Clemente Australia selected papers and presentations

Howard, P., Marchant, T., Saggers, S., Butcher, J., Flatau, P., Cherednichenko, B., Taouk, Y., Bauskis, A., Falzon, J. & French, G. (2012)."We're part of our own solution" - Social inclusion through community embedded, socially-supported university education. Report of an Australian Research Council Project.

Butcher, J., O'Gorman, J. & Howard, P. (2012) Personal Agency as a Primary Focus of University-Community Engagement: A Case Study of Clemente Australia. The Australasian Journal of University-Community Engagement

Howard, P. & Shepherd, J. (2012). Realising Personal Leadership Capacity through Transformative Community Engagement. The Australasian Journal of University-Community Engagement

Gervasoni, A., Smith, J., & Howard, P. (2012). Humanities education as a pathway for women in regional and rural Australia: Clemente Ballarat. Australian Journal of Adult Learning

Howard, P., & Butcher, J. (2012). Clemente Australia - community embedded socially supported university education: enhancing the lives and learning of the socially isolated. In E. L. Brown (Ed) International Advances in Education: Global Initiatives for Equity and Social Justice Vol 1 Poverty and Social Class

Howard, P., Marchant, T., Saggers, S., Butcher, J., Flatau, P., Cherednichenko, B., Taouk, Y., Bauskis, A., Falzon, J. & French, G. (2012). “We’re part of our own solution” - Social inclusion through community embedded, socially-supported university education. Australian Research Council Linkage Grant Final Report.

O’Gorman, J., Howard, P., & Butcher J. (2012) Promoting Personal Agency and Social Inclusion through the Clemente Australia Program. Journal of Social Inclusion. 3 (1), 21-42.

Butcher, J., Bezzina, M., & Moran, W. (2011) Transformational partnerships: A new agenda for higher education. Innovative Higher Education. 36, 29-40

Mission Australia. (2011). Addressing multiple disadvantage. Snapshot.

Howard, P. & Butcher, J. (2011). Realising Equity within Teacher Education: Lessons from Clemente Australia. Paper presented at the International Study Association for Teachers and Teaching, University of Minho, Portugal- July 4-8

Gervasoni, A., Smith, J., & Howard, P. (2010). The Ballarat Clemente Program: A doorway to the treasures of humanities education for we 'who struggle a little bit ... to get us back out there into life, and, to see some sort of future'. AARE. Melbourne.

Howard, P., Butcher, J., & Egan, L. (2010). Transformative education: Pathways to identity, independence and hope. International Journal of Community Research and Engagement, 3, 88-103.

Howard, P., Hampshire, A., Butcher, J., Saggers, S., Flatau, P., Marchant, T., Campton, J., Taouk, Y. & Cherednichenko, B. (2010). Social Inclusion through Transformative Education: The Catalyst Clemente Program. The Australasian Journal of University-Community Engagement, 5 (2), 49 – 66.

Howard, P., Hampshire, A., Butcher, J., Saggers, S., Flatau, P., Marchant, T., et al. (2010). Catalyst for Social Inclusion: the practices and effectiveness of the Catalyst-Clemente program for social inclusion pathways to higher education. AUCEA National Conference. University of Tasmania, Launceston.

Howard, P., & Butcher, J. (2009). From disadvantage to learning and engagement: community embedded socially supported education. Australian Association for Research in Education Conference. Canberra.

Bastian, P., & Howard, P. (2008). A history of the Clemente/Catalyst Program in Australia. Paper presented at the Teaching and Learning Symposium Australian Catholic University.

Broadbent, C. (2008). Social inclusion - Engaging the disengaged in life-wide learning. Adult Learning Australia Annual Conference. Perth

Howard, P., Marchant, T., Hampshire, A., Butcher, J., Egan, L., & Bredhauer, K. (2008). Promoting social inclusion: Emerging evidence from the Catalyst-Clemente program. Australian Journal of Adult Learning , 48 (3), 479-501.

Mission Australia. (2007). Enhancing participation: New possibilities for disadvantaged Australians. Snapshot.

Howard, P., & Butcher, J. (2007). Community engagement and student learning: Making community a core element of teacher education. International study Association on Teachers and Teaching 13th Biennial Conference, Brock Canada, July.

Stevenson, J., Yashin-Shaw, I., & Howard, P. (2007). Reclaiming bodily dispositions through the humanities: Homeless people learning. International Journal of Vocational Education and Training. 59, 419-434.

Egan, L., Butcher, L., Howard, P., Hampshire, A., Henson, C., & Homel, R. (2006). The impact o f tertiary-level humanities education for homeless and marginalised people. AARE Conference, December,. Adelaide.

Yashin-Shaw, I., Howard, P., & Butcher, J. (2005). Educating disaffected adult learners: Reengaging the homeless through tertiary level humanities studies. Proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference on Post-Compulsory Education and Training. Brisbane: Australian Academic Press.

Butcher, J., Howard, P. & McFadden, M. (2003). Communities and universities: Partners for engaged citizenship. International Symposium Universities and Communities: Partners in Building Capacity for Social Justice. Sydney, 13-15 February 2003.

International Clemente research

MassHumanities Longitudinal Study (2006-11)

Neither Necessary nor Sufficient: Community Education and the Fight Against Poverty (2009)

Midwifing Democracy: Reflections on the Democratic Promise of Socratic Maieusis (2008)

Teaching Humanities in the Community: What students learned (2007)

Missed opportunities: The case for investment in learning and skills for homeless people (2006)

The Use of Socrates: Earl Shorris and the Quest for Political Emancipation Through the Humanities (2006)

The Clemente Program and Calgary Alberta's Storefront 101: Intuitive Connections To The Traditions and Practices of Adult Education (2005)

Teaching Democracy: Reflections on the Clemente Course in the Humanities, Higher Education, and Democracy (2002)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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