Decentering the researcher in intimate scholarship : critical posthuman methodological perspectives in education
- edited by Kathryn Strom, Tammy Mills, Alan Ovens.
- First edition.
- Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing, 2018.
- Physical description
- xvi, 225 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Advances in research on teaching ; v. 31.
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Education Library (Cubberley)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction: Decentering the Researcher in Intimate Scholarship-- Kathryn Strom, Tammy Mills, & Alan OvensAffective Reverberations: The Methodological Excesses of a Research Assemblage-- Adrian D. Martin Teaching in, Relating in, and Researching in Online Teaching: The Desiring Cartographies of Two Second Language Teacher Educator Becomings-- Francis Bangou and Stephanie Arnott We, Monsters: An Autoethnographic Literature Review of Experiences in Doctoral Education Programs-- Jordan Corson and Tara Schwitzman Decentering the `Self' in Self-Study of Professional Practices: A Working Research Assemblage-- Mats Melvold Hordvik, Lars Tore Ronglan, Ann MacPhail and Deborah Tannehill New Materialist Auto-ethico-ethnography: Agential-realist Authenticity and Objectivity in Intimate Scholarship-- Chau Vu Narrative Mining: A Poststructural Autoethnographic Method for Exploring Race and Identity in the Urban Classroom-- John Wamsted The Luxury of Vulnerability: Reflexive Inquiry as Privileged Praxis-- Tricia M. Kress & Kimberly J. Frazier-Booth The Rhizomes of Academic Practice: Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students Negotiating Learning and Belonging-- Radha Iyer Pedagogy, Naked and Belated: Disappointment as Curriculum Inquiry-- Brandon Sams Art as a `Thing that Does': Creative Assemblages, Expressive Lines of Flight, and Becoming-Cosmic-Artisan in Teacher Education-- Kay Sidebottom and David Ball Becoming-with/in Educational Research: Minor Accounts as Care-Full Inquiry-- Maria Wallace Affirmative Ethics, Posthuman Subjectivity, and Intimate Scholarship: A Conversation with Rosi Braidotti-- Rosi Braidotti Decentering Subjectivity After Descartes: A Conversation with Michael Peters-- Michael Peters Encounters and Materiality in Intimate Scholarship: A Conversation with Maggie MacLure-- Maggie MacLure Deleuzoguattarian Decentering of the Eye/I: A Conversation with Jessica Ringrose and Shiva Zarabadi-- Jessica Ringrose and Shiva Hassan-Zarabadi.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
"Intimate scholarship" refers to qualitative methodologies, such as self-study and autoethnography, that directly engage the personal experience, knowledge, and/or practices of the researcher(s) as the focus of inquiry. While intimate scholarship offers entrypoints into non-binary thinking by blurring the line between researcher/researched, much work in this genre continues to reinforce a humanist "I". In this volume, we ask what happens when the researcher in forms of intimate scholarship is decentered, or is considered as merely one part of an entangled material-discursive formation. Chapters in this volume highlight ways that researchers of teaching and teacher education can advance conversations in education while exploring theories with an ontological view of the world as fundamentally multiple, dynamic, and fluid. Drawing on a range of methods, authors "put to work" posthuman, non-linear, and multiplistic theories and concepts to disrupt and decenter the "I" in intimate methodologies. Also featured in this volume are conversations with leading posthuman scholars, who highlight the possibilities and challenges of decentering the researcher in intimate scholarship as a practice of social justice research.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publication date
- Advances in research on teaching, 1479-3687 ; volume 31
- 9781787546370 (ePub ebook)
- 9781787546356 (PDF ebook)
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