Dr Marianne Hulsbosch

PGCertProfStud(SCAE), MCA(UOW), PhD(UOW), GradCertEdStud(HigherEducation)(Sydney)

Honorary Senior Lecturer

Email:

Phone: +61 2 9351 3159

Fax: +61 2 9351 4580

Building.Room: A35.908

Research interests

Research on teaching and learning

  • Creative and performing arts


Keywords

Arts-based learning and teaching, visual and creative arts, arts-based multicultural education



Professional biography

 Marianne is a senior lecturer Visual Art & Design Education at the University of Sydney. She has extensive experience in lecturing in visual arts, design, technology and textiles education at national and international levels. Marianne explored identity construction through sartorial means for her PhD in Creative Arts.

Marianne publishes widely and her recent titles are: Asian Material Culture (2009), Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press; Cambridge Senior Visual Arts Stage 6 (2008), Cambridge Senior Visual Arts Teacher CDROM, and Cambridge Visual Arts Stage 4 (2008), Melbourne: Cambridge University Press; Marianne has extensive experience in developing curriculum support material for teachers in art-based learning and teaching. Her current research interest is in the development of visual literacy in multicultural contexts. In addition she continues to exhibit in internationally acclaimed exhibitions that incorporate a wide range of processes, materials and contextual sites.



Awards

  • Faculty of Education and Social Work Excellence in Teaching Award; 2010



Professional and community roles

  • Member of the Museum of Contemporary Arts teachers council

  • Journal Editor, Multicultural Education Review



Current projects

  • Arts-based multicultural education


Selected publications

Books

  • Marianne Hulsbosch, ed. . (2009). Asian Material Culture. (Vol. 2), Amsterdam: ICAS / Amsterdam University Press..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch ed. (2008). Cambridge Visual Arts Stage 4. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch ed. (2008). Cambridge Senior Visual Arts Stage 6.. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch ed. (2006). Senior Design and Technology. Melbourne: University Press.

Book chapters

  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2010). Rites of Passage and Rituals in Indonesia.. In J. B. Eicher (Ed.), The Berg Encyclopaedia of World Dress and Fashion. (Vol. 4, pp. 1194–1213), Oxford: Berg Fashion Library Ltd..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2010). Cross-Dressing in Indonesia. In J. B. Eicher (Ed.), The Berg Encyclopaedia of World Dress and Fashion. (Vol. 4, pp. 1270–1278), Oxford: Berg Fashion Library Ltd..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2010). Colonial Influence on the Sarong and Kain in Java.. In J. B. Eicher (Ed.), The Berg Encyclopaedia of World Dress and Fashion. (Vol. 4, pp. 1254–1262), Oxford: Berg Fashion Library Ltd..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch, Elizabeth Bedford, and Martha Chaiklin. (2009). Asian Material Culture In Context.. In Marianne Hulsbosch (Ed.), Asian Material Culture. (Vol. 2, pp. 9–13), Amsterdam: ICAS / Amsterdam University Press..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2009). Fluttering Like Flowers In A Summer's Breeze.. In Marianne Hulsbosch (Ed.), Asian Material Culture. (Vol. 2, pp. 165–190), Amsterdam: ICAS / Amsterdam University Press..
  • Robyn Gibson & Marianne Hulsbosch. (2006). The Art of Visual Inquiry. In Knowles, Cole, Neilsen & Luciani (Ed.), Arts Informed Inquiry Tornoto: Backalong Books.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2004). Ambonese Underwear: Ethnic Indentity Contruction in Dutch Colonial Times. In Anne Collett & Paul Sharrad (Ed.), Reinventing Textiles (pp. 37–50), London: Telos.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2002). The Futures Field in Design and Technology Education. In Jãrvinen, Lindh, Sããskilathi & Twyford (Ed.), Technology Education in Practice (pp. 107–112), Oulu: Yliopistopaino University..
  • Marianne Husbosch. (2002). Design and Technology Education in Primary Schools in NSW, Australia. In Jãrvinen, Lindh, Sããskilathi & Twyford (Ed.), Technology Education in Practice (pp. 97–106), Oulu: Yliopistopaino University..

Journal articles

  • Novak, K. & Hulsbosch, M. (2013). Examining museum education kits using a cultural capital lens: the positioning of Visual Arts teachers and their students within museum education kits. International Journal of the Inclusive Museum, 5(3), 37–49.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2006). Fashionable Studies: A Method for Analysing Dress and Adornment. Journal of the Home Economics Institute of Australia, 13(3), 2–9.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2006). Ambonese Bridal Wear. Textiles Society of Hong Kong, 4(14), 5–9.

Conference papers

  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2010). Multicultural Education Through Arts-Based Learning And Teaching. In Kunyung Kang Sharing Common Ideals and Learning from Different Experiences (5). Hanyang University, Seoul, 14-15 May 2010.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2010). Exploring Multiculturalism Using Arts-Based Education. In The 5th International Arts in Society Conference (5). Sydney, 22-25 July 2010.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2008). Visual Literacy: Exploring Australian Indigenous Literacies.. In Teaching English and the Arts in the 21st Century Conference: Action, Imagination, Engagement.. Sydney, September, 2008.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2008). They shall walk in black—the blackness of God's destruction.. In Art Association of Australia and New Zealand annual conference AAANZ: Alpha Alpha Alpha November Zulu, Brisbane, 2008.AAANZ: Alpha Alpha Alpha November Zulu. Brisbane, November 2008.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2007). Cleanliness in the Moluccas. In Professor Kees van Dijk The 21st KITLV International Workshop on Southeast Asian Studies: Conceptions of Cleanliness. KITLV, Leiden, 28-30 August 2007.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2007). Does the Devil Wear Black? Identity Construction in a Dutch Colonial Religious Context. In The 5th International Convention of Asian Scholars: Sharing a Future in Asia. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia., 2-6 August 2007 .
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2007). Undressing Colonial History: Changing Colonial Identities as Depicted in Children's Primary School Texts. In Fashion in Fiction. UTS Sydney, 26-27 May 2007.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2006). Of brutes and brides: Displaying a distinct ethnic identity in a colonial context. In Vickers, Adrian & Hanlon, Margaret Asia Reconstructed: Proceedings of the 16th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, 2006, Wollongong, Australia. Wollongong, 26-29th June 2006.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2005). Achieving excellence in teaching through practitioner research using design and technology education processes. In C. Benson, S. Lawson and W. Till (pp. 61–64).
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2005). Transforming our Practice: The Use of Negotiated Arts Experiences. In The Australian Institute of Art Education Conference: New Directions in Australian Art Education.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2005). Technology Education: The Chinese Proposal. In The International Technology Education Symposium 2.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2005). Religious Christian Dress Development in Dutch Colonial Times. In Dr Paul van de Velde The 4th International Convention of Asian Scholars.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2005). Barbarians and Brides. In The Annual Conference of the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2004). Technology Education: The Way Foreward. In The International Technology Education Symposium 1..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2004). A Rural Experience: Art Student Teacher's Learning in a Rural Context. In The International Conference on Education.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2003). The Influences And Meaning Of Traditional Christian Ambonese Dress In Religious Context. In Museum Nasional Jakarta The Traditional Textiles of Indonesia, Weaving of Nusantara Symposium.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2003). Dress and Identity Construction in a Dutch Colonial Context. In Making an Appearance: Fashion, Dress and Consumption Conference.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2002). Outward Identity Construction: Fabrications of the Self. In Fabrications of the Post Colonial.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2000). Creative and Critical Thinking in the Primary Design and Technology Classroom. In The International Design and Technology Teachers Conference.

Other

  • Marianne Hulsbosch ed. (2008). Cambridge Senior Visual Arts Stage 6.Teacher's CD-ROM, Melbourne: Cambridge University Press..