Dr Linda Henderson is a Senioir Lecturer, Early Years in the Faculty of Education at Monash University. Her research is focused on Early Years teachers and their work and learning. Employing feminist poststructuralist methodologies, she is particularly interested in exploring intersections between institutional cultures, the impact of reform measures and policy implementation, and the effects these have on the everyday work of teachers. Her research has a strong focus on issues of social justice and equity and so she is also interested in how collaborative research methods can open up new ways of working for teachers and teacher educators.
- Henderson, L. ( in press, 2018). Shifting sands: Writing across time. In S. Riddle, D. Bright & E. Honan (Eds.), Writing with Deleuze in the Academy: Creating Monster, (pp. 138-155). New York: Springer.
- Henderson, L., & Black, A. (2018). Splitting the world open: Writing stories of mourning and loss. Qualitative Inquiry, 24(4) 260-269. DOI: 10/1177/107780041772858
- Henderson, L. (2018). I am the compliant academic. In A. Black & S. Garvis (Eds.), Women activating agency in academia: Metaphors, manifestos and memoir (pp.185-201). Milton Park, Oxon: Routledge.
- Nuttall, J., Thomas, L., & Henderson, L. (2018). Formative interventions in leadership development in early childhood education. The potential of double stimulation. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 16(1), 80-91. DOI: 10.1177/147618X16664555
- Henderson, L. (2017). ‘But that wasn’t enough’: Exploring affective assemblages within a professional relationship. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 38(4), 1-14. DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2015.1105792
- Henderson, L. (2017). Someone had to have faith in them as professionals: An evaluation of an action research project to develop educational leadership across the early years. Educational Action Research, 25(3), 387-401. DOI: 10.1080/09650792.2016.1173566
- Loch, S., Henderson, L., & Honan, E. (2017). The joy of writingassemblage. In S. Riddle, M. Harmes & P. Dunaher (Eds.), Producing Pleasure within the contemporary university. (pp. 65 – 79). Netherlands: Sense Publishers.