Anna: "Walking in the City"
Anna: "Walking in the City"

Schulte, C. M. (2015). Researching Anna’s drawing: The pedagogical composition of concern. Qualitative Inquiry, 21(6), 1-8.

Carter: Alien Creature
Carter: Alien Creature

Schulte, C. M. (2015). Lines of deterritorialization: The becoming-minor of Carter’s drawing. Studies in Art Education. 56(2), 142-155.

Thompson, C. M., McClure, M., Schulte, C.M. & Sunday, K. (2014). New directions in researching young children’s art making. In O. N. Saracho (Ed.,), Handbook of research methods in early childhood education (pp. 393-431). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Schulte, C. M. (2013). Verbalization as a threshold in children’s drawing encounters. Visual Arts Research, 39(77), 54-69.

Schulte, C. M. (2013). Being there and becoming-unfaithful. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 14(SI 1.5). http://www.ijea.org/v14si1/.

Schulte, C. M. (2011). Verbalization in children’s drawing performances: Toward a metaphorical continuum of inscription, extension, and re-inscription. Studies in Art Education, 53(1), 20-34.

Carter: banana agent / yb
Carter: banana agent / yb

Schulte, C. M. (2015). Intergalactic encounters: Desire & the political immediacy of children’s drawing. Studies in Art Education.

Kyle and Scott: The Ketchup Explosion
Kyle and Scott: The Ketchup Explosion

Schulte, C. M. (2016). Possible worlds: Deleuzian ontology and the project of listening in children’s drawing, Cultural Studies-Critical Methodologies, 16(2), 141-150.

Coffee Pedagogy: Radical Hospitality
Coffee Pedagogy: Radical Hospitality

Schulte, C. M., & Powell, K. (2016). Radical Hospitality: Food + Drink as Intercultural Exchange. In P. Burnard, E, MacKinlay, & K. Powell (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of intercultural arts. New York: Routledge.

The Habit of Short Hand Inquiry
The Habit of Short Hand Inquiry

Schulte, C. M. (2018). Deleuze, concept formation, and the habit of short hand inquiry. Qualitative Inquiry, 24(3), 194-202.

 

*Charles Garoian, 1972, Grids (emphasis changed), Lodi Art Center, Courtesy of Charles Garoian.

*For additional information about Charles Garoian, please visit his personal website at http://www.personal.psu.edu/crg2/ or his faculty webpage at https://sova.psu.edu/profile/charlesgaroian.

 Knochel, A., Powell, K., & Schulte, C.M. (Eds.) (2018). Proceedings from the Penn State Seminar @50: Transdisciplinary inquiry, practices, and possibilities. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Libraries’ Publication and Curation Services.  Sunday, K., McClure, M., & Schulte, C. M. (Eds.). (2014). “Art in early childhood”.  Special Edition, Occasional Paper Series . New York: Bank Street College of Education.  Schulte, C. M. (Managing. Ed.). (2014). “In Memoriam - Elliot Eisner: March 10, 1933 – January 10, 2014”. L. Bresler, K. Grauer, K, Powell (Eds.)  International Journal of Education & the Arts ,  15 (Special Issue 1) Retrieved from http://ijea.org/v15si1/.  Schulte, C. M. (Associate Ed.), Gradle, S. A. (Ed.). (2011). Arts & Learning Research Journal special issue: Selected papers from the 2010 AERA Arts & Learning SIG. International Journal of Education & the Arts,  12 (SI 1). Retrieved from http:ww.ijea.org/v12si1/.

Knochel, A., Powell, K., & Schulte, C.M. (Eds.) (2018). Proceedings from the Penn State Seminar @50: Transdisciplinary inquiry, practices, and possibilities. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Libraries’ Publication and Curation Services.

Sunday, K., McClure, M., & Schulte, C. M. (Eds.). (2014). “Art in early childhood”. Special Edition, Occasional Paper Series. New York: Bank Street College of Education.

Schulte, C. M. (Managing. Ed.). (2014). “In Memoriam - Elliot Eisner: March 10, 1933 – January 10, 2014”. L. Bresler, K. Grauer, K, Powell (Eds.) International Journal of Education & the Arts, 15(Special Issue 1) Retrieved from http://ijea.org/v15si1/.

Schulte, C. M. (Associate Ed.), Gradle, S. A. (Ed.). (2011). Arts & Learning Research Journal special issue: Selected papers from the 2010 AERA Arts & Learning SIG. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 12(SI 1). Retrieved from http:ww.ijea.org/v12si1/.

Published Book Reviews
Published Book Reviews

Schulte, C.M. (2018). Thinking with materials in early childhood: Vital encounters. A review of V. P. Ketchaba, S. Kind, & L. Kocher (Eds.). Encountering materials in early childhood education. New York: Routledge. Studies in Art Education, 59(1).

Schulte, C. M. (2013). The prosthetic space of art research and practice: A letter. A review essay of C. R. Garoian’s (2013) book The prosthetic pedagogy of art: Embodied research and practice. New York: SUNY Press. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 10(2).

Schulte, C. M. (2011). Children’s creation of imaginary worlds: Potentials and practices. A review essay. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 12(Review 5). http://www.ijea.org/v12r5/.

Communities of Practice: Art, Play, and Aesthetics in Early Childhood
Communities of Practice: Art, Play, and Aesthetics in Early Childhood

Schulte, C. M., & Thompson, C. M. (Eds.) (2018). Communities of practice: Art, play, and aesthetics in early childhood. New York: Springer.

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Schulte, C. M. (2018). The will-to-research children’s drawing. In C. M. Schulte & C. M. Thompson (Eds.), Communities of practice: Art, play, and aesthetics in early childhood. New York: Springer.

Thompson, C. M., & Schulte, C. M. (2018). Introduction: Communities of practice. In C. M. Schulte & C. M. Thompson (Eds.), Communities of practice: Art, play, and aesthetics in early childhood. New York: Springer.

Ethics and Research With Young Children: 'New' Perspectives
Ethics and Research With Young Children: 'New' Perspectives

Schulte, C. M. (Ed.) (2019). Ethics and research with young children: New Perspectives. London: Bloomsbury.

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Schulte, C.M. (2019). Playing ‘school’ at home: Toward an ethics of pliability in parental play. In C.M. Schulte (Ed.), Ethics and research with young children: New perspectives. London: Bloomsbury.

Schulte, C.M. (2019). Introduction. In C.M. Schulte (Ed.), Ethics and research with young children: New perspectives. London: Bloomsbury.

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Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design
Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design

As an Innovator in Residence with Penn State's Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design (2017-2019), Christopher Schulte developed a new course, titled, "Art, Play, and Aesthetics in Childhood," which orients students to early art teaching by positioning them as researchers of children's art, play, and aesthetic production. To do this, I am tinkering with and making use of various research pedagogies--i.e., pedagogical strategies that nudge students into different research encounters with children, and that move them to consider differently their creative and cultural production. *I am now publishing works that relate to and engage with this approach, and the problems that emerge from it.

Schulte, C. M. (2018). Entering the milieus of children’s drawing: Complicated Proximities. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 19(si1.4). Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.18113/P8ijea19si04

The Untimely Death of a Bird
The Untimely Death of a Bird

Schulte, C. M. (2018). The untimely death of a bird: A posthuman tale. In C. Kuby, J. Thiel, & K. Spector (Eds.), Posthumanism and literacy education: Knowing/becoming/doing literacies. New York: Routledge

 

*This work was made possible through the generous support of a 2016 Penn State College of Arts and Architecture Faculty Research Grant. The Pennsylvania State University. University Park, PA.

A Récit From Tallen Forskola
A Récit From Tallen Forskola

Schulte, C.M. (2018). The encumbrances of time: A récit from Tallen Forskola. Entanglements: Experiments in Multimodal Ethnography. 1(2), 125-128.

*This research was made possible by the generous support of a 2016 College of Arts and Architecture Faculty Research Grant.

 Schulte, C.M. (under review). Post-humanism and children’s drawing. (Intended for  Studies in Art Education ).

Schulte, C.M. (under review). Post-humanism and children’s drawing. (Intended for Studies in Art Education).

Andrew: Plot Holes
Andrew: Plot Holes

Schulte, C.M. (in press). Plot holes in children’s drawing. Art Education, 72(3) 15-19.

*This research was made possible with support from Penn State’s Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design.

Louis: Fire Truck + Water Hose
Louis: Fire Truck + Water Hose

Articles:

Schulte, C.M. (in progress). The making of a deficit aesthetic. (Intended for Global Studies in Childhood).

Schulte, C.M. (in progress). Reconceptualizing the adult in childhood studies. (Intended for Harvard Educational Review).

Books:

Schulte, C.M. (in progress). Writing children drawing: Ghost stories. (Intended for Routledge).

Park, H., & Schulte, C.M. (Eds.), (in progress). Teaching art in early childhood and elementary settings. (Intended for Routledge).

Anna: "Walking in the City"
Carter: Alien Creature
Carter: banana agent / yb
Kyle and Scott: The Ketchup Explosion
Coffee Pedagogy: Radical Hospitality
The Habit of Short Hand Inquiry
 Knochel, A., Powell, K., & Schulte, C.M. (Eds.) (2018). Proceedings from the Penn State Seminar @50: Transdisciplinary inquiry, practices, and possibilities. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Libraries’ Publication and Curation Services.  Sunday, K., McClure, M., & Schulte, C. M. (Eds.). (2014). “Art in early childhood”.  Special Edition, Occasional Paper Series . New York: Bank Street College of Education.  Schulte, C. M. (Managing. Ed.). (2014). “In Memoriam - Elliot Eisner: March 10, 1933 – January 10, 2014”. L. Bresler, K. Grauer, K, Powell (Eds.)  International Journal of Education & the Arts ,  15 (Special Issue 1) Retrieved from http://ijea.org/v15si1/.  Schulte, C. M. (Associate Ed.), Gradle, S. A. (Ed.). (2011). Arts & Learning Research Journal special issue: Selected papers from the 2010 AERA Arts & Learning SIG. International Journal of Education & the Arts,  12 (SI 1). Retrieved from http:ww.ijea.org/v12si1/.
Published Book Reviews
Communities of Practice: Art, Play, and Aesthetics in Early Childhood
Ethics and Research With Young Children: 'New' Perspectives
Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design
The Untimely Death of a Bird
A Récit From Tallen Forskola
 Schulte, C.M. (under review). Post-humanism and children’s drawing. (Intended for  Studies in Art Education ).
Andrew: Plot Holes
Louis: Fire Truck + Water Hose
Anna: "Walking in the City"

Schulte, C. M. (2015). Researching Anna’s drawing: The pedagogical composition of concern. Qualitative Inquiry, 21(6), 1-8.

Carter: Alien Creature

Schulte, C. M. (2015). Lines of deterritorialization: The becoming-minor of Carter’s drawing. Studies in Art Education. 56(2), 142-155.

Thompson, C. M., McClure, M., Schulte, C.M. & Sunday, K. (2014). New directions in researching young children’s art making. In O. N. Saracho (Ed.,), Handbook of research methods in early childhood education (pp. 393-431). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Schulte, C. M. (2013). Verbalization as a threshold in children’s drawing encounters. Visual Arts Research, 39(77), 54-69.

Schulte, C. M. (2013). Being there and becoming-unfaithful. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 14(SI 1.5). http://www.ijea.org/v14si1/.

Schulte, C. M. (2011). Verbalization in children’s drawing performances: Toward a metaphorical continuum of inscription, extension, and re-inscription. Studies in Art Education, 53(1), 20-34.

Carter: banana agent / yb

Schulte, C. M. (2015). Intergalactic encounters: Desire & the political immediacy of children’s drawing. Studies in Art Education.

Kyle and Scott: The Ketchup Explosion

Schulte, C. M. (2016). Possible worlds: Deleuzian ontology and the project of listening in children’s drawing, Cultural Studies-Critical Methodologies, 16(2), 141-150.

Coffee Pedagogy: Radical Hospitality

Schulte, C. M., & Powell, K. (2016). Radical Hospitality: Food + Drink as Intercultural Exchange. In P. Burnard, E, MacKinlay, & K. Powell (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of intercultural arts. New York: Routledge.

The Habit of Short Hand Inquiry

Schulte, C. M. (2018). Deleuze, concept formation, and the habit of short hand inquiry. Qualitative Inquiry, 24(3), 194-202.

 

*Charles Garoian, 1972, Grids (emphasis changed), Lodi Art Center, Courtesy of Charles Garoian.

*For additional information about Charles Garoian, please visit his personal website at http://www.personal.psu.edu/crg2/ or his faculty webpage at https://sova.psu.edu/profile/charlesgaroian.

Knochel, A., Powell, K., & Schulte, C.M. (Eds.) (2018). Proceedings from the Penn State Seminar @50: Transdisciplinary inquiry, practices, and possibilities. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Libraries’ Publication and Curation Services.

Sunday, K., McClure, M., & Schulte, C. M. (Eds.). (2014). “Art in early childhood”. Special Edition, Occasional Paper Series. New York: Bank Street College of Education.

Schulte, C. M. (Managing. Ed.). (2014). “In Memoriam - Elliot Eisner: March 10, 1933 – January 10, 2014”. L. Bresler, K. Grauer, K, Powell (Eds.) International Journal of Education & the Arts, 15(Special Issue 1) Retrieved from http://ijea.org/v15si1/.

Schulte, C. M. (Associate Ed.), Gradle, S. A. (Ed.). (2011). Arts & Learning Research Journal special issue: Selected papers from the 2010 AERA Arts & Learning SIG. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 12(SI 1). Retrieved from http:ww.ijea.org/v12si1/.

Published Book Reviews

Schulte, C.M. (2018). Thinking with materials in early childhood: Vital encounters. A review of V. P. Ketchaba, S. Kind, & L. Kocher (Eds.). Encountering materials in early childhood education. New York: Routledge. Studies in Art Education, 59(1).

Schulte, C. M. (2013). The prosthetic space of art research and practice: A letter. A review essay of C. R. Garoian’s (2013) book The prosthetic pedagogy of art: Embodied research and practice. New York: SUNY Press. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 10(2).

Schulte, C. M. (2011). Children’s creation of imaginary worlds: Potentials and practices. A review essay. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 12(Review 5). http://www.ijea.org/v12r5/.

Communities of Practice: Art, Play, and Aesthetics in Early Childhood

Schulte, C. M., & Thompson, C. M. (Eds.) (2018). Communities of practice: Art, play, and aesthetics in early childhood. New York: Springer.

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Schulte, C. M. (2018). The will-to-research children’s drawing. In C. M. Schulte & C. M. Thompson (Eds.), Communities of practice: Art, play, and aesthetics in early childhood. New York: Springer.

Thompson, C. M., & Schulte, C. M. (2018). Introduction: Communities of practice. In C. M. Schulte & C. M. Thompson (Eds.), Communities of practice: Art, play, and aesthetics in early childhood. New York: Springer.

Ethics and Research With Young Children: 'New' Perspectives

Schulte, C. M. (Ed.) (2019). Ethics and research with young children: New Perspectives. London: Bloomsbury.

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Schulte, C.M. (2019). Playing ‘school’ at home: Toward an ethics of pliability in parental play. In C.M. Schulte (Ed.), Ethics and research with young children: New perspectives. London: Bloomsbury.

Schulte, C.M. (2019). Introduction. In C.M. Schulte (Ed.), Ethics and research with young children: New perspectives. London: Bloomsbury.

*tentative cover image

Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design

As an Innovator in Residence with Penn State's Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design (2017-2019), Christopher Schulte developed a new course, titled, "Art, Play, and Aesthetics in Childhood," which orients students to early art teaching by positioning them as researchers of children's art, play, and aesthetic production. To do this, I am tinkering with and making use of various research pedagogies--i.e., pedagogical strategies that nudge students into different research encounters with children, and that move them to consider differently their creative and cultural production. *I am now publishing works that relate to and engage with this approach, and the problems that emerge from it.

Schulte, C. M. (2018). Entering the milieus of children’s drawing: Complicated Proximities. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 19(si1.4). Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.18113/P8ijea19si04

The Untimely Death of a Bird

Schulte, C. M. (2018). The untimely death of a bird: A posthuman tale. In C. Kuby, J. Thiel, & K. Spector (Eds.), Posthumanism and literacy education: Knowing/becoming/doing literacies. New York: Routledge

 

*This work was made possible through the generous support of a 2016 Penn State College of Arts and Architecture Faculty Research Grant. The Pennsylvania State University. University Park, PA.

A Récit From Tallen Forskola

Schulte, C.M. (2018). The encumbrances of time: A récit from Tallen Forskola. Entanglements: Experiments in Multimodal Ethnography. 1(2), 125-128.

*This research was made possible by the generous support of a 2016 College of Arts and Architecture Faculty Research Grant.

Schulte, C.M. (under review). Post-humanism and children’s drawing. (Intended for Studies in Art Education).

Andrew: Plot Holes

Schulte, C.M. (in press). Plot holes in children’s drawing. Art Education, 72(3) 15-19.

*This research was made possible with support from Penn State’s Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design.

Louis: Fire Truck + Water Hose

Articles:

Schulte, C.M. (in progress). The making of a deficit aesthetic. (Intended for Global Studies in Childhood).

Schulte, C.M. (in progress). Reconceptualizing the adult in childhood studies. (Intended for Harvard Educational Review).

Books:

Schulte, C.M. (in progress). Writing children drawing: Ghost stories. (Intended for Routledge).

Park, H., & Schulte, C.M. (Eds.), (in progress). Teaching art in early childhood and elementary settings. (Intended for Routledge).

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