Ms Victoria Ann O'Sullivan
BFA MFA(Hons) MCW(Hons) MEd(Hons) DipTchg(Sec) ACE, PGDipEd(Dist) Auck.
Research | Current
My recent publications include:
O'Sullivan, V. (2021). A project of mourning: Attuning to the impact of "anthropocentric-noise disorder" on non-human kin. In A. MacKenzie, R. Jennifer, & I. Bhatt (Eds.), The epistemology of deceit in a postdigital era. Springer.
O’Sullivan, V. (2020). On the educative potential of reservoir bats: Practices of response-ability for the Chthulucene. Knowledge Cultures, 8(2), 16–22. https://doi.org/10.22381/KC8220203 (Journal article)
O’Sullivan, V. (2020). Non-human animal trauma during the pandemic. Postdigital Science and Education, 588–596. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42438-020-00143-2 (Journal article)
O’Sullivan, V. (2020). On the strange synchronicity and associative potential of lockdown dreams. Meniscus Literary Journal, 8:1, 15. (Micro-fiction)
O’Sullivan, V. (2020). Violence, milk and pedagogy? Re-thinking relationships between non-human animals and schools. Animals in Society blog. https://animalsinsocietygroup.wordpress.com/2020/01/17/violence-milk-and-pedagogy-re-thinking-relationships-between-non-human-animals-and-schools-by-victoria-osullivan/
University of Auckland Doctoral Scholarship, 2018
University of Auckland Masters Scholarship, 2002
Fowlds Memorial Prize in Fine Arts, 1998
Areas of expertise
Critical Animal Studies
2021 - Member of the Australasian Animal Studies Association