The research I do is informed by Complexity theory, (e.g., Prigogine), Pragmatism (e.g., Dewey, Mead), Emergentism (e.g., Bergson), Poststructural theory (e.g., Foucault, Derrida), and Contemporary Political theory (e.g., Rancière, Mouffe).

I use these theoretical frames to explore issues of subjectivity, representation, difference, inclusion, empowerment and democracy in educational contexts.

I am at present using "relational" logic to theorise normative educational action. In this regard I am particularly interested in the directionality of normative action and whether such directionality can be understood in anything other than teleologi…

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