssr.mmu.ac.uk/deleuze-studies/journal/av-13/

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) 

 

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Research Grants

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)


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