Teresa Carapeto

Research degree: PhD
Principal supervisor: Professor Amy Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles
Co-supervisor: Professor Lexi Lasczik

Thesis title: Relations as Nature in Steiner Waldorf Teacher Practice and its Transcendence into the Classroom and Beyond
Research interests and teaching expertise: Sustainability and Indian medieval history.


Lisa Siegel

Research degree: PhD
Principal supervisor: Professor Amy Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles
Co-supervisor: Dr Anne Bellert, Professor Lexi Lasczik

Thesis title: Moving towards the Gynocene: exploring the life experiences of women environmentalists
Research interests and teaching expertise: Environmental education, gender and feminist theory, collective biography, postqualitative inquiry, posthumanisms/new materialisms


Yaw Ofosu Asare

Research degree: PhD
Principal supervisor: Professor Lexi Lasczik
Co-supervisor: Dr Angela Turner

Thesis title: Decolonising Design Education in Ghana (Sankofa): Exploring Ghanaian Indigenous Knowledge in Developing an Authentic and Sustainable Cultural Curriculum Resource for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)
Research interests and teaching expertise: Design philosophy, Decolonisation design, African design systems, Educational Policy, Curriculum resource, Aesthetics and Design Theories, E-learning UI/UX, Instructional Design models

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