Decuypere, Mathias, Ph.D.Guest Researcher
Mathias is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences (KU Leuven, Belgium), where he leads the qualitative research track of the Methodology of Educational Sciences Research Group. Mathias’ research is concerned with how to scrutinize ‘the digital’ (broadly conceived) in a variety of educational practices. More particularly, he is developing qualitative research methods like Qualitative Website Analysis, Visual Network Analysis, Digital Sociomaterial Ethnography, and Digital Delphi Studies. These methods are informed by theories situated within the broad range of social sciences and humanities (e.g. Actor-Network Theory; Sociotopology; Sociomaterial Studies). Specific areas of interest include (European) education policy, Open Education, digital (e.g. BYOD) classrooms and higher education for sustainable development.
Decuypere, M., & Simons, M. (2018, Accepted ahead of print). Continuing attachments in academic work in neoliberal times: On the academic mode of existence. Critical Studies in Education.
Decuypere, M. (2016). Diagrams of Europeanization: European education governance in the digital age. Journal of Education Policy, 31(6), 851-872.
Decuypere, M., & Simons, M. (2016). Relational thinking in education: Topology, sociomaterial studies and figures. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 24(3), 371-386.
Decuypere, M., & Simons, M. (2016). What screens do: The role(s) of the screen in academic work. European Educational Research Journal, 15(1), 132-151.
Decuypere, M., & Simons, M. (2016). On the critical potential of sociomaterial approaches in education. Teoría de la Educación. Revista Interuniversitaria, 28(1), 25-44.
Decuypere, M. (2015). What is yet to come? Three propositions on the future of educational research as a common good. European Educational Research Journal, 14(1), 44-48.
Ceulemans, C., Decuypere, M., Grek, S., Keiner, E., Lindblad, S., Mangez, E., Masschelein, J., & Simons, M. (2015). We need to talk about Europe! Amplifying the voices of refugees Response. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 47(13-14), 1379-1380.
Decuypere, M., Ceulemans, C., & Simons, M. (2014). Schools in the making: Mapping digital spaces of evidence. Journal of Education Policy, 29(5), 617-639.
Decuypere, M., & Simons, M. (2014). On the composition of academic work in digital times. European Educational Research Journal, 13(1), 89-106.
Decuypere, M., & Simons, M. (2014). An atlas of academic practice in digital times. Open Review of Educational Research, 1(1), 116-143.
Decuypere, M., Masschelein, J., & Simons, M. (2012). "Where are you?": Cell phones and environmental self-understanding amongst students. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 25(6), 705-722.
Decuypere, M., Simons, M., & Masschelein, J. (2011). The contrivance of mobile learning: An actor-network perspective on the emergence of a research field. E-Learning and Digital Media, 8(1), 8-18.
Decuypere, M., Simons, M., & Masschelein, J. (2011). "Perform, measure accurately, optimize": On the constitution of (evidence-based) education policy. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 21(2), 115-135.