Community forums

Phillips, L. (2015, 19 May). Walking Neighbourhood hosted by children. Walk Tall Forum, Melbourne.

Invited symposia

Phillips, L. (2014, 30 Nov – 4 Dec). Walking in anarchic, indeterminate arts and research spaces. In Putting post- qualitative education research to work in the arts at The joint Australian Association for Research in Education and New Zealand Association for Research in Education Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

Phillips, L. (2014, 1-5 September). Readings of children as rights holders in Australia curricula. In The refraction of children’s and young people’s human rights in national curricula in Australia, England and Sweden symposia at European Conference on Educational Research, Porto, Portugal.

Phillips, L. (2014, 29 June- 2 July). Walking neighbourhoods hosted by children. In Critical geographies of education, at Institute of Australian Geographers, Melbourne, Australia. Phillips, L. (2014, 3-7 April). Walking neighbourhoods hosted by children. In Walking as Sensory Methodology symposia at AERA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia.

Chaired Symposia

Phillips, L. (2014, 30 Nov – 4 Dec). Children-led walks of Old Chiang Mai: Sensation, imagination, knowing and place. In Walking as relational and sensory methodology at The joint Australian Association for Research in Education and New Zealand Association for Research in Education Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

Phillips, L. (2012, 18-21 September). Children’s freedom of expression?? In early childhood education. Paper presented in Children’s rights in education: Conundrums of freedom symposium at European Conference on Educational Research, Cadiz, Spain.

Invited keynote address

Phillips, L. (2012, 10 November). Early childhood education for sustainability: Caring for self, others and place. Presented at Connecting children with their environments, Here for childcare conference, Gladstone, Australia.

Phillips, L. (2007, 8 – 9 September). Storytelling: The vital link between oracy and literacy, Keynote address, Early Childhood Conference, An Outback Experience, Mt.Isa.

Invited masterclass

Phillips, L. (2013, 4 July). Storytelling. Master class presented at Brave New World: English and literacy teaching for the 21st Century AATE & ALEA Joint National Conference, Brisbane.

Oral conference presentations

Phillips, L. (2015, 21-23 October). The Walking Neighbourhood: child led walking tours. How children, artistic intervention  and walking can lead to social change? Walk21, Vienna.

Phillips, L. & Monkivitch, S. (2015, 27-29 September). Walking a trail of paper and gravel: The grit and grime of arts activism. NewMats2015 Conference, Melbourne.

Phillips, L. (2013, 22 February). Where are the children? Paper presented at the 6th Biennial Provoking Curriculum Studies Conference: As Strong Poets, Ottawa, Canada.

Phillips, L. (2012, 2-6 December). Public tours of Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley by children. Paper presented at AARE-APERA 2012 Sydney, Australia.

Phillips, L. (2011, 13-16 September).Retribution, rebellion and responsibility in young children’s active citizenship. Paper presented at European Conference on Educational Research, Berlin, Germany.

Phillips, L. (2011, 19-23 July). Possibilities for young children’s environmental active citizenship. Paper presented at 6th World Environmental Education Congress, Brisbane, Australia.

Phillips, L. (2010, 28 November – 2 December). Social justice storytelling as pedagogy. Paper presented at Making a Difference, AARE International Education Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Phillips, L. (2010, 28 November – 2 December). Children as citizens: Not on campus. Presented at Making a Difference, AARE International Education Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Phillips, L. (2010, 30 April – 4 May). Reconceptualising young children’s active citizenship. Paper presented at AERA 2010 Annual Meeting Understanding Complex Ecologies in a Changing World, Denver, USA.

Phillips, L. (2010, 30 April – 4 May). Emergent motifs of social justice storytelling. Paper presented at AERA 2010 Annual Meeting Understanding Complex Ecologies in a Changing World, Denver, USA.

Phillips, L. (2008, 30 November – 4 December). Provoking critical awareness and intersubjectivity through “transformative storytelling” Paper presented at the Changing Climates: Education for Sustainable Futures, AARE International Education Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

Phillips, L. (2008, 23 – 28 March). Young children’s active citizenship inspired through transformative storytelling. Paper presented at the AERA 2008 Annual Meeting Research on schools, neighbourhoods and communities: Toward civic responsibility, New York, USA.

Phillips, L. (2007, 15 – 17 November). Transformative storytelling. Paper presented at the Honoring the Child, Honoring Equity 7, Transforming connections: local and global possibilities, Melbourne, Australia.