Collected Works

Theron, L.C. & Mitchell, C. (in press). Drawing is only for kids, right? Wrong – Drawing as participatory visual methodology. In K. Tomaselli (ed.) Making sense of research: Theory, practice and relevance. Johannesburg, SA: Pearson.

De Lange, N. & Mitchell, D. (in press). Photovoice as visual methodology. In K. Tomaselli (ed.) Making sense of research: Theory, practice and relevance. Johannesburg, SA: Pearson.

Moletsane, R. & Mitchell, C. (in press). Researching sexual violence. In H. Shapiro (ed). School violence.

Mitchell, C., de Lange, N. & Moletsane, R. (in press). Girls and young women addressing sexual violence in South Africa: Gender activism in the making. In. E. Oinas (ed). What politics? Youth and political activism. Amsterdam, The Netherlands:  Brill.

Strong-Wilson, T., Mitchell,C. & Ingersoll, M. (2016).Una exploracion multidireccional del trabajo con la memoriay lo digital como espacio de fases para el desarrollo profesional de los Maestros.  (191-220). En M. Knobel &  J. Kalman, J.Aprendizaje docente y nuevas prácticas del lenguaje. Posibilidades del desarrollo profesional en contextos digitales. (191-220) Mexico City: Grupo SM.

Strong-Wilson, T., Mitchell, C. & Ingersoll, M. (2016). Exploring multidirectional memory-work and the digital as a phase space for teacher professional development. In. M. Knoebel & J Kalman (Eds). New literacies and teachers’ professional development (pp. 151-172). New York, NY: Peter Lang.

De Lange, N., & Mitchell, C. (2016). Building a future without gender violence: rural teachers and youth in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, leading community dialogue. In B. Pini, R. Moletsane, & M. Mills (Eds). Education and the global rural: Feminist perspectives (pp. 584-599). New York, NY: Routledge.

Mitchell, C., DeLange, N. & Moletsane, R. (2016). Poetry in a pocket: The cellphilms of South African rural women teachers and the poetics of the everyday. In K.MacEntee, C. Burkholder & J.Schwab-Cartas (eds). What’s a cellphilm? (pp. 19-34). Rotterdam: Sense.

De Martini, A. & Mitchell, C. (2016). Cellphilms, teachers and HIV and AIDS education: Revisiting Digital Voices using the framework of TPACK. In K. MacEntee, C. Burkholder & J.Schwab-Cartas (Eds). What’s a cellphilm? (pp. 103-118). Rotterdam: Sense

Mitchell, C. (2016). Charting girlhood studies. In C.Mitchell and C. Rentschler (eds). Girlhood and the politics of place (pp. 87-103) New York, NY: Berghahn

Rentschler, C. & Mitchell, C. (2016). Introduction: The significance of place in Girlhood Studies. Mitchell, C. (2016). In C. Mitchell and C. Rentschler (eds). Girlhood and the politics of place (pp. 1-18) New York, NY: Berghahn

Mitchell, C., (2016). Autoethnography as a wide-angle lens on looing (inward and outward): What difference can this make to our teaching? In D. Pillay, I. Naicker, & K. Pithouse-Morgan (Eds.), Inside teaching in higher education: South African academic autoethnographies (pp. 175-190). Rotterdam: Sense. 

Mitchell, C., De Lange, N., & Nguyen, X.T. (2016). Visual ethics with and through the body: The participation of girls with disabilities in Vietnam in a photovoice project. In H. Cahill, J. Coffey & S. Budgeon (Eds.), Learning bodies: The body in youth and childhood studies (pp. 241-257). Dubai, UAE: Springer-Verlag Singapore.

Mitchell, C & Khan, F. (2015). Jackie and me, Jackie and us. In K. Pithouse-Morgan & A. Samaras (Eds), Polyvocal professional learning through self-study research. (pp. 75-92). Rotterdam: Sense.

Mitchell, C. & Burkholder, C. (2015). Literacies and research for social change. In K. Pahle & J. Rowsell (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Literacy Studies. London and New York: Routledge.

Mitchell, C. (2015). Who’s learning or whose learning? Critical perspectives on the idea of youth-led policy making related to gender based violence in a South African classroom. In J. Wyn & H. Cahill (eds). Handbook of children and youth studies (pp. 169-181). Dubai, UAE: Springer-Verlag Singapur.

Moletsane, R., Mitchell, C. & Lewin, T. (2015). Gender equity as policy in South Africa: Privileging the voices of women and girls through participatory visual methods. In J. Parkes (ed.).  Gender violence and violations: The educational challenge in poverty contexts. (pp.183-196). London, UK: Routledge

Mitchell, C. (2015). Girls’ texts, visual culture and shifting the boundaries of knowledge in social justice research.. In C. Bradford and M. Reimer (eds.), Girls, cultures, texts. (pp 139-160).Waterloo, ON: Wilfred Laurier University Press.  In Print April 2015.

Mitchell, C. (2015). Fire+Hope up: On revisiting the process of revisiting a literacy for social action project. In J. Rowsell & J. Sefton-Greene (eds) Revisiting Learning Lives – longitudinal perspectives on researching learning and literacy. (32-45) London and New York: Taylor & Francis.

Mitchell, C. (2014). What will we know when we know it? Digital media and youth-as-knowledge producers in the age of AIDS. In K. Sanford, T. Rogers & M. Kendrick (eds.). Everyday Youth Literacies (pp. 81-93).. New York, NY: Springer.

Strong-Wilson, T., Mitchell, C., Morrison, C., Radford, L. &  Pithouse-Morgan, K. (2014).  Looking forward through looking back: Using digital-memory-work in teaching for transformation. In L. Thomas & T. Falkenberg (eds.), Becoming a teacher: Sites for teacher development (pp. 442-468). Ottawa: CATE.

Strong-Wilson, T., Mitchell, C., Allnutt, S. & Pithouse-Morgan, K. (2013). Back to the future: Productive remembering and social agency.  In T. Strong-Wilson, C. Mitchell, S. Allnutt & K. Pithouse-Morgan (pp. 1-16).Productive remembering and social agency. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense.

Mitchell, C. (2013). Oil rites and oil rights. In T. Strong-Wilson, C. Mitchell, S. Allnutt & K. Pithouse-Morgan.Productive remembering and social agency (pp. 123-138). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense.

Rivard, L., & Mitchell, C. (2013). Sport, gender and development: On the use of photovoice as a participatory action research tool to inform policy makers. In L Azzarito & D. Kirk (Eds.), Pedagogies, Physical Culture and Visual Methods (pp. 131-143). London and New York: Routledge.

Stuart, J., & Mitchell, C.  (2013). Media and Social Change: working within a “Youth as Knowledge Producers” framework. In D. Lemish (ed.) Routledge Handbook on children, adolescents and media studies. (pp. 359-365) London and New York: Routledge.

Pithouse-Morgan, K., De Lange, N., Mitchell, C., Moletsane, R., Olivier, T., Stuart, J., Van Laren, L., & Wood, L.(2013). Creative and participatory strategies for teacher development in the age of AIDS. In J. Kirk, M. Dembélé & S. Baxter (Eds.), More and better teachers for quality education for all: Identity and motivation, systems and support. E-book available online at http://moreandbetterteachers.wordpress.com/: Collaborative Works.

Mitchell, C. (2012). On a pedagogy of ethics in visual research: Who’s in the picture? In J. Hughes (Ed). SAGE Visual Methods. (307-327) London: Sage.

Mitchell, C. (2012.) Putting people in the picture and keeping people in the picture: What’s participation got to do with it. In M. Fra,ckowiak , L. Olszewski & M. Rosin’ka (eds.). Collaboratorium: A participatory space for social change. (89-98) Poznan:Fundacja SPOT.

Labacher, L., De Lange, N., Mitchell, C., Moletsane, R., & Geldenhys, M. (2012).What can a visual researcher do with a storyboard? In E-J Milne, C. Mitchell, & N. De Lange (Eds.), The handbook of participatory video (pp. 149-163). Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press.

Mitchell, C., Milne, E-J, & De Lange, N. (2012). Introduction. In E-J Milne, C. Mitchell, & N. De Lange (Eds.), The handbook of participatory video (pp. 1-15). Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press.

De Lange, N., & Mitchell., C. (2012). Building sustainability into work with participatory video. In E-J Milne, C. Mitchell, & N. De Lange (Eds.), The handbook of participatory video (pp. 318-330). Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press.

Mitchell, C., Moletsane, R., & Pithouse, K. (2012). Reconfiguring dress. In R. Moletsane,  C. Mitchell, & A. Smith (Eds.), Was it something I wore? Dress, materiality, identity. (pp 3-18) Cape Town: HSRC Press.

Tao, R., & Mitchell, C. ( 2012). Dressing sex/wearing a condom: Exploring social constructions of sexuality through a social semiotic analysis of the condom. In R. Moletsane, C. Mitchell, & A. Smith (Eds.), Was it something I wore? Dress, materiality, identity. (pp. 162-180). Cape Town: HSRC Press.

Mitchell, C. (2011). Picturing violence. Participatory visual methodologies in working with girls to address school and domestic violence in Rwanda. In K. Mundy & S. Dryden-Petersen (eds.), Education in conflict: A tribute to Jackie (221-233). New York: Teachers College Press.

Mitchell, C., & De Lange, N. (2011). Community based video and social action in rural South Africa. In L. Pauwels and E. Margolis (eds.), Handbook on Visual Methods (171-185). London: SAGE.

Mitchell, C., Wilson, T., Pithouse, K., & Allnutt, S. (2011). Introducing memory and pedagogy. In C. Mitchell. T. Strong-Wilson, K. Pithouse and S. Allnutt (eds.), Memory and Pedagogy (1-13). London and New York: Routledge.

Islam, F., & Mitchell, C. (2011). Neoliberal globalization, multilateral development agencies and HIV and AIDs education in South Africa: Looking back to look ahead. In D. Kapoor (ed.), Critical perspectives on neoliberal globalization, development and education in Africa and Asia (121-134). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Islam, F., Mitchell, C., De Lange, N., & Balfour, R. (2011). School-University Partnerships for Educational Change: An Introduction. In F. Islam, C. Mitchell, N. De Lange, R.Balfour and M. Combrinck (eds.), School-university partnerships for educational change in rural South Africa: Particular challenges and practical cases (1-20). New York: Edwin Mellen.

Balfour, R., Mitchell, C., & Moletsane, R. (2011). Understanding Rurality in the Troubling Context: Prospects and Challenges In F. Islam, C. Mitchell, N.de Lange, R.Balfour and M. Combrinck. (eds.), School-university partnerships for educational change in rural South Africa: Particular challenges and practical cases (23-39). New York: Edwin Mellen.

Mitchell, C., De Lange, N., Balfour, R., & Islam, F. (2011). Transforming Teacher Education? A Rural Teacher Education Project Experience. In F. Islam, C. Mitchell, N. De Lange, R. Balfour and M. Combrinck. (eds.), School-university partnerships for educational change in rural South Africa: Particular challenges and practical cases (59-79). New York: Edwin Mellen.

Mitchell, C., Islam, F., De Lange, N., Balfour, R., & Combrinck, M. (2011) Epilogue: New teachers for new times. In F. Islam, C. Mitchell, N. De Lange, R. Balfour and M. Combrinck. (eds.), School-university partnerships for educational change in rural South Africa: Particular challenges and practical cases (245-252). New York: Edwin Mellen.

Mitchell, C., Theron, L., Smith, A., & Stuart, J. (2011). Picturing research: an introduction. In L. Theron, C. Mitchell, A. Smith and J. Stuart (eds.), Picturing research: Drawing(s) as visual methodology (1-16). Rotterdam: Sense.

Mitchell, C., Theron, L., Stuart, J., & Smith, A. (2011). Drawing as research method. In L. Theron, C. Mitchell, A. Smith and J. Stuart (eds.), Picturing research: Drawing(s) as visual methodology (19-36). Rotterdam: Sense.

MacEntee, K., & Mitchell, C. (2011). Lost in translation. In L. Theron, C. Mitchell, A. Smith and J. Stuart (eds.), Picturing research: Drawing(s) as visual methodology (89-102). Rotterdam: Sense.

Theron, L., Mitchell, C., & Stuart, J. (2011). A positive, African ethical approach to collecting and interpreting drawings: Some considerations. In L. Theron, C. Mitchell, A. Smith and J. Stuart (eds.), Picturing research: Drawing(s) as visual methodology (49-61). Rotterdam: Sense.

De Lange, N., Stuart, J., & Mitchell, C. (2011). Learning together: Teachers and community health care workers draw each other. In L. Theron, C. Mitchell, A. Smith and J. Stuart (eds.), Picturing research: Drawing(s) as visual methodology (177-189). Rotterdam: Sense.

Mitchell, C., De Lange, N., & Moletsane, R. (2011). Before the camera rolls. Drawing storyboards to address gendered poverty. In L. Theron, C. Mitchell, A. Smith and J. Stuart (eds.), Picturing research: Drawing(s) as visual methodology (219-231). Rotterdam: Sense.

Sorenssen, I., & Mitchell, C. (2011). Tween-method and the politics of studying kinderculture. In S. Steinberg (ed.), Kinderculture, 3rd edition (153-172). Boulder: Westview Press.

Mitchell, C., Pascarella, J., De Lange, N., & Stuart, J. (2010). “We wanted other people to learn from us”: Girls blogging in rural South Africa in the age of AIDS. In S. Mazzarella (ed.), Girl wide web 2.0: Revising girls, the internet and the negotiation of identity (161-182). New York: Peter Lang.

Mitchell, C. (2010). Things, objects and gendered consumption in childhood studies. In D. Buckingham and V. Tingstad (eds.), Childhood and consumer culture (94-112). London: Palgrave.

Kirk, J., Mitchell, C., & Reid-Walsh, J. (2010). Toward political agency for girls: Mapping the discourses of girlhood globally. In J. Helgren and C. Vascolles (eds.), Girlhood: A global history (14-29). N.J., Rutgers University Press.

Mitchell, C., Stuart, J., De Lange, N., Moletsane, R., Buthelezi, T., Larkin, J., & Flicker, S. (2010). What difference does this make? Studying South African youth as knowledge producers in the age of AIDS. In C. Higgins and B. Norton (eds.), Language and HIV/AIDS (214-232). Toronto: Multlingual Matters.

Mitchell, C. & Reid-Walsh, J. (2010). “Hardy Boys”. In S. Steinberg (ed). Boy Culture Encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Mitchell, C. (2009) “This has nothing to do with us—or does it?” Youth as knowledge producers in addressing HIV and AIDS in a Canadian preservice program. In F.J. Benson and C. Riches (eds.), Engaging in conversation about ideas in teacher education (83-92). New York: Peter Lang.

Mitchell, C., Weber, S., & Pithouse, K. (2009). Facing the public: Using photography for self-study and social action. In D. Tidwell, M. Heston & L. Fitzgerald (eds.), Research methods for the self-study of practice (119-134). New York: Springer.

Reid-Walsh, J., & Mitchell, C. (2009). Doll-play: A study of Canadian girlhood. In L. Lerner (ed.), Depicting Canadian childhood (109-129). Wilfred Laurier University Press.

Mitchell, C. (2009). Geographies of danger: School toilets in sub-Saharan Africa. In O. Gershenson & B. Penner (eds.), Ladies and Gents (62-74). Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Mitchell, C., Pithouse, K., & Moletsane, R. (2009). The social self in self-study: Author conversations. In K. Pithouse, C. Mitchell & R. Moletsane (eds.), Making connections: Self-study & social action (12-23). New York: Peter Lang.

Pithouse, K., Mitchell, C., & Moletsane, R. (2009). Going public with scholarly collaboration: Reflections on a collaborative self-study book process In K. Pithouse, C. Mitchell & R. Moletsane (Eds.), Making connections: Self-study & social action (26-39). New York: Peter Lang.

Pithouse, K., Mitchell, C., & Moletsane, R. (2009). Introduction. In K. Pithouse, C. Mitchell & R. Moletsane (eds.), Making connections: Self-study & social action (1-9). New York: Peter Lang.

Mitchell, C., & Pithouse, K. ( 2009). Introduction: Hope is Vital. In C. Mitchell and K. Pithouse (eds.), Teaching and HIV&AIDS. (1-8) Johannesburg: Macmillan.

Pithouse, K., Mitchell, C., & Masinga, L. (2009). Self study and lifelong learning. In C. Mitchell, C., & Pithouse, K. (eds.), Teaching and HIV&AIDS. (237-247) Johannesburg: Macmillan.

Reid-Walsh, J., & Mitchell, C. (2009). “Hardy Boys”. In S. Steinberg, M. Kehler & L. Cornish (eds.), Boy culture: An Encyclopedia (332-335). Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood.

Mitchell, C. (2008). “KGOY”. In C. Mitchell and J. Reid-Walsh (eds.), Girl culture: An encyclopedia (380-381). Westport, Ct: Greenwood.

Mitchell, C., & Reid-Walsh, J. (2008). “Moral panic”.  In C. Mitchell and J. Reid-Walsh (eds.), Girl culture: An encyclopedia (440). Westport, Ct: Greenwood.

Mitchell, C. (2008) “Cowgirl play”  In C. Mitchell and J. Reid-Walsh (eds.), Girl culture: An encyclopedia (247-248). Westport, Ct: Greenwood.

Mitchell, C., & Allnutt, S. (2008). Photographs and/as social documentary. In G. Knowles and A. Cole  Handbook of the arts in qualitative research (251-264). London and New York: Sage.

Mitchell, C., Weber, S., & Yoshida, R. (2008). Where are the youth?:Reframing teacher education within the context of youth participation. In A. & J. Sumsion, Critical readings in teacher education: Provoking absences (139-154). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Mitchell, C., & Walsh, S. (2008). I’m too young to die: HIV, masculinity, danger and
desire in urban South Africa. In A. Welbourne (ed.), HIV and AIDS, gender and Development (1364-9221). Oxford, UK: Oxfam.

Mitchell, C., & Reid-Walsh. J. (2008). Girl method: Placing girl-centred research methodologies on the map of Girlhood Studies. In J. Klaehn (ed.), Roadblocks to equality: Women challenging boundaries (214-233). Montreal: Black Rose Books.

Mitchell, C., & Reid-Walsh, J. (2008). Introduction to the girl culture encyclopedia. In C. Mitchell & J. Reid-Walsh (eds.), Girl culture: An encyclopedia (xxiii-xxxii). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Mitchell, C., & Reid-Walsh, J. (2008). A reader’s guide to studying girl culture. In C. Mitchell & J. Reid-Walsh (eds.), Girl culture: An encyclopedia (1-2). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Mitchell, C. (2008). “Bratz.” In C. Mitchell and J. Reid-Walsh (eds.), Girl culture: An encyclopedia (270-271). Walsh. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Mitchell, C., & J. Reid-Walsh (2008). “Moral panic” In C. Mitchell and J. Reid-Walsh (eds.), Girl culture: An encyclopedia (270-271). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Allnutt, S., Mitchell, C., & Stuart, J. (2007). The visual family archive: Uses and interruptions. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (eds.), Putting people in the picture (89-99). Amsterdam: Sense.

De Lange, N., Mitchell, C., & Stuart, J. (2007). An introduction to putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social changes. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (eds.), Putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social change (1-9). Amsterdam: Sense.

Larkin, J., Lombardo, C., Walker, L., Bahreini, R., Tharao, W., Mitchell, C., & Dubazane, N. (2007). Taking it Global Xpress: Youth, photovoice and HIV & AIDS. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (eds.), Putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social change (31-43). Amsterdam: Sense.

Mitchell, C., De Lange, N., Stuart, J., Moletsane, R., & Buthelezi, T. (2007). Children’s provocative images of stigma, vulnerability and violence in the age of AIDS: Revisualizations of childhood. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (eds.), Putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social change (59-71). Amsterdam: Sense.

Moletsane, R., & Mitchell, C. (2007). On working with a single photograph. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (eds.), Putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social change (131-140). Amsterdam: Sense.

Park, E., Mitchell, C., & De Lange, N. (2007). Working with digital archives: Photovoice and meta-analysis in the context of HIV & AIDS. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (eds.), Putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social change (163-172). Amsterdam: Sense.

Pithouse, K., & Mitchell, C. (2007). Looking into change: Studying participant engagement in photovoice projects. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (eds.), Putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social change (141-151). Amsterdam: Sense.

Mitchell, C., & Reid-Walsh, J. (2007). Culture and digital technologies in the age of AIDS. In S. Weber and S. Dixon (Eds.), Growing up on line (195-210). New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Mitchell, C., & Sokoya, G. (2007). New girl (and boy) at the internet café: Digital divides, digital futures. In S. Weber and S. Dixon (Eds.), Growing up on line (211-225). New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Weber, S., & Mitchell, C. (2007). Imaging, keyboarding, and posting identities: Young people and new media technologies. In David Buckingham (ed.), Youth, identity, and digital media (25-48). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Mitchell, C., Walsh, S., & Weber, S. (2007). Behind the lens: Reflexivity and video documentary. In G. Knowles and A. Cole. The art of visual inquiry (281-294). Halifax: Backalong Press.

Mitchell, C. (2006). In my own handwriting: Textual evidence and self-study. In A. Freese, C. Beck, & C. Kostnick (eds.), Making a difference in teacher education through self-study: Studies of personal, professional and program renewal (101-118). Toronto: Kluwer.

Mitchell, C. (2006). Visual arts-based methodologies in research as social change. In T. Marcus & A. Hofmaenner (eds.), Shifting the boundaries of knowledge (227-241). Pietermartizburg: UKZN Press.

Leach, F., & Mitchell, C. (2006). Situating the study of gender violence in and around schools. In F. Leach & C. Mitchell (eds.), Combating gender violence in and around schools (3-12). Sterling, USA: Trentham Books.

Mitchell, C., Walsh, S., & Moletsane, R. (2006). Speaking for ourselves: a case for visual arts-based and other participatory methodologies in working with young people to address sexual violence. In F. Leach and C. Mitchell (eds.), Combating gender violence in and around schools (103-112). Sterling: Trentham Books.

Mitchell, C. (2005). Mapping a Southern African girlhood in the age of AIDS. In L. Chisholm & J. September (Eds.) Gender equity in education in South African education, 1994-2004: Conference Proceedings (92-112). Cape Town: HSRC Press.

Larkin, J., Mitchell, C., & Mintz, S. (2005). Gender & HIV/AIDS in a globalizing world: Risk, representation and prevention. Gender Inequality and HIV/AIDS: Lessons for International Development in the New Millennium: Conference Proceedings. (19-31) Halifax, Nova Scotia: The Atlantic Center of Excellence for Women’s Health.

Mitchell, C., & Reid-Walsh, J. (2005). Theorizing tween culture within girlhood studies. In. C. Mitchell and J. Reid-Walsh (Eds.) Seven going on seventeen: Tween studies in the culture of girlhood (1-21). New York: Peter Lang.

Balfour, R., Buthelezi, T., & Mitchell, C. (2004). Introduction. In R. Balfour, T. Buthelezi & C. Mitchell (eds.), Teacher development at the centre of change (1-6). Durban: KZN DE.   Mitchell, C. (2004). Just who do we think we are? Memory work and self study with beginning teachers. In R. Balfour, T. Buthelezi & C. Mitchell (eds.), Teacher development at the centre of change (45-54). Durban: KZN DE.

Mitchell. C. (2004). Dressing death: “Elsie never had a prom dress.” Reprinted in S. Weber & C. Mitchell (eds.), Not just any dress: Narratives of memory, body and identity (239-245). New York: Peter Lang Associates.

Mitchell, C. (2004). Was it something I wore? In S. Weber & C. Mitchell (Eds.) Not just any dress: Narratives of memory, body and identity (83-88). New York: Peter Lang Associates.

Reid-Walsh, J., & Mitchell, C. (2004). Girls’ web sites: A virtual ‘room of one’s own’. In A. Harris (Ed.), All about the girl: Culture, power and identity (173-182). New York and London: Routledge.

Weber, S., & Mitchell, C. (2004). Not just any dress: An introduction. In S. Weber & C. Mitchell (Eds.), Not just any dress: Narratives of memory, body & identity (3-9). New York: Peter Lang Associates.

Weber, S., & Mitchell, C. (2004). Theorizing dress stories. In S. Weber & C. Mitchell (eds.), Not just any dress: Narratives of memory, body & identity (251-269). New York: Peter Lang Associates.

Walsh, S., & Mitchell, C. (2004). Artfully engaged; Youth, gender and AIDS activism. In G. Knowles et al. (eds.), Provoked by art (191-202). Halifax: Backalong Books.

Mitchell, C., & Weber, S. (2004). Visual artistic modes of representation for self-study. In Loughran, J. et al. (eds.), International handbook of self-study of teaching and teacher education practices (979-1038). Toronto: Kluwer.

Mitchell, C. (2001). Elsie never had a prom dress. In L. Neilsen, G. Knowles, & A. Cole. (eds.), The art of writing inquiry (159-165). Halifax: Backalong Books.

Mitchell, C., & Smith, A. (2001). Reading adolescence as (more than) a literary space in some South African fiction. In R. Wilson & C. von Maltzen (eds.), Spaces and Essays in literature and culture in Africa and beyond (289-300). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.

Mitchell, C. (2000). What’s out there? Gay and lesbian texts for young adult readers. In W. Spurlin (ed.), Lesbian and gay studies and the teaching of English: Positions, pedagogies and cultural politics (112-130). Urbana, Illinois: NCTE.

Weber, S., & Mitchell, C. (2000). Le rôle de la culture populaire dans la négociation continue de l’identité professionnelle. Enseignant/Formateur la construction de l’Identité professionnelle: Questions de Recherche et de Formation La Collection Education et Formation, Série Références (134-142). Paris: Les Editions Harmattan.

Mitchell, C., Visser, J., & Butler, F. (2000). Dangerous goods in development: Setting our sites in faculties of education. In W. Smith & C. Mitchell (eds.), Nine years since Jomtien: Is education for all a dream or reality? Proceedings of a One-day symposium at the Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society (73-82). Montreal: McGill University Office of Research on Educational Policy.

Mitchell, C., & Weber, S. (1999). Teacher identity in popular culture. In J. Prosser (ed.), School culture (145-160). London: Falmer Press.

Mitchell, C., Reid-Walsh, J., Blaeser, M., & Smith, A. (1998). Who cares about girls? In Centering on…the margins: The evaded curriculum, Proceedings of the second bi-annual Canadian Association for the Study of Women and Education (CASWE) International Institute (169-176). Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, May 31- June 1.

Mitchell, C., & Weber, S. (1998). What can a teacher do with a camera? In A. L. Cole & S. Finley (eds.), Conversations in community: Proceedings of the Second International Conference of the Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices (178-181). Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, England: Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices (S-STEP), special interest group of the American Educational Research Association (AERA).

Mitchell, C., & Weber, S. (1998). Picture this! Class line-ups, vernacular portraits and lasting impressions of school. In J. Prosser (ed.), Image-based research: A sourcebook for qualitative researchers (197-213). London: Falmer Press.

Weber, S., & Mitchell, C. (1998). Seeing (through) the teacher’s body in self-study. In A. L. Cole & S. Finley (Eds.) Conversations in community: Proceedings of the Second International Conference of the Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices (209-212). Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, England: Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices (S-STEP), special interest group of the American Educational Research Association (AERA).

Mitchell, C. (1997). The personal: Conferring visibility on literacy in our everyday lives. In V. Froese (ed.), Language arts across the curriculum (169-179). Toronto: Prentice-Hall.

Mitchell, C., & Correa, E. (1997). Best practices and lessons learned on redressing gender imbalances in education management development. In W. Smith, M. Thurlow, & W. Foster (eds.), Supporting education management in South Africa — International perspectives: Volume 1– Selected themes in education management development (73-124). Montreal, Quebec: Canadian International Development Agency, Government of South Africa, McGill University.

Mitchell, C., & Reid-Walsh, J. (1997). And I want to thank you, Barbie: Barbie as a site for cultural interrogation. In H. Giroux & P. Shannon (eds.), Education and cultural studies: Toward a performative practice (103-116). London: Routledge.

Dillon, D., Butler-Kisber, L., & Mitchell, C. (1997). Recent trends in literacy education. In V. Froese (ed.), Language arts across the curriculum (126-138). Toronto: Prentice-Hall.

Mitchell, C. (1996). “Where are you going? Where have you been?” Image-makers as map makers. In W.F. Garrett-Petts & D. Lawrence (eds.), Integrating visual and verbal literacies (130-133). Winnipeg, Manitoba: Inkshed.

Weber, S., & Mitchell, C. (1996). Betwixt and between: The culture of student teaching. In Z. Moore (ed.), Foreign language teacher education (301-316). New York and London: University Press of America.

Weber, S., & Mitchell, C. (1996). Using drawings to interrogate professional identity and the popular culture of teaching. In I. Goodson & A. Hargreaves (eds.), Teachers’ professional lives (109-126). London: Falmer Press.

Mitchell, C. (1993). Multiculturalisme dans la littérature canadienne pour la jeunesse. In J. Bruno & P. Bruno (eds.), La littérature de jeunesse au croisement des cultures: Conference Proceedings: Biculturalisme, cultures plurielles et littérature de jeunesse (83-91). Paris: CRDP.

Mitchell, C., & Cheverie, A. (1988). Censorship of students’ writing. In R. D. Walsh and P. March (eds.), Teaching writing K‑12 (89-99). Melbourne: Dellasta.

Mitchell, C. (1985). Literature and real‑life reading. In T. Gambell and K. Whale (eds.), From Seed to Harvest: Looking at Literature (84-92). Saskatoon: Canadian Council of Teachers of English.