Dr Rhiannon Firth


NameDr Rhiannon Firth
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-3280-0147
Job titleResearch Fellow
Email addressr.firth@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteSchool of Education & Communities

Research outputs

From the Unlearned Un-Man to a Pedagogy without Moulding: Stirner, consciousness raising, and the production of difference

Firth, R. and Robinson, A. 2017. From the Unlearned Un-Man to a Pedagogy without Moulding: Stirner, consciousness raising, and the production of difference. in: Haworth, Robert and Elmore, John M. (ed.) 'Out of the Ruins’: The Emergence of New Radical Informal Learning Spaces Oakland, CA, USA PM Press. pp. 56-73

Somatic pedagogies: Critiquing and resisting the affective discourse of the neoliberal state from an embodied anarchist perspective.

Firth, R. 2016. Somatic pedagogies: Critiquing and resisting the affective discourse of the neoliberal state from an embodied anarchist perspective. Ephemera: Theory and Politics in Organization. 16 (4), pp. 121-142.

For a Revival of Feminist Consciousness Raising: Horizontal Transformation of Epistemologies and Transgression of Neoliberal TimeSpace

Firth, R. 2016. For a Revival of Feminist Consciousness Raising: Horizontal Transformation of Epistemologies and Transgression of Neoliberal TimeSpace. Gender and Education. 28 (3), pp. 343-358. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540253.2016.1166182

Evaluation of a non-statutory ‘Place of Calm’, a service which provides support after a suicidal crisis to inform future commissioning intentions

Briggs, S., Finch, J. and Firth, R. 2016. Evaluation of a non-statutory ‘Place of Calm’, a service which provides support after a suicidal crisis to inform future commissioning intentions. School of Education & Communities, University of East London.

Future(s) Perfect: uchronian mapping as a research and visualisation tool in the fringes of the Olympic Park

Firth, R., Ferrei, Mara and Lang, Andreas 2016. Future(s) Perfect: uchronian mapping as a research and visualisation tool in the fringes of the Olympic Park. Livingmaps Review. 1 (1).

Monsters Take to the Streets! Monstrous Street-Art as Pedagogy of Resistance to Post-Olympic Regeneration in Hackney Wick?

Firth, R. 2016. Monsters Take to the Streets! Monstrous Street-Art as Pedagogy of Resistance to Post-Olympic Regeneration in Hackney Wick? in: Munteán, László and Post, Hans Christian (ed.) Landscapes of Monstrosity Inter-Discipinary Press.

Critical Cartography

Firth, R. 2015. Critical Cartography. The Occupied Times of London.

Critical cartography as anarchist pedagogy? Ideas for praxis inspired by the 56a infoshop map archive

Firth, R. 2014. Critical cartography as anarchist pedagogy? Ideas for praxis inspired by the 56a infoshop map archive. Interface : a journal for and about social movements. 16 (1), pp. 156-184.

Toward a Critical Utopian and Pedagogical Methodology

Firth, R. 2013. Toward a Critical Utopian and Pedagogical Methodology. Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies. 35 (4), pp. 256-276.

For the past yet to come: Utopian conceptions of time and becoming

Firth, R. and Robinson, Andrew 2013. For the past yet to come: Utopian conceptions of time and becoming. Time & Society.

TRANSGRESSING URBAN UTOPANISM: AUTONOMY AND ACTIVE DESIRE

Firth, R. 2012. TRANSGRESSING URBAN UTOPANISM: AUTONOMY AND ACTIVE DESIRE. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography. 94 (2), pp. 89-106.

Utopian Politics: Citizenship and Practice

Firth, R. 2011. Utopian Politics: Citizenship and Practice. Abingdon, Oxon and New York, NY Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
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