Dr Marguerite Muller
Position
Senior Lecturer
Department
School of Education Studies
Address
School of Education Studies
IB 5
UFS
Telephone
051/401-9683
Office
Winkie Direko Building 109
Information

Short CV

Publications

2020

Müller, M. 2019. Having fun seriously matters: A visual arts-based narrative of methodological inventiveness. Journal of Education, 78, pp. 43 - 57 10.17159/2520-9868/i78a03

2020

Müller, M. & Mockie, A. Portraits of Social Justice: The role of the arts in raising critical consciousness in higher education. In M. Crul, L, Dick, H. Ghorashi and A. Velenzuela Jr (Eds) Scholarly Engagement and Decolonisation (pp. 301 – 322). Sun Media: Stellenbosch.

 

2020

Müller, M., Kruger, F. J., Mokoena, N., & Lekoala, N. 2019. Pedagogy is a messy affair: a performative narrative of being new. Special Issue: What do Pedagogies produce? Qualitative Inquiry

2019

Xie, T., Jacobs, L., & Müller, M. The Experiences of East Asian Students Studying at English Medium Universities: A South African Case Study. Global Education in Practice: Teaching, Researching, and Citizenship. Proceedings of the 17th Annual International Conference of the Bulgarian Comparative Education Society (BCES) Global Education in Practice: Teaching, Researching, and Citizenship, pp. 57 – 63. 978-619-7326-07-9

2019

Müller, M. Inside a Box: Using Objects to Collaboratively Narrative Educator Experiences of Transformation in Higher Education. Educational Research for Social Change (8), pp 54-69

2019

Dick, L., Kruger, F. J., Müller, M. & Mockie, A. 2019. Transformative Pedagogy as Academic Performance: #ShimlaPark as a Plane of Immanence. Cultural Studies ? Critical Methodologies 19(2), pp. 84 – 90

 

2019

 

Eliastam, J., Müller, J. C., Müller, M., Trahar, S., 2019. Fictionalisation and Research. In J.C. Müller, S. Trahar & J. Eliastam (Eds) Unfolding narratives of Ubuntu in Southern Africa. Routledge: New York.

 

2019

Müller, M. Little we know of each other. Cultural Studies ? Critical Methodologies (19), pp. 39 -42. DOI: 10.1177/1532708617750991

 

2018

Müller, M., Motai, C., Nkopane, M., Mofokeng, T., Lephatsoe, N., Mouton, R. Working toward a socially just curriculum in South Africa: A collaborative autobiographical narrative inquiry. Journal of Education (75), pp 85 – 101

 

2018

Müller, M. A critical arts-based narrative of five educators working in higher education during an era of transformation in South Africa. Journal of Education (72), pp 89 - 104

 

 

2017

 

Francis, D. A., Reygan, F., Brown, A., Dlamini, B., McAlister, J., Nogela, L., Mosime, S. T., Müller, M. & Thani, G. T. Q., 2017. A five country study of gender and sexuality diversity in schooling in Southern Africa. Africa Education Review, ISSN: 181466277

 

2017

Müller, M. Are you happy now? A fictional narrative exploration of educator experiences in highereducation during the time of #FeesMustFall. Education as Change, 21(2), pp. 208 – 236

 

2017

Müller, J.C., and Müller, M. Die gebruik van fiksie vir die ontwikkeling en optekening van navorsing in die sosiale wetenskappe. LitNet Akademies 14(2) (ISSN 1995-5928), Available at: http://www.litnet.co.za/die-gebruik-van-fiksie-vir-die-ontwikkeling-en-optekening-van-navorsing-die-sosiale-wetenskappe/

 

2010

Müller, M. 2010. The global and local functions of English in South Korea. HUFS International Journal of Foreign Studies, 2(2): pp. 53-65. (ISSN 2005-2464).

 

2009

Müller, M. 2009. Alternatives for English Language Assessment in South Korea. TESOL Review: Field Reports of English Language Teaching, 1(1): pp. 5-27 (ISSN 2093-2294).

 

Area(s) of Interest

Arts-based inquiry

Narrative inquiry

Post-Qualitative inquiry

Educator Subjectivity

Arts Education

Social Justice

Decolonisation  

 

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FACULTY CONTACT

Shereen Motaung
T: + 27 51 401 2245

E: motaungsk@ufs.ac.za
E: eduinfo@ufs.ac.za

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