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Malone, K, Tesar, M, and Arndt, S. (2020) Theorising Posthuman Childhood Studies, Singapore, Springer.

https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9789811581748

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Malone, K. (2018) Children in the Anthropocene:  Rethinking Sustainability and Child Friendliness in Cities, Palgrave Press, UK

website: http://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9781137430908

Recent Book Chapters

Malone, K, Diaz-Diaz, C, and Semenec, P,. (2020) Interview with Karen Malone, Posthumanist and New Materialist Methodologies, Singapore, Springer.

Duhn, I., Malone, K., and Tesar, M. (2019), Introduction: Troubling the intersections of urban/nature/childhood in environmental education, In Duhn, I., Malone, K., and Tesar, M. (eds) Urban Nature and Childhoods, London, Routledge

Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, A., Logan, M., Khatun, F. & Malone, K. (2019). A Conceptual Cartography of Environmental Education. In Lees, J. E. Vinuales. Handbook of Comparative Environmental Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, A., Malone, K., Whitehouse, H., & Krasney, M. (2019). Childhoodnature and the Anthropocene: An Epoch of ‘Cenes’. In A Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, K Malone & E Barratt Hacking. (Ed). International Research Handbook on Childhoodnature – Assemblages of Childhood and Nature. The Netherlands: Springer.

Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, K Malone & E Barratt Hacking. (2019). Childhoodnature an assemblage adventure, In A Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, K Malone & E Barratt Hacking. (Ed). International Research Handbook on Childhoodnature – Assemblages of Childhood and Nature. The Netherlands: Springer.

Malone, K. (2019) Uneasy assemblages of childearthbodies, in Janice Kroeger and Meyers, C. (eds) Children, Elders, Earth, Routledge.

Malone, K (2019) Re-turning Childhoodnature: A Diffractive Account of the Past Tracings of Childhoodnature as a Series of Theoretical Turns, in Cutter-Mackenzie A., Malone K., Barratt Hacking E. (eds) Research Handbook on Childhoodnature. Springer International Handbooks of Education. Springer, Cham.

Malone, K, Dunn, I and Tesar, M. (2018) Greedy Bags of Childhoodnature Theories, in Cutter-Mackenzie, A, Malone, K, Barratt, E (eds) In Cutter-Mackenzie A., Malone K., Barratt Hacking E. (eds) Research Handbook on Childhoodnature. Springer International Handbooks of Education. Springer, Cham.

Malone K. (2018) Children in the Anthropocene: How Are They Implicated? in Cutter-Mackenzie A., Malone K., Barratt Hacking E. (eds) Research Handbook on Childhoodnature. Springer International Handbooks of Education. Springer, Cham

Malone, K. (2018) Co-mingling kin: exploring histories of uneasy human-animal relations as sites for ecological posthumanist pedagogies, in Teresa Lloro-Bidart and Valerie Banschbach (eds) Animals in Environmental Education: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Curriculum and Pedagogy, Palgrave Publishers.

Malone, K. (2017), Grappling with data, in Koro-Ljungberg, M, Loytonen, T., and Tesar, M (eds) Disrupting data in qualitative inquiry: Entanglements with the post-critical and post-anthropocentric, Peter Lang, USA.

Malone, K. (2017) Ecological Posthumanist theorising: Grappling with Child-Dog-Bodies, in Malone, K., Truong, S,. and Gray, T (eds) Reimagining Sustainability in Precarious Times, Springer: UK.

Malone, K. and Truong, S. (2017) Sustainability, Education and Anthropocentric Precarity, in Malone, K., Truong, S,. and Gray, T (eds) Reimagining Sustainability in Precarious Times, Springer: UK.

Rudd, A., Malone, K and Barlett, M. (2017), Participatory Urban Planning, Kudryavtsev, A. and Krasny, M (eds) Urban Environmental Education Review, Cornell University Press.

Malone, Karen. (2017) Planning for a sustainable future through the Child Friendly Cities, Bishop, K, (Editor) Designing for Kids in the City: Beyond Playgrounds and Skate Parks, Routledge.

Malone, Karen (2016) Place, Peters, Michael (ed) Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory,

Malone, Karen (2016) Children and Sustainability, Peters, Michael (ed) Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory,

Malone, Karen (2016) Children’s Place Encounters: Place-Based Participatory Research to Design a Child- Friendly and Sustainable Urban Development. Skelton, T (Editor in Chief) Volume 8, Geographies of Children and Young People, Springer London.

Malone, Karen (2016) Child Friendly and Sustainable Cities: exploring children’s mobility, risk and agency at the global and local level, Skelton, T (Editor in Chief) Volume 12, Geographies of Children and Young People, Springer London.

Malone, K. (2016) “Dapto Dreaming” a place-based research and environmental education project supporting children to be active agents of environmental change, in Winograd, K. (ed) Education in Times of Environmental Crises: Teaching Children to be Agents of Change, Routledge.

Malone, K (2016) Posthumanist approaches to theorizing children’s human-nature relations, Nairn et al. (eds.), Space, Place and Environment, Geographies of Children and Young People Volume 3, DOI 10.1007/978-981-4585-90-3_14-1

Journal Articles 

Malone, K. (2019). Worlding with Kin: Diffracting Childfish Sensorial Ecological Encounters through Moving Image, Video Journal of Education and Pedagogies, 4, pp.69-80.

Malone, K. (2019). Walking-with children on blasted landscapes, Journal of Public Pedagogies, 4, pp. 155-164.

Malone, K and Moore, S.J., (2019). Sensing Ecologically through Kin and Stones, International Journal of Early Childhood Environmental Education, 7(1), p. 8-25.

Duhn, Iris, Malone, Karen and Tesar, Marek (2017), Troubling the intersections of urban/nature/childhood in environmental education, Environmental Education Researcher, 23, (10), p. 1357-1368.  DOI: 10.1080/13504622.2017.1390884 [Q1]

Malone, Karen. (2016) Reconsidering children’s encounters with nature and place using posthumanism, Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 32(1), 1-15. [Q3]

Schoeppe, Stephanie., Tranter, Paul., Duncan, Mitch J., Curtis, , Carver, Alison., and Malone, Karen (2016) Australian children’s independent mobility levels: Secondary analyses of cross-sectional data between 1991-2012, Children’s Geographies, 14 (4), p.408-421. [Q1]

Malone, Karen, (2016) Theorizing a child-dog encounter in the slums of La Paz using posthumanistic approaches in order to disrupt universalisms in current ‘child in nature’ debates. Children’s Geographies. 14 Issue 4, p. 390-407. DOI: 10.1080/14733285.2015.1077369 [Q1]

Malone, K. (2015), Children’s Rights and the Crisis of Rapid Urbanization: Exploring the United Nations Post 2015 Sustainable Development Agenda and the potential role for UNICEF’s Child Friendly Cities Initiative.  The International Journal of Children’s Rights, 23 p. 405-424.  [Q2]

Malone, K (2013) Children, Urbanization and Sustainable Development, Conference proceedings 3rd International Child Friendly Cities Conference, Child-Rights Approach to Governance, Equity, Inclusion and Sustainability for children in the Asia Pacific Kathmandu Nepal, June 27-29 June, 2103. (http://childfriendlycities.org/news/events/)

Malone, K. A (2013) “The future lies in our hands”: children as researchers and environmental change agents in designing a child-friendly neighbourhood, Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 18:3, pp. 372-395. [Q1]

Malone, K. A. (2011) My Island Home: Theorising Childhood in the Cook Islands, The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 12: 5, pp.462: 477.  [Q1]

Dowdell, K., Gray, T and Malone, K (2011) Nature and It’s Influence on Children’s Outdoor Play. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, 15 (2), 24-35.

Malone, K. A (2011) Changing Global childhoods: the impact on children’s independent mobility, Global Studies of Childhood, Volume 1 Number 3, pp. 161-166.

Rudner, J and Malone, K. A (2011) Childhood in the Suburbs and the Australian Dream: how has it impacted children’s independent mobility? Global Studies of Childhood 1(3), pp. 207 – 225.

Malone, K. A and Rudner, J (2011) Global Perspectives on Children’s Independent Mobility: a socio-cultural comparisons and theoretical discussion on children’s lives in four countries in Asia and Africa, Global Studies of Childhood, 1 (3), pp. 243-259.

Malone, K. A. (2010). Freeing children to contribute: Building child-friendly cities in the Asia Pacific region, Childhood Matters, 115, pp. 20-25.

Malone, K. A. (2009). Designs for a Child Friendly Asia Pacific. Journal of Association for Children’s Environments, 5 (1), pp.15-17.

Malone, K. A. (2009). Designs for a child-friendly city. Curriculum Leadership, 7 (2), http://cmslive.curriculum.edu.au/leader/designs_for_a_child,26559.html

Research Reports 

Malone, Karen, Moore, Sarah Jane and Ward, K (2019) Children’s Bodies Sensing Ecologically: a study of pre-language children’s ecological encounters, Western Sydney University Research Report.

Malone, Karen and Waite, Sue (2016) Student Outcomes and Natural Schooling: Pathways form Evidence to Impact Report 2016, Plymouth: Plymouth.

Malone, Karen (2016) Albanian Child Friendly Cities Action Plan 2016-2018, University of Western Sydney.

Malone, Karen (2016) Albanian Child Friendly Cities Framework 2016-2018, University of Western Sydney.

Malone, K, and Somerville, M. (2016) Education for Sustainable Development Report: Contribution of ESD to Quality Education in Australian Schools, Centre for Educational Research, Western Sydney University.

Malone, Karen, Birrell, Carol, Boyle, Ian and Gray, Tonia (2015) Wild Nature Play: Researching OOSH in the Bush, Centre for Educational Research, University of Western Sydney.

Malone, K. (2015) Researching with children in four Kazakh cities to support child friendliness recognition, University of Western Sydney, Bankstown, NSW, Australia.

Malone, K. (2015) Child Friendly Cities: Researching with children in Aktau, University of Western Sydney.

Malone, K. (2015) Child Friendly Cities: Researching with children in Astana, University of Western Sydney.

Malone, K. (2015) Child Friendly Cities: Researching with children in Kyzylorda, University of Western Sydney.

Malone, K. (2015) Child Friendly Cities: Researching with children in Semey, University of Western Sydney.

Malone, K (2014) Child Friendly Kazakhstan: National Child Friendly City and Recognition Model, UNICEF Kazakhstan and UWS, Sydney NSW, Australia.

Malone, K., Dimoulias, K., Truong, S., and Ward, K. (2014) Researching Children’s Designs for a Child Friendly Play Space at Rouse Hill Town Centre, Centre for Educational Research, University of Western Sydney.

Malone, K (2013) Child Friendly Bolivia: Researching with Children in La Paz, Bolivia, Centre for Educational Research, UWS, Sydney NSW, Australia ISBN 978-1-74108-301-9

Malone K and Malone, M (2013) A Portrait of La Paz: Shot by its Children, UWS, Sydney NSW Australia

Malone, K (2011) Child Friendly Kazakhstan: Designing and implementing a national child friendly cities recognition and accreditation program, UNICEF Kazakhstan and UWS, Sydney NSW, Australia.

K. (2011) Dreaming and designing a child-friendly neighbourhood for Brooks Reach, Dapto: Child Friendly Consultation and Children’s Research report, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW, Australia.

Malone, K (2011) Dapto Dreaming: a child friendly report about Dapto, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW, Australia.

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