An Ekphrastic Poem for Phiona Stanley: Crafting a DIY Campervan and Crafting Embodied, Gendered Identity Performances in a Hyper-masculine Environment

Keywords: review, ekphrastic poem

Abstract

The following is an ekphrastic review of Phiona Stanley’s article in this issue: Crafting a DIY Campervan and Crafting Embodied, Gendered Identity Performances in a Hyper-masculine Environment.

Author Biography

James Burford, La Trobe University

James Burford calls the Canterbury region in Aotearoa New Zealand home. He is currently a Lecturer in the Graduate Research School at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia. Prior to his employment at La Trobe, James worked as a Lecturer in the Faculty of Learning Sciences and Education at Thammasat University in Thailand, as well as in the community sector as a diversity educator and youthworker. James’ research field is higher education. His scholarly attachments range from academic writing and doctoral education, to conferences and academic mobilities. Alongside Emily Henderson, James edits the academic blog Conference Inference.

References

Stanley, P. (2019). Crafting a DIY campervan and crafting embodied, gendered identity performances in a hyper-masculine environment. Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal 4(1), 351-381.

Published
2019-02-27