OLD REFLECTIONS ON METHOD

By |2014-05-27T19:20:12+00:00May 27th, 2014|Quotes|

OLD REFLECTIONS ON METHOD...I regard ethnographic field research as an invaluable and in certain respects superior mode of knowledge production among other powerful modes [...]

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INTER-CORPOREAL ETHNOGRAPHY

By |2014-05-27T19:19:54+00:00May 27th, 2014|Quotes|

INTER-CORPOREAL ETHNOGRAPHY In this paper I consider what an inter-corporeal approach to ethnography of a committed and activist kind might look like.  I focus [...]

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MONOLOGUES/AUTOLOGUES

By |2014-05-27T19:19:31+00:00May 27th, 2014|Quotes|

MONOLOGUES/AUTOLOGUESMany, if not most, autobiographical performances employ a clearly recognisable monologue form as their narrative device.  Autobiographical performances perform the disclosure of an interior, [...]

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NO ETHNOGRAPHY THAT IS NOT ALSO (AUTO)BIOGRAPHY

By |2014-05-27T19:17:36+00:00May 27th, 2014|Quotes|

ETHNOGRAPHY & (AUTO)BIOGRAPHY, because...Reflecting on presence and time leads us to consider person...There is no ethnography that is not also(auto)biography.  As it was perhaps misguided [...]

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DELEUZE & COLLECTIVE BIOGRAPHY

By |2014-05-27T19:10:36+00:00May 27th, 2014|Quotes|

DELEUZE AND COLLECTIVE BIOGRAPHYIn collective biography, the collective space of interrogation seeks the “very this-ness, or haecceity of theremembered moment”—in Deleuzian terms—as the text, [...]

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