Affections that matter is the project research home for the work of Dr. Melissa Wolfe, Monash University lecturer and creative educational researcher. As research continues, new work and different digital media will be listed on the projects page.

Melissa’s research in high schools utilizes a creative filmic research methodology, engaging with theories of affect, that takes account of gender, socio-economic status and public pedagogical practice. She pragmatically thinks with Karen Barad’s (2007) theory of agential realism as a conceptual framework.

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