Dr. Victoria Grube

There are 8 included publications by Dr. Victoria Grube :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Admitting Their Worlds: Reflections Of A Teacher/Researcher On The Self-Initiated Art Making Of Children 2009 199 “I’m trying the least of anything to control this drawing... in fact I want it to run away with me.” says Billy, a fifth grader who reads at 13th grade level. He clears his throat and begins to sketch and his stories flood the page. This qualitative ...
Beyond Still Life: Collection The World In Small Handfuls 2008 415 This study uses portraiture methodology to understand how ideas travel among preschool children in an art studio. The researcher, also the art teacher, is watchful of the children's feelings, perspectives, and experiences, and analyzes her data throu...
Drawn and Quartered: Reflections on Violence in Youth’s Art Making. 2012 319 No Abstract Available
Gulliver’s Travels 2004 222 No Abstract Available
My Father Began Disappearing 2016 451 No Abstract Available
Oh Boy Comics! A Reflexive Ethnography Of Comics And Childhood 2010 388 This is a reflexive ethnography that interweaves a 1960s Midwest childhood with the culture of comic books and a critique of the 1960s and the nuclear family. My comic choices were more eclectic than my brother’s vast collection of Marvel, but both o...
Room With A View: The Discursive Landscape Of Room 13. 2011 249 No Abstract Available
Something Happens In Room 13: Bringing Truths Into The World 2016 294 This qualitative study looks at how an art studio run by children in crisis impacts what we can learn about art and relationships. Room 13, an art studio on school grounds managed by children ages 7-11 years old, began in Scotland in the 1980’s and ...