PUBLICATIONS & OTHER ACADEMIC WRITINGS
McGarry, D. (2016) "The Listening Train: A Collaborative, Connective Aesthetics Approach to Transgressive Social Learning." Southern African Journal of Environmental Education 31.1: 8-21. www.ajol.info/index.php/sajee/article/view/137658/127221
Lotz-Sisitka, H., A.E.J Wals, D.Kronlid and D. McGarry (2015) Transformative, transgressive social learning: rethinking higher education pedagogy in times of systemic global dysfunction. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 16 :73–80.
McGarry, D. (2014). The empathetic apprentice: pedagogical developments in the aesthetic education of the social learning practitioner in South Africa. Chapter 12 in Corcoran, Peter Blaze and Brandon P. Hollingshead (Eds.). Intergenerational Learning and Transformative Leadership for Sustainable Futures. Wageningen, the Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers, in press.
McGarry, D. (2013). Empathy in the time of ecological apartheid a social sculpture practice-led inquiry into developing pedagogies for ecological citizenship. Doctoral thesis for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Department of Education, Rhodes University supervised by Prof. Heila Lotz-sisitka.
McGarry, D. (2010). A creative response to Climate Change. Dialogue series. Environmental Learning research centre. Rhodes University Publication. Grahamstown, South Africa.
Kulundu, I, J. Alexander & D. McGarry. Creatively negotiating a shared purpose. Dialogue series. Environmental Learning Research Centre. Rhodes University Publication. Grahamstown, South Africa.
McGarry, D. & C.M. Shackleton. 2009. Is HIV/AIDS jeopardising biodiversity? Environmental Conservation. 36 (1): 1-3.
McGarry, D. & C.M. Shackleton. 2009. Children navigating rural poverty: Rural children's use of wild resources to counteract food insecurity in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. Journal of Children and Poverty 15 (1): 19-37
Shackleton, C. M., McGarry, D., Fourie, S., Gambiza, J., Shackleton, S. E., Fabricius, C. 2007. Assessing the effects of invasive alien species on rural livelihoods: Case examples and a framework from South Africa. Human Ecology. 35 (1): 113-127
Fabricius, C., G. Cundill, D. McGarry. J. Gambiza. 2006. Establishment of a management framework and a catchment management institution for the Machubeni Region of the Emalahleni Municipality. Transform Training and Support for Resource Management Programme (GTZ). Mafa Environment & Development. Report in circulation.
McGarry, D. & C. Fabricius. 2006. A framework for the development of a Community Based Natural Resource management (CBNRM) monitoring system. Training and Support for Resource Management Programme (GTZ). Mafa Environment & Development. 10pp.
Fabricius, C., G. Cundell, D. McGarry. J. Gambiza. 2005. Community Engagement Feasibility Study: The development of a communally managed commonage for Bathurst, Eastern Cape. South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI). Mafa Environment & Development. 67pp.
McGarry, D., C.M.Shackleton, S.Fourie, J. Gambiza, S. E. Shackleton, & C. Fabricius. 2005. A rapid assessment of the effects of invasive species on rural livelihoods, especially of the rural poor. Dept. of Environmental Science, Rhodes University. Consultancy Report. Global Invasive Species Programme, Cape Town, 86 pp.
Pereira, T, & D. McGarry. 2005. School Biodiversity Registers In Kodigar Village, Karnataka, India. Centre for Ecological Sciences. Bangalore University. India. 30 pp.
McGarry, D. 2005. “Sukuzincandela umgalagala” Finding solutions to poverty and conservation without biting off more than can be chewed. The South African Agency for Science and Technology Advancement (SAASTA) Young Science Writers Competition. www.saasta.ac.za/sciencewriters/winners/2005/mcgarry_d.pdf
McGarry, D. 2005. “Sukuzincandela Umgalagala: The differential use of ecosystem products by rural people at Nqabara, Eastern Cape”. Honours Thesis. Rhodes University. Grahamstown. 36pp.
Articles for the Dodo Magazine
McGarry, D. 2014. What an isopod and Gandhi have in common. Dodo Magazine.
McGarry, D. 2014. Little Friend. The Good Holiday.
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