Marti Newland is committed to developing and optimizing the relationships between higher education institutions and the members of such communities through critical engagements with the transformative possibilities of higher education culture. Dr. Newland’s work draws upon social theory, historical analysis, and performance in examinations of institutionality, subjectivity and expressive culture. By attending to “voice” not only as expressive culture, and beyond speaking and singing, she commits vocality as a mechanism that mediates ideological and discursive, as well as embodied and affective constructions of sociality. Newland’s commitment ushers her work in leading institutional participants towards excellence in organizational and pedagogical practice.

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