Acker, A., & Nyland, B. (2017). Music as a platform for intercultural understanding: early childhood curriculum and a growing neoliberal imperative. In: Intercultural Studies of Curriculum Theory, Policy and Practice, Cham, Switzerland.

Bodén, L. (2017). Going with the affective flows of digital school absence text messages. Learning, Media And Technology, 42(4), 406-419. doi:10.1080/17439884.2017.1247859

Borovica, T. (2017). Dancing the Strata: Investigating Affective Flows Between Moving/Dancing Bodies in the Exploration of Bodily (Un)Becoming. In Qualitative Inquiry. First Published (Online) Dec 11, 2017.

Crimmins, G. Theatricalising Narrative Research on Women Casual Academics. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

McGraw, Kelli (2017) Identity formation: Consumerism and popular culture. In Gobby, Brad & Walker, Rebecca (Eds.) Powers of Curriculum: Sociological Perspectives on Education. Oxford University Press, pp. 243-266.

Nyland, B.,&  Acker, A. (2017). Early childhood teacher training: music and a transnational experience In: Proceedings of the 17th International Seminar of the International Society for Music Education Commission on Early Childhood Music Education, Ede, The Netherlands, 17-22 July 2016.

Our very own Emma Renold has also published the future of Sex and Relationship Education in Wales. Lots of our colleagues cited here …

Renold, E., & McGeeney, E. (2017) Informing the Future Sex and Relationships Education Curriculum in Wales. Cardiff University.