Sarah E. Truman is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at University of Melbourne. She was a Researcher at The Pedagogical Impulse from 2012–2017, and continues to collaborate with the team on publications and projects.
Her current research in Australia focuses on speculative fiction and STEM imaginaries in texts and research-creation methodologies. Sarah’s research is informed by the new materialisms with a particular interest in theories of affect and queer theory. She is the author of Searching for Guan Yin (White Pine, 2011); co-editor of Pedagogical Matters: New Materialism and Curriculum Studies (Peter Lang, 2016); and co-author of the book Walking Methodologies in More-than-Human World: Walkinglab (Routledge, 2018).
She co-directs WalkingLab (www.walkinglab.org) and is one half of the electro-glitch band Oblique Curiosities (www.obliquecuriosities.com)