Jeanette Hannaford PhD is a Research Fellow at the Griffith Institute of Educational Research, Griffith University, Australia. This is a space to gather together some less formal writing about literacy, teaching & learning, and people, large and small, who move around the world.
Jeanette’s academic research and writing investigates the intersecting spaces of language and literacy, teaching and learning, and digital culture, across home and school spaces, particularly in the lives of globally mobile young people. Her doctoral thesis was entitled: Technology, Home and Gender: The Literacies of Third Culture Kids.
Jeanette has published in Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics in Education, Literacy, Journal of Research in International Education, International Schools Journal and elsewhere. Recent conference presentations include:
Hannaford, J. (2016). ‘H/home(s) as They Range: The Digital and Cultural Worlds of Globally Mobile Children’. Paper presented at the 52nd International Conference of the United Kingdom Literacy Association, Bristol, UK.
Hannaford, J. (2016). ‘Cultural Beat-Ups and Mash-Ups: Stories of Globally Mobile Children.’ Paper presented at the Literacy, Language and Identity Conference, Centre for the Study of Literacies, Sheffield University, UK.
Hannaford, J. (2016). ‘International Girls Versus International Boys: Constructions of Gendered Worlds in Cross-Cultural Settings’. Paper presented at the World Educational Research Association Annual Focal Meeting (held in association with 2016 AERA Annual Meeting) Washington D.C., USA.
Hannaford, J. (2016). ‘Girls Versus Boys? Future Proofing Against a Gendered World.’ Paper presented at the 2016 Global Summit on Childhood, Association for Childhood Education International, San José, Costa Rica.
Hannaford, J. (2014). ‘Here, There, Everywhere. Tracing the Contrapuntal Lines of Allegiance and Belonging for Globally Mobile Children – Home, Country, Digital Space.’ Paper presented at Space, Literacies & Culture Conference, Centre for the Study of Literacies, Sheffield University, UK.
Hannaford, J., & Beavis, C. (2014). ‘Children’s Networked Lives: Belonging in Worlds Within Worlds.’ Paper presented at the 2014 Global Summit of Childhood, Association for Childhood Education International, Vancouver, Canada.
Hannaford, J. (2012). ‘Exploring Discourses: Third Culture Kids Digital Lives.’ Paper presented at the 20th International Conference on Computers in Education, Singapore.