Publications

Spier, J. (2018). Heidegger and the lived experience of being a university educator. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Spier, J. & Giles, D. (2018). An ethics of caring in youth work practice. In P. Alldred, F. Cullen, K. Edwards & D. Fusco (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of youth work practice (pp. 329-341). London: Sage.

Spier, J. (forthcoming, 2019). Caring ‘authentically’ for disengaged students: An Australian experience. In J. Hoffman & P. Blessinger (Eds.), International Perspectives in Higher Education: Strategies for Facilitating Inclusive Campuses. Bingley, England: Emerald Group Publishing (manuscript under review).

Spier, J. (2018, December 1). Ashes Day-Night Test: A cricket lover’s guide to Adelaide. The Advertiser (digital edition).

Spier, J. (2016). Editorial musings on ‘re-humanising’ education. New Community, 14 (55), 3-9.

Spier, J. (2016). Retracing the footsteps of a hermeneutic phenomenological doctoral project. Engaging with lived experiences: Hermeneutic Phenomenological Research in Practice Conference. Flinders University Victoria Square. Apr 2016.

Spier, J. (2016). Just a ‘spoonful’ of pop culture to help the theory go down? [book review]. Journal of Applied Youth Studies, 1(3) pp. 123-127.

Spier, J. (2015). ‘Being an educator’ in university-based youth work education. Post Graduate Scholars Conference: Educational Futures, Flinders University, June 22.

Spier, J. (2014). Using hermeneutic phenomenology to explore the lived experiences of lecturers in the field of youth worker education. Institute for Heideggerian Hermeneutical Methodologies, Indiana University, June 13.

Spier, J. & Macaitis, K. (2014). ‘I will follow you into the dark’: How do bereaved young people experience the care of others? Burning Conversations Conference, Tabor College Adelaide, October 2.

Spier, J. (2015). Look again! Guiding students to view a city square through different ‘lenses’ [pdf] PLACE Magazine, 46 pp. 15-17.

Spier, J. (2013). A walk in the park: An experiential approach to youth participation [pdf]Youth Studies Australia, 32 (3), 13-25.

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