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Haseman, Bradley & Mafe, Daniel (2009) Acquiring know-how : research training for practice-led researchers. In Smith, Hazel & Dean, Roger (Eds.) Practice-led Research, Research-led Practice in the Creative Arts. Edinburgh University Press, United Kingdom, Edinburgh, pp. 211-228.
Haseman, Bradley C. (2009) Performance as research in Australia : legitimating epistemologies. In Riley, Shannon Rose & Hunter, Lynette (Eds.) Mapping Landscapes for Performance as Research : Scholarly Acts and Creative Cartographies. Palgrave Macmillan, United Kingdom, Hampshire, Basingstoke, pp. 51-61.
Haseman, Bradley C. (2007) Rupture and recognition : identifying the performative research paradigm. In Barrett, Estelle & Bolt, Barbara (Eds.) Practice As Research : Approaches to Creative Arts Enquiry. I.B. Tauris, United Kingdom, London, pp. 147-157.
Haseman, Bradley C. (2005) Creative practices. In Hartley, John (Ed.) Creative industries. Blackwell Publishing, United States of America, Massachusetts, Malden, pp. 158-176.
Haseman, Bradley C., Keane, Michael A., & Wissler, Rodney C. (2004) Conclusion. In Wissler, Rodney C., Haseman, Bradley C., Wallace, Sue-Anne, & Keane, Michael A. (Eds.) Innovation in Australian Arts, Media and Design. Post Pressed, Flaxton, Qld, pp. 258-269.
Haseman, Bradley C. (2004) Research training for the arts, media, and design. In Wissler, Rodney C., Haseman, Bradley, Wallace, Sue-Ann, & Keane, Michael (Eds.) Innovation in Australian arts, media, design : fresh challenges for the tertiary sector. Post Pressed, Australia, Queensland, Flaxton, pp. 181-193.
Haseman, Bradley C (2002) The 'Leaderly' Process Drama and the Artistry of 'Rip, Mix and Burn'. In Rasmussen, B. & Ostern, A. (Eds.) Playing Betwixt and Between: The IDEA Dialogues 2001. IDEA Publications and Between: The IDEA Dialogues 2001, Bergen, Norway, pp. 226-233.
Haseman, Bradley C. & Österlind, Eva (2014) A lost opportunity : a review of Art for Art's Sake? The Impact of Arts Education [Review]. Research in Drama Education : The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 19(4), pp. 409-413.
Haseman, Bradley C. (2014) Heathcote’s practice-led teaching: Pioneering research as well as pioneering pedagogy. Drama Research, 5(1).
Haseman, Bradley, Baldwin, Andrea, & Linthwaite, Hayley (2014) Folk opera : stories crossing borders in Papua New Guinea. Research in Drama Education : the journal of applied theatre and performance, 19(1), pp. 98-109.
Wright, Peter, Davies, Christina, Haseman, Brad, Down, Barry, White, Mike, & Rankin, Scott (2013) Arts practice and disconnected youth in Australia : impact and domains of change. Arts & Health : An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, 5(3), pp. 190-203.
Baldwin, Andrea & Haseman, Bradley (2012) Life Drama : an arts education response to social and cultural challenges in Papua New Guinea. Asia Pacific Journal of Arts Education, 11(1), pp. 1-16.
Haseman, Brad & Winston, Joe (2010) 'Why be interested?' Aesthetics, applied theatre and drama education. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 15(4), pp. 465-475.
Haseman, Bradley C., Crethar, Meagan P., Phillips, Jan N., & Stafford, Paul J. (2009) Practising inspired leadership : the use of applied theatre 'prophetical' in the Executive Leadership Development Program for Queensland Health. Australian Health Review, 33(3), pp. 377-381.
McWilliam, Erica L., Hearn, Gregory N., & Haseman, Bradley C. (2008) Transdisciplinarity for creative futures : what barriers and opportunities? Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 45(3), pp. 247-253.
Haseman, Bradley C. (2007) Tightrope writing : creative writing programs in the RQF environment. TEXT: journal of writing and writing courses, 11(1), pp. 1-15.
Haseman, Bradley C. (2006) A manifesto for performative research. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, pp. 98-106.
Haseman, Bradley C. (2004) Cooking Drama and Drama Education in the global kitchen. NJ (Drama Australia Journal), 28(2), pp. 15-24.
Haseman, Bradley C. (2002) The 'Creative Industry' of Designing and Contemporary Drama Curriculum. Melbourne Studies in Education, 43(2), pp. 119-129.
Haseman, Bradley C. (1991) Improvisation, process drama and dramatic art. The Drama Magazine, July, pp. 19-21.
Haseman, Bradley, Baldwin, Andrea, & Linthwaite, Hayley (2012) Folk opera : stories crossing borders in Papua New Guinea. In Finneran, Michael (Ed.) International Drama in Education Research Institute, 10-15 July 2012, Limerick, Ireland. (Unpublished)
Jaaniste, Luke O. & Haseman, Bradley C. (2009) Practice-led research and the innovation agenda : beyond the postgraduate research degree in the arts, design and media. In Woodrow, Ross (Ed.) ACUADS 2009 Conference : Interventions in the Public Domain, ACUADS, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Brisbane, Queensland.
Haseman, Bradley C. & Rasmussen, Bjorn (2009) Researching the possibilities for knowing in process drama. In Shu, Jack, Chan, Phoebe, McCammon, Laura, Owens, Allan, & Greenwood, Janinka (Eds.) Planting Trees of Drama with Global Vision in Local Knowledge: IDEA 2007 Dialogues, IDEA Publications, Hong Kong Drama/Theatre and Education Forum, Hong Kong, pp. 478-489.
Haseman, Bradley (2006) Card Sharps - Playing Our Creativity: Reflective Keynote. In Jeanneret, N & Gardiner, G (Eds.) Backing Our Creativity: National Education and the Arts Symposium Proceedings, 12 - 14 September 2005, Australia, Victoria, Melbourne.
Baldwin, Andrea, Haseman, Brad, Linthwaite, Hayley, Awi, Jane, Hickling-Hudson, Anne R., Parker, Elizabeth A., et al. (2013) Evolution of life drama program. [Performance]
Haseman, Brad (2010) Folk opera and theatre for development. [Live Performance (Play)]
Makeham, Paul B., Gattenhof, Sandra J., & Haseman, Bradley C. (2008) TAFE Governance Transitions Prophetical. [Live Performance (Play)]
Spurgeon, Christina, Woodrow, Nina, Burgess, Jean, Edmond, Maura, Hartley, John, Haseman, Brad, et al. (2015) Community uses of co-creative media.