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Autoethnography and Activism: Movement, Intensity, and Potential
In this short article, we pay attention to what an autoethnography might do. In relationality, we understand autoethnographic practices as assembling and dissembling bodies that are active in always territorializing space ...
Making Trouble With Ontogenesis: Collaborative Writing, Becoming, and Concept Forming as Event
Through the authors’ continuing creative encounters with practices of collaborative writing, this article offers a troubling of approaches to ontology that inform a construction of simply human selves and a constitution ...
Writing to it: creative engagements with writing practice in and with the not yet known in today’s academy
© 2017 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group We have developed an approach to collaborative-writing-as-inquiry that we sometimes refer to as ‘between the twos’. Increasingly, we came to understand that the ...
Now You See Me, Now You Don’t: Living With Deleuze, Intimating in the Dance of Movements, Moments, and Sensation
In this article, I argue that writing with intimacy through an animation of Deleuzian thought helps to destabilize the simply human practice of signifying, representing, and locating emotions within a metaphysics of being, ...
The Anthropocene, Affect, and Autoethnography?
Something Happened in the Room: Conceptualizing Intersubjectivation
(SAGE Publications, 2021-05)
A panel convened around the idea of intersubjectivation, loosely conceived as a process of actively, consciously, and reciprocally adjusting the structures and power dynamics of our social relations, thereby mutually (and ...
Writing in Immanence
(University of California Press, 2020-05-01)
The writing in this essay confronts and is troubled by writing. In the ensuing encounters with writing selves and writing as doing as “creative-relationally more-than [simply] human”1 practice, a sense of writing as immanent ...
Writing <i>With:</i> Collaborative Writing as Hope and Resistance
(SAGE Publications, 2021-08)
Collaboration in scholarship holds the peculiar position of being expected, encouraged, and, in the process, somewhat taken-for-granted as monolithic academic practice. Collaboration is important for the cultivation of a ...