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Lindsey K. Horner

Lindsey K. Horner

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Personal statement

I am an academic and researcher in the field of Education and International Development, specialising in critical peace education and participatory research.

I obtained my PhD from the University of Bristol in 2011, which explored critical peace education as the interactions of a multifarious understanding of peace and practices to facilitate moving these understandings forward (the work of translating peace) in conflict effected communities in Mindanao.The commitment to social justice, ethics and participant representation found in my seminal research form the foundation of my research commitment and driving motivation behind my research trajectory to date, which has seen me progress onto contributions to research projects exploring the theoretical resources, processes and benefits of co- designed/constructed/produced research and the role of teachers in peacebuilding.

My current interests are in critical peace education, education and conflict, social justice and postdevelopment initiatives and theory. I have experience in research methodologies, particularly specialising in ethnography, visual data, and a/r/tography.

Academic qualifications

  • PhD University of Bristol
  • MEd University of Bristol
  • MEd University of Bristol
  • BA(Hons) University of Reading

Teaching specialism

  • Education and development
  • Peace education
  • Peacekeeping education
  • Participatory and co-constructed research methodologies

Research and academic outputs

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Uncertainty, fluidity and occupying spaces in-between: peace education practices in Mindanao, the Philippines
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Horner, L.K (2016) 'Uncertainty, fluidity and occupying spaces in-between: peace education practices in Mindanao, the Philippines.' In: Bajaj, M and Hantzopoulos, M, eds. Peace education: international perspectives. Bloomsbury, London, pp. 125-140. ISBN 9781474233699


Rethinking development and peacebuilding in non-secular contexts: a postsecular alternative in Mindanao?
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Horner, L.K (2017) 'Rethinking development and peacebuilding in non-secular contexts: a postsecular alternative in Mindanao?' Third World Quarterly, 38 (9). pp. 2009-2026. ISSN 1360-2241


Blessed are the uncertain, for they will experience excess
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Horner, L.K (2014) 'Blessed are the uncertain, for they will experience excess.' Emotion, Space and Society, 11. pp. 6-15. ISSN 1755-4586


Networking resources, owning productivity: a post-development alternative in Mindanao?
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Horner, L.K (2013) 'Networking resources, owning productivity: a post-development alternative in Mindanao?' Globalisation, Societies and Education, 11 (4). pp. 538-559. ISSN 1476-7724


Peace as an event, peace as utopia: a re-imagining of peace and its implications for peace education and development
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Horner, L.K (2013) 'Peace as an event, peace as utopia: a re-imagining of peace and its implications for peace education and development.' Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 34 (3). pp. 366-379. ISSN 0159-6306


Co-constructing research: a critical literature review. AHRC
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Horner, L.K (2016) Co-constructing research: a critical literature review. AHRC.


Literature review: the role of teachers in peacebuilding
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Horner, L.K, Kadiwal, L, Sayed, Y, Barrett, A, Durrani, N and Novelli, M (2015) Literature review: the role of teachers in peacebuilding.


Towards the all-age friendly city: working paper 1 of the Bristol All-Age Friendly City group
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Facer, K, Horner, L.K and Manchester, H (2014) Towards the all-age friendly city: working paper 1 of the Bristol All-Age Friendly City group.


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