Faculty of Education
Simon Fraser University
Lynn Fels is Assistant Professor
in Arts Education at Simon Fraser University. Lynn is the
Academic Editor of Educational Insights. Her research
interests are in performative inquiry, arts education, performative
writing, teacher education, and curriculum design. Specifically,
she is interested in exploring issues of leadership, learning
through the arts across the curriculum, arts for social change,
the exploratory spaces that emerge through performance. Key
L. and Beliveau, G. (2008). Exploring curriculum:
Performative inquiry, role drama and learning. Vancouver,
BC: Pacific Education Press.
L. (2004). Complexity, Teacher Education and the Restless
Jury: Pedagogical Moments of Performance Complicity:
An International Journal of Complexity and Education. 1(1),
L. (2003). Performance, Place & Possibility: Curricular
Landscapes, Curricular Songs. In Wanda Hrren, & Erika
Hasebe-Ludt (eds.), Curriculum Intertext: Place/Language/Pedagogy. Peter
Fels, L. (2002). Spinning Straw
into Gold: Curriculum, Performative Literacy and Student
Empowerment. English Quarterly.
Fels, L. & McGivern, L.
Play through Performative Inquiry: Intercultural Recognitions. In
G. Braeurer (ed.), Body and language: Intercultural
learning through drama. Greenwood Academic
Fels, L. (1998). In
the Wind, Clothes Dance on a Line. JCT: Journal
of Curriculum Theory. 14(1), 27-36.