Publications

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Aaron Knochel

Aaron Knochel

Assistant Professor of Art Education, School of Visual Arts

Recent Publications

Knochel, A. (2017). DigiFab kits: Mini mobile makerspace design in the arts curriculum. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 8(1), 52-56.

Sinha, S., Rieger, K., Knochel, A. & Meisel, N. (2017). Design and preliminary evaluation of a deployable mobile makerspace for informal additive manufacturing education. 2017 Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium Proceedings (SFF Symp 2017). Austin, TX.

Knochel, A. (2017). Encountering wicked problems. NYS ASCD Journal, 42(1), 39-44.

Patton, R., & Knochel, A. (2017). Meaningful makers: Stuff, sharing and connection in STEAM curriculum. Art Education, 70(1), 36-43.

Knochel, A. (2017). Ground control to Major Tom: Satellite seeing, GPS drawing, and (outer)space. In R. Shin (Ed.), Convergence of Contemporary Art Education, Visual Culture, and Global Civic Engagement (pp. 264-277). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Knochel, A. (2016). DIY prosthetics: Digital fabrication and participatory culture. Art Education, 69(5), 7-13.

Kimberly Powell Headshot

Kimberly Powell

Associate Professor of Education (Language, Culture & Society), Art Education, and Asian Studies

Books

Burnard, P., Ross, V., Mackinlay, E., Powell, K., Dragovic, T. & Minors, H.J. (Eds.). (2017). Building interdisciplinary and intercultural bridges: Where practice meets research and theory (pp. 142-149). E-book, open access Online Publication by BIBACC available through www.bibacc.org

Burnard, P., Mackinlay, E., & Powell, K. (Eds). (2016). The Routledge International Handbook of Intercultural Arts Research. Available for order through https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-International-Handbook-of-Intercultural-Arts-Research/Burnard-Mackinlay-Powell/p/book/9781138909939

Selected Articles and Chapters

Powell, K. (2017). StoryWalking: Place-based narratives of identity, history and interculturality in San Jose Japantown, USA. In Burnard, P., Ross, V., Mackinlay, E., Powell, K., Dragovic, T. & Minors, H.J. (Eds.). Building interdisciplinary and intercultural bridges: Where practice meets research and theory (pp. 142-149). E-book, open access Online Publication by BIBACC available through www.bibacc.org

Powell, K. (2016). Multimodal mapmaking: Working toward an entangled methodology of place. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 47(4), 402-420.

Burnard, P., McKinley, L. & Powell, K. (Eds.) (2016). The Routledge international handbook of intercultural arts. London: Routledge.

Powell, K. & Schulte, C. (2016). “Radical Hospitality”: Food + drink as intercultural exchange. In P. Burnard, L. McKinley, & K. Powell (Eds.), The Routledge international handbook of intercultural arts (pp. 238-247). London: Routledge

Powell, K. (2015). Breathing photography: Prosthetic encounters in research-creation. Qualitative Inquiry,21(6), 529-538.

Powell, K. & Serriere, S. (2013). Image-based participatory pedagogies: Reimagining social justice.International Journal of Education & The Arts 14(15), 1-27.

Powell, K. (2012). Composing sound identity in taiko drumming. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 43(1), 101-119

Powell, K. & LaJevic, L. (2011). Emergent places in pre-service art teaching: Lived curriculum, relationality and embodied knowledge. Studies in Art Education, 53(1), 35-52.

Powell, K. (2010). Making sense of place: Mapping as a multisensory research method. Qualitative Inquiry,16(7), 539-555

Powell, K. (2008). ReMapping the city: Palimpsest, place, and identity in art education research. Studies in Art Education, 50(1), 6-21.

Cristin Millett

Cristin Millett

Professor of Art

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
2017 Linden, Grace. “Refracting the Clinical Gaze: Cristin Millett’s Obstetrical Sculptures.” Peripheral Vision: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Visual Arts, Issue No. 2, January 2017. http://www.peripheralvisionarts.org/journal/cristin-millett-grace-linden

2016 Dustman, Emily and Edison Ilan. “Cristin Millett.”  E-Squared Magazine, Issue No. 1, Fall 2016: 53-58.

2016 Marshall, Amy Milgrub. “Sculptor’s installations address attitudes about female body, sexuality.” Penn State News. Tues. 04 Oct. 2016. http://news.psu.edu/story/429436/2016/10/04/research/sculptors-installat...

2010 Bloch, Jessica.  “Body and Soul: Artist Finds Inspiration in Anatomy for University of Maine Exhibit.”  Bangor Daily News [Bangor, ME] 13 Feb 2010.

2009 Jones, Richard.  “Fitton Center Exhibit Explores Personal Identity.”  Journal News [Hamilton, Ohio] 18 Jan 2009, section C

2008 Garoian, Charles and Yvonne Gaudelius.  Spectacle Pedagogy.  Albany: State University of New York, 2008.

2007 Green, Roger. “Artists Stir Mental Stimulation, Exhibits Address Variety of Issues, Some Sensitive.” Ann Arbor News [Ann Arbor, MI] 6 

2007 Piché, Thomas E., Jr., Charlotta Kotik, Rand Carter, and Margaret Mathews Berenson. Sculpture Space: The Book. Utica: Brodock Press, 2007.

2006 Campello, Lenny. “Exhibit Review: Cristin Millett’s Teatro Anatomico – Sex, Art and the Body.” http://dcartnews.blogspot.com/2006/05/cristin-millett-at-arlington-arts.htm

PUBLISHED WRITINGS
Millett, Cristin. "The Uncanny (Un)Reality of Krista Hoefle." Uncanny Congruencies. Ed. Micaela A. Amato. 
University Park: Penn State Univ, 2013. 56-61. Print.