Early Career Art Teachers
Hofsess, B. A., & Hanawalt, C. (2019, forthcoming). (Art)full gifts: Material disruptions and conceptual proddings as creative acts of mentoring for early career art teachers. Visual Inquiry: Learning and Teaching Art.
Hanawalt, C. (2019, forthcoming). Disrupting the spectacle of school art through collage narrative: New art teachers and in-between spaces of possibility. In Sameshima, P., Sinner, A., & White, B. (Eds.), MA: Materiality in Teaching and Learning.
Hanawalt, C. (2018). School art in an era of accountability and compliance: New art teachers and the complex relations of public schools. Studies in Art Education, 59(2), 90-105.
Hanawalt, C. (2016). Collage as critical practice: Mapping new art teacher experiences within contemporary assemblages of education (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from
Hanawalt, C. (2015). Reframing new art teacher support: From failure to freedom. Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, 35, 69-81.
Historical Research in Art Education
Hanawalt, C. (2016). Gloucester and the friendly sea: An early twentieth-century art educator’s mural as a pedagogical hinge. Studies in Art Education, 57(3), 221-237.
Hanawalt, C., & Uhlig, S. (2017) Making place through Mabel Spofford: Archival materials, assemblages and events. In Bolin, P. & Kantawala, A. (Eds.) Revitalizing history: Recognizing the struggles, lives, and achievements of African American and women art educators. Wilmington, DE: Vernon Press.