My scholarship and research interests currently include curriculum theory, youth studies, art and media education, post-structuralism, post-humanism (particularly from the vantage of the anthropocene), the post-psychoanalysis of Guattari, and the interface of Deleuzian philosophy, visual art, film (specifically horror film studies), music (specifically metal studies) and pedagogy.
jagodzinski, j. & Wallin, J. (2013). Art based inquiry: A critique and proposal. New York, NY: Sense Publishers.
Wallin, J. (2011). A Deleuzian approach to curriculum: Essays on a pedagogical life. New York, NY: Palgrave McMillan.
Venkatesh, V., Wallin, J., Castro, J. C., Lewis, J., Thomas, T. (2014). Online niche communities. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Press.
Carlin, M. & Wallin, J. (Eds.). (2014). Deleuze, Guattari, Education, and Politics. New York: Continuum.
Fidyk, A., Wallin, J., & den Heyer, K (Eds.). (2008). Democratizing educational experience: Envisioning, embodying, enacting. Troy, NY: Educator’s International Press Inc.
Edited Special Journal Issues
Wallin, J. (Ed.). (2013). The anthropocentric academy: One trillion anomals take the stand. Special Issue of The Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 10 (1), 11-34.
jagodzinski, j., Wallin, J., & Hetrick, L (Eds.). (2013). Deleuze, Guattari, and Art Education. Special Issue of Visual Arts Research, 39 (1).
Chapters in Books (Selected)
J. Beier & J. Wallin. (forthcoming). Sound without organs. In B. Herzogenrath (Ed.), Sound Thinking. New York: Bloomsbury.
J. Beier & J. Wallin (forthcoming). The Disappeared Future of Arts-Based Research: Towards a Reality-Without-Givenness. In j. jagodzinski (Ed.). The Future of Arts- Based Research. New York: Palgrave.
Wallin, J. (forthcoming). Deliriumland: Disney and the Simulation of Utopia. In J. Sandlin & J. Maudlin (Eds.), Disney, Culture, and the Curriculum. New York: Routledge.
Mellor, L., Wallin, J., Venkatesh, V. (forthcoming). Killing for Slenderman. In M. Arntfield & M. Danesi (Eds.), The Criminal Humanities: An Introduction. New York: Peter Lang.
Venkatesh, V, Wallin, J, Walschots, N, Netherton, J, & Podoshen, J (forthcoming). Transcending and Subjugating Death in Necrophilic Death Metal: Examining the Ethos of Abjection and Sex Pollution in A Niche Cultural Art Form. In A. Aggrawal, E. Hickey & L. Mellor (Eds.), Necrophilia: A Global Anthology. San Diego, USA: Cognella, Inc.
Wallin, J. (forthcoming). To Die Well: The Death of Death in Curriculum. In Reynolds, W. & Webber, J. Curriculum Theory Lines of Flight II. New York: Peter Lang.
Wallin, J. (2016). Into the Black: Zombie Pedagogy, Education and Youth at the End of the Anthropocene. In Priyadharshini, E. (Ed.), Schooling Zombies: Engaging with youth, popular culture and new pedagogies in a landscape of crisis. London, UK: Springer.
Wallin, J. (2015). Dark Pedagogy. In Snaza, N., and Weaver, J. (Eds.). Education and Posthumanism. New York, NY: Bloomsbury.
Wallin, J. (2014). Why no one is afraid of Gilles Deleuze. In Masny, D., and Cole, D., Education and the Politics of Becoming. New York: Routledge.
Wallin, J. (2014). Dark pedagogy. In MacCormack, P. Animal Catalyst. New York: Routledge.
Peer Reviewed Articles (Selected)
Wallin, J. (forthcoming). Pedagogy at the Brink of the Post-Anthropocene. Educational Philosophy and Theory, TBA.
Podoshen, J., Andrzejewski, S., Venkatesh, V., Wallin, J., & Jin, Z. (2015). Dystopian Dark Tourism: An Exploratory Examination. Tourism Management, 51 (1), 316- 328.
Snaza, N, Appelbaum, P, Bayne, S, Morris, M, Rotas, N, Sandlin, J. Wallin, J, Carlson, D, & Weaver, J (2015). Toward a Posthumanist Education. JCT: Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 30 (1).
Venkatesh, V., Podoshen, J., Urbaniak, K., Wallin, J. (2015). Eshewing community: Black metal. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 25 (1), 66-81.
Wallin, J. (2013). Four propositions on the limits of control. Visual Arts Research, 39 (1), 6-8.
Wallin, J. (2012). Bon mots for bad thoughts or Why no one is afraid of Gilles Deleuze. In Discourse: Journal of Politics in Education, D. Cole and D. Masny (Eds.), 147- 162.
Wallin, J. (2012). Representation and the Straightjacketing of Curriculum's Complicated Conversation: The pedagogy of Pontypool's minor language. Educational Philosophy and Theory. 44 (5), 445-579.
Wallin, J. (2010). What is ?Curriculum Theory: For a people yet to come. Studies in Philosophy and Education. 29 (1), 417-432.
Wallin, J. (2010). Mobilizing powers of the false for arts based research. Visual Arts Research. 37 (72), 105-112.
Wallin, J. (2010). Rhizomania: Five provocations on a concept. Complicity: An International Journal of Complexity and Education, 7 (2), 83-89.