Marg Sellers is a lecturer in Education at RMIT.
- Sellers, M. (2015). ...working with (a) rhizoanalysis...and working (with) a rhizoanalysis In: Complicity: an international journal of complexity in education, 12, 1 - 26
- Sellers, M.,Chancellor, B. (2013). Playing with play(ing): play-fully writing about play In: Global Studies of Childhood, 3, 297 - 309
- Sellers, M. (2013). Young children becoming curriculum: Deleuze, Te Whariki and curricular understandings, Routledge, New York, United States
- Sellers, M. (2010). Re(con)ceiving young children's curricular performativity In: International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 23, 557 - 577
- Sellers, M. (2009). A rhizo-poiesis: Children's play(ing) of games In: Complicity: An International Journal of Complexity and Education, 6, 91 - 103
- Honan, E.,Sellers, M. (2008). (E)merging methodologies: Putting rhizomes to work In: Nomadic education: Variations on a theme by Deleuze and Guattari, Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Sellers, W.,Sellers, M. (2008). Responding to Pauline Sameshima and Rita Irwin's `Rendering dimensions of liminal currere' In: Transnational Curriculum Inquiry, 5, 69 - 73
- Honan, E.,Sellers, M. (2006). So how does it work? - rhizomatic methodologies In: AARE Education Research Conference, Adelaide, 27-30 November 2006
- Sellers, M. (2005). Growing a Rhizome: Embodying Early Experiences in Learning In: New Zealand Research in Early Childhood Education, 8, 29 - 41
Curriculum and Pedagogy, Education Systems, Specialist Studies in Education, Other Education
Note: Supervision projects since 2004
3 PhD Current Supervisions and 1 Masters by Research Current Supervisions
Philosophy of curriculum, reconceptualising early childhood curriculum, poststructuralist research methodologies, Deleuzian philosophy, re-imag(in)ing children (i.e. postructuralist images of children and childhood), narrative inquiry, bicultural curriculum and learning.