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Module Reading List

Creative Inquiry, Communication and Learning, 2021/22, Semester J05
Dr Lou Harvey
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

These are general core texts which have informed the development of the module and which should inform your assignments. Readings relating to specific topics will be given in each session.


Bell, D. and Pahl, K. (2018). Co-production: Towards a utopian approach. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 21/1, 105-117, DOI: 10.1080/13645579.2017.1348581  


Bradley, J. & Harvey, L. (2019). Creative Inquiry and Applied Linguistics: Language, Communication and the Arts. In C. Wright, L. Harvey & J. Simpson (Eds.), Voices and Practices in Applied Linguistics (Chapter 6, pp. 91-107). York: White Rose University Press.  

This is in an open-source e-book and the easiest way to access it is from the publisher’s website: 


Butler-Kisber, L. (2010). Qualitative Inquiry: Thematic, Narrative and Arts-Informed Perspectives. London: Sage.  

Available at


Hall, B. & Tandon, J. (2017). Decolonization of knowledge, epistemicide, participatory research and higher education. Research for All 1 (1), 6-19.  

Available at


Jones, K. & Leavy, P. (2014). A Conversation Between Kip Jones and Patricia Leavy: Arts-Based Research, Performative Social Science and Working on the Margins. The Qualitative Report 19 (19), 1-7.  

Available at


Lassiter, L. E. (2005)The Chicago Guide to Collaborative Ethnography. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.  


Phipps, A. (2019). Decolonising Multilingualism: Struggles to Decreate. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.  


Pink, S. (2009). Doing Sensory Ethnography. London: Sage.  

Available online at

The 2015 edition is available on high demand in the university library


Rowe, N. & Reason, M. (Eds). (2017). Applied Practice: Evidence and Impact in Theatre, Music and Art. London and New York: Bloombury.  

The whole book will be of interest if you are an arts practitioner. If you are not, then Chapters 4, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12 and Afterword are of particular relevance to the module.

Available online at the university library

This list was last updated on 16/03/2021