Dr. Anna Hickey-Moody is a lecturer in Gender and Cultural Studies at Sydney. Anna taught at Monash University and the University of South Australia before joining the Department in 2009. Her research interests lie at the intersection of cultural studies and the sociology of youth. Anna has a background in performance studies and, as such, her work features philosophical approaches to aesthetics and arts based research methods. She is currently completing a book based on her postdoctoral research, which was an investigation into the arts practices of young people at risk of leaving school early. Her empirical research for this project involved lower socio-economic students and refugee students who were statically considered at risk of leaving school early. Anna’s theorization of this project troubles the construction of 'at risk' subjects and the production of the youthful 'at risk' subject in relation to what she calls ‘assemblages of social disadvantage’. Her forthcoming book considers the extent to which such engagements impact on the production of ‘self’ through arts practices.
Areas of Supervision
- Youth cultures
- Performance and aesthetics
- Cultures of schooling
- Disability cultures
- Hickey-Moody, A.C. (2012) Youth, Arts and Education, Routledge, London.
- Hickey-Moody, A.C. (2009) Unimaginable Bodies, Sense Publishers, Netherlands.
- Kenway, J., Kraack, A. and Hickey-Moody, A. C. (2006) Masculinity Beyond the Metropolis, Palgrave Macmillan, London.
- Hickey-Moody. A.C & Vicki Crowley (2011) Disability Matters: Pedagogy, Media and Affect. Routledge, New York & London. ISBN 9780415693509
- Hickey-Moody A.C. and Malins, P. (2007) Deleuzian Encounters: Studies in Contemporary Social Issues, Palgrave Macmillan, London.
- Kenway, J. & Hickey-Moody, A. (2012) 'Global Scapes of Abjection: The Contemporary Dynamics of Some Intersecting Injustices' Social Class and Education: Global Perspectives (Eds) L. Weiss & N. Dolby. Routledge, New York & Milton Park.
- Driscoll, C. Garland, C & Hickey-Moody, A.C. (2011) ‘(Hetero)sexing the Child: Hans, Alice and The Repressive Hypothesis’ Deleuze and Sex (Ed) F. Beckman. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. pp 117-134.
- Hickey-Moody, A.C (2010) ‘Making creative places’ Landscapes and learning: Place studies in a global world (Eds). M. Somerville, K. Power, P. deCarteret, Sense Publishers, Netherlands, pp. 75-86.
- Hickey-Moody, A.C & Wood, D. (2009) ‘Ethics in Second Life: Difference, desire and the production of subjectivity’ Emerging Ethical Issues of Life in Virtual Worlds, Eds C. Wankel & S. Malleck. Information Age Publishing, America, pp. 169–191.
- Hickey-Moody, A.C (2009) ‘Becoming-Dinosaur’ Deleuze and Performance Studies, (Ed). L. Cull, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. pp. 161-182.
- Hickey-Moody, A.C. & Haworth, R. (2009) ‘Affective literacies’ Deleuze and Literacy, (Eds) D. Cole & D. Masny, Sense Publishers, Netherlands. pp. 79-92.
- Hickey-Moody, A. C Rasmussen, M.L & Harwood, V. (2008) ‘How to be a Real Lesbian: The Pink Sofa and some fictions of identity’ Queer Youth Cultures, Ed. Driver, SUNY Press. pp. 123 – 138.
- Hickey-Moody, A.C. and Rasmussen, M.L. (2008) 'In-Between Deleuze and Butler' in Deleuze and Queer Studies (Ed.) Nigianni, C. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. pp. 37-53.
- Kenway, J. and Hickey-Moody, A.C. (2008) 'Moving Abjection' in Handbook of Social Justice in Education, (Eds) Ayers, Quinn and Stovall. Lawrence Erlbaum, Inc Lawrence Erlbaum, Inc. USA. pp. 95-106.
- Hickey-Moody, A.C. (2007) ‘Thinking Bodies and Art as Force’ in Sensorium: Life, Art, Aesthetics. (Eds) Bolt, Colman, Jones and Woodward. Cambridge Scholars Press, Cambridge, UK. pp. 84-102.
- Hickey-Moody A.C. and Malins, P. (2007) ‘Gilles Deleuze and Four Movements in Social Thought: An Introduction’ in Deleuzian Encounters: Studies in Contemporary Social Issues (Eds) Hickey-Moody A.C and Malins, P. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK. pp. 1-26.
- Kenway, J. & Hickey-Moody, A.C. (2011) ‘Life chances, lifestyle and everyday aspirational strategies and tactics’, Critical Studies in Education, 52. 2: 151-163.
- Hickey-Moody, A.C (2010) ‘Corporeal and sonic diagrams for cinematic ethics in Rolf de Heer’s Dance Me to My Song’, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 31.4: 499-511.
- Savage, G. & Hickey-Moody, A.C (2010) ‘Global flows as gendered cultural pedagogies: learning gangsta in the ‘Durty South’’. Critical Studies in Education 51.3: 277-293.
- Hickey-Moody, A. C & Crowley, V. (2010) ‘Introduction: Disability Matters: Pedagogy, Media and Affect’, Discourse: Issues in the Cultural Politics of Education. 31.4: 399 - 409
- Hickey-Moody, A. C, Savage, G. C., Windle, J. A., (2010) ‘Pedagogy writ large: public, popular and cultural pedagogies in motion’, Critical Studies in Education, 51. 3: 227-236.
- Hickey-Moody, A.C. (2010) ‘Youth arts and the differential becoming of the world' Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 24 (1) pp. 203-214.
- Kenway, J. & Hickey-Moody, A.C. (2009) 'Spatialized Leisure-Pleasures and Masculine Distinctions' Social and Cultural Geography, 10 (8) pp. 837-852.
- Hickey-Moody, A.C and Wood, D. (2008) 'Virtually sustainable: Deleuze,
disability and Second Life' Continuum, Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 22 (6) pp. 805-816.
- Hickey-Moody, A.C. (2006) ‘Folding the Flesh into Thought’ Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities 11 (1) pp. 189-197.
- Hickey-Moody, A.C. (2003) ‘Turning Away from Intellectual Disability:
Methods of Practice, Methods of Thought’, Melbourne Studies in Education, 44 (1) pp.1-22.
Special Journal Editions
- Hickey-Moody, A.C., Windle, J. & Savage, G. Editors (2010) Critical Studies in Education. Special edition 'Pedagogy Writ Large' 51 (3)
- Hickey-Moody, A.C., & Crowley, V. Editors (2010) Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education. Special edition 'Disability matters: pedagogy, media and affect' 31 (4)
- Edwards, J. Harwood, V. Hickey-Moody, A.C. Kamlar-Kumar, M. & Rasmussen, M.L. Editors (2003) Melbourne Studies in Education. Special edition 'Inclusive Methodologies for Educational Inquiry' 44 (1)