Chelsey Hauge is a PhD Candidate in the Centre for Cross Faculty Inquiry in Education, where she is studying the intersections of transnational practices of media, youth and agency. Chelsey has a BA from Pitzer College, and an MA in Media Studies from The New School. Chelsey is a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholar. Chelsey’s work focuses on youth studies, globalization, and media production.
Chelsey’s dissertation, entitled Global Networks, Local Reels: Social Media and Civic Education in Transnational Settings, works to illustrate the complex mobilities that create and structure spaces of youth media production and relationships between transnational youth media producers, which in turn give shape to the narratives that are produced. With a focus on social justice programming that operates at the intersections of international aid, globalization, rural development, and youth leadership, the research attends specifically to a program in rural Nicaragua run by two international development organizations that involves youth media producers from all over the Americas.
Hauge, C. (in press). Reel change: Youth media and reconceptualizing agency. New Media and Society.
Hauge, C. (2011). The horror of Passolini's YouTube. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy 8(1), 19-22.
Hauge, C. (2011). Teaching youth media through international exchange. International Journal of Critical Pedagogy 3(3), 113-134.
Kendrick, M.; Rogers, T.; Toohey, K.; Marshall, B.; Siegel, M.; Roswell, J.; Mutonyi, H.; Hauge. C. (2010). Experiments in visual analysis: (Re)positionings of children and youth in relation to larger social issue. National Reading Conference Yearbook.
Hauge, C. (2008). Briding the gap: bringing academics and practitioners together to discuss the issues of global youth media. Youth Media Reporter. 2(4), 66-72.
Hauge, C. (2005). Photographs from the Los Angeles garment industry. In J. Healy, Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class: The Sociology of Group Conflict and Change (Fourth ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forage Press.
Selected Conference Presentations
Rogers, T., Schroeter, S., Wager, A. & Hauge, C. (2011) Public pedagogies of street youth: Identity positions, informal learning, new literacies,and civic engagement. Paper presented at the annual conference: American Education Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
Hauge, C. (2010) La dona and Ara: spaces of embodied understanding in installation art. Paper presented at the annual conference, WSU: Globalization, Education and Diversity, Spokane, WA.
Hauge, C. (2010) Teaching youth media for international exchange. Paper presented at the annual conference, WSU: Globalization, Education and Diversity, Spokane, WA.
Rogers, T. & Hauge, C. (2009). Experiments in visual analysis: (Re)positionings of children and youth in relation to larger social issue. Paper presented at the annual conference: National Reading Conference.
Hauge, C. (2009). Teaching youth media for international exchange. Invited paper presented at a meeting of New School University annual thesis presentations, New School University New York, New York.
Hauge, C. (2008, April) Ideas on inclusion: new and old media tools in youth alliance building. Invited paper presented at Youth Media Reporter panel: Claiming the Digital Divide: Perspectives on Global Youth Media and Social Change. Academy for Educational Development, New York, NY.
Hauge, C. (2005, June). Breaking into sweat-shops: stories and images from the Los Angeles garment industry. Invited paper presented at a meeting of the Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social/ Women Active in Letters and Social Change Conference, University of California, Berkeley, CA.
Hauge, C. (2005, April). Thesis presentation: re-claiming the right to imagine the body: photographic experiences. Invited paper presented at Consortium of Innovative Environments for Learning student conference. New College, Sarasota, FL.