SCU Staff Directory
Dr Melissa Wolfe
GradDipEd, MEd(Monash), PhD(Monash)
Current Appointment: Senior Lecturer
Organisational Unit: Faculty of Education
Campus: Coffs Harbour
Dr Melissa Wolfe is a Senior Lecturer who is a specialist in Creative Arts education, Media Arts education, New Materialism and Posthuman Theory, Affect Theory and Creative Research Methodologies. Her research method of re/active documentary focuses on affirming affective pedagogies and promoting equity. Her accolades include, the International Visual Sociology Association Prosser ECR award (2016), the Australian Association for Research in Education ECR Award (2016), the Mollie Holman award for best education thesis (2016) Monash University, and a commendation award from the Australian Association of Educational Research (2017). She pragmatically thinks with Karen Barad’s (2007) theory of agential realism as a conceptual framework. Her filmic research and publications are available on her academic website affectionsthatmatter.com.au.