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Annouchka Bayley

Position/Status

Assistant Professor 

E-mail Address

acb218@cam.ac.uk

Phone

+ 44 (0)1223

Qualifications

  • BA Hons, SOAS.
  • MRes, Warwick
  • PhD, Warwick

Membership of Professional Bodies/Associations

  • Senior Fellow Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)

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Profile

Annouchka is the Chair of the Arts and Creativities Research Group and leads the Arts, Creativities and Education MPhil programme as co-ordinator.  Annouchka’s work situates artistic research, posthuman and new materialist philosophies and post-qualitative methodologies, within higher education pedagogical development that seek to find urgent modes of response to 21st century issues.

She attained her PhD at Warwick University and previously trained in the Jacques Lecoq method of theatre, going on to teach at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and becoming an Emerging Director at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Previously, she has held positions at both the Royal College of Art and King’s College London.

Her forthcoming & most recent publications include:

Bayley, A and Wiltshire, H. (forthcoming article 2022) In/visible Technoscience: Feminist New Materialisms for (Post)Pandemic Digital Pedagogies. Ed. Atenas, J. Learning, Media and Technology

Bayley, A. and Chan, J.J (forthcoming book 2022) Diffracting New Materialisms: Emerging methods for Artistic Research.  Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Bayley, A. (forthcoming chapter 2022) The Heart of Research. Eds Burnard, P. et al. Doing Rebellious Research: Performing Difference in and beyond the Academy. Leiden: Brill / I-Sense 

Bayley, A (2022. forthcoming chapter) Turning Divides into New Diffractive Practices: Re-imagining the digital as a new form of materiality for postpandemic education. Eds. Carrigan, M and Robertson, S. The Post-pandemic University Abingdon: Routledge

Bayley, A (2021) Digital & Decolonial Diffractions of Race and Materiality for (Post)Pandemic Education. Eds. Flynn, S and Marotta, M. Critical Pedagogy: Teaching for Racial Inclusion in the Digital Age; Abingdon: Routledge

Bayley, A (2021) Stranger Things, Secret Cinema and the Transmateriality of Touch in Ed Bayley, A  On Diffraction, Performance Research 25.6. 

Bayley, A (2021) Diffraction for Performance Research: A New Materialist Approach to Theory/Practice. Ed. Bayley, A. Performance Research vol 25.6. (See below for full list)


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Research Topics

  • Artistic research, practice-based and practice-as-research
  • New Materialisms and Posthuman education development
  • New writing, devising and performance in education
  • Affect, sense and body in the entanglement of onto-epistemologies
  • Environmental, ecological and (non)anthropocenic considerations of pedagogy
  • Fictioning and mythopoesis
  • Decolonial epistemologies for education
  • Posthuman technologies for education (considering virtual and augmented realities)
  • Postqualitative research practice for higher education
  • Interrogating multi/inter/trans-disciplinarities for educational development

Prospective PhD Applications

I will be supervising PhD students and am open to applications.


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Teaching

  • Postgraduate
    • Arts, Creativities and Education MPhil (Lead Co-ordinator)
    • Pathways to Research Doctoral Training Programme (Lead Co-cordinator)

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Publications

Monograph:
Bayley, A. (2018) Posthuman Pedagogy in Practice: Arts based approaches for developing participatory futures. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Edited Books:
Bayley, A. and Chan, J.J (forthcoming 2022). Diffracting New Materialisms: Emerging methods for Artistic Research. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Taylor, C and Bayley, A (2019) Posthumanism and Higher Education. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Guest Edited Journals:

Bayley, A. (2020) On Diffraction. Performance Research 25.6.

Bayley, A and Taylor, C (2018) Posthuman Pedagogy. Parallax 88.

Chapters in Edited Books:

Bayley, A (2022. forthcoming) The Heart of Research. Eds Burnard, P. et al. Doing Rebellious Research: Performing Difference in and beyond the Academy. Leiden: Brill Publishers.

Bayley, A (2022. forthcoming) Turning Divides into New Diffractive Practices: Re-imagining the digital as a new form of materiality for postpandemic education. Eds. Carrigan, M and Robertson, S. The Post-pandemic University. Abingdon: Routledge.

Bayley, A (2021. forthcoming) Digital & Decolonial Diffractions of Race and Materiality for (Post)Pandemic Education. Eds. Flynn, S and Marotta, M. Critical Pedagogy: Teaching for Racial Inclusion in the Digital Age London: Abingdon: Routledge


Bayley, A (2019) How Did We Become Human in the First Place?: Entanglements of Posthumanism and Critical Pedagogy for the 21st Century. In Eds. Taylor, C. A and Bayley, A. Posthumanism and Education. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bayley, A (2015) Troubling Critical Management Studies with Theatre and Performance Practice: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Curriculum Design in ed. Perselli, V. Education, Theory and Global Change: Interdisciplinary perspectives on the role of theory in doctoral research. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bayley, A. (2013) On (Dis)locating the Trans-cultural through Performance: A Practice-as-research investigation into Dual heritage experience in the UK in ed. Munro, J. Spaces of Dislocation. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Articles in Journals:

Bayley, A (2020) Diffraction for Performance Research: A New Materialist Approach to Theory/Practice. Ed. Bayley, A. Performance Research vol 25.6.

Bayley, A (2020) Stranger Things, Secret Cinema and the Transmateriality of Touch. Performance Research vol 25.6.

Bayley, A (2019) Anthropocenic Wreckages:Diffracting Bodies that Haunt Across Time. Performance Research Vol. 24.5.

Bayley, A. (2018) Posthumanism, Decoloniality and Pedagogy. In eds. Bayley, A. and Taylor, C. A. parallax 88.

Bayley, A. (2016) Transforming Higher Education: Towards posthumanists strategies of teaching and learning in eds. Allsopp , R and Hiltbrunner, M. Performance Research 21.6.

Bayley, A. (2013) Elemental Journeys: A domestic ice-cube’s journey to transformation in ed. Gough, R. Performance Research 18.6