Joanna advises in academic development and research impact, and writes about the relationship between heritage, history and folklore.
With a background in humanities and social sciences I engage in two rich research areas. The first relates to research as a practice, this is my academic development strand where I am interested in exploring 'identity mapping' and how to develop research impact profiles.
The second area is concerned with heritage, history & folklore, which involves research about food as a cultural practice and sensory experiences. I have just completed a project on object-based learning (OBL) in higher education.
- Cobley JJL. (2018) Remembering Makea Takau Ariki, the Queen of Rarotonga, 1871–1911. New Zealand Journal of Public History (NZJPH) 6(1): 46-55.
- Cobley JJL. (2017) Cultivating the Cultural Memory of Ranunculus Paucifolius T. Kirk, a South Island Subalpine Buttercup. International Review of Environmental History 3(1): 43-62. http://dx.doi.org/10.22459/IREH.03.01.2017.
- McMullan M. and Cobley JJL. (2017) Lessons in Ephemera: Teaching and Learning through Cultural Heritage Collections. RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage 18(2): 93-107.
- Cobley JJL. (2016) Should we safeguard 'the idea of the Anzac biscuit recipe'? Women's Studies Journal 30(1): 62-70.
- Vesty J. and Cobley J. (2015) Southern Spirits: The Case of the Christchurch Psychical Research Society. Records of the Canterbury Museum 29: 47-57.