Academic Reading Circle - Spring 2020 - CERADA
null Academic Reading Circle - Spring 2020
Academic Reading Circle – Post-Qualitative Inquiry and Ableism - Spring 2020
The Academic Reading Circle continues to meet in the spring 2020, following the schedule below:
Section 3: Ethics and Diversity in Arts-based Research
Session on Auto-Ethnography with Dr Guadalupe López Íñiguez
Yergeau, M. (2018). “Invention”. Authoring Autism: On Rhetoric and Neurological Queerness. p.p. 175-206. Durham: Duke University Press.
Yergeau, M. (2018). “Intention”. Authoring Autism: On Rhetoric and Neurological Queerness. p.p. 35-88. Durham: Duke University Press.
Rolnik, S. (2017). The Spheres of Insurrection: Suggestions for Combating the Pimping of Life. -e-flux journal #86 — November 2017. http://worker01.e-flux.com/pdf/article_163107.pdf
Section 4: Critical approaches to Post-Qualitative Research
Brinkmann, S. (2017). Humanism after posthumanism: or qualitative psychology after the “posts.” Qualitative Research in Psychology, 14(2), 109–130. doi:10.1080/14780887.2017.1282568
Van Ingen, M. (2016). Beyond The Nature/Culture Divide? The Contradictions of Rosi Braidotti’sThe Posthuman. Journal of Critical Realism, 15(5), 530–542. doi:10.1080/14767430.2016.1211371
Section 5: TBD
In this phase, the participants are invited to share a text, project or artistic process that is being developed by them. Texts should be sent to the group at least two days before the meeting. This phase of the reading circle aims to improve and criticise each other’s works. Bringing an external reader that is not familiar with the concepts and methodologies approach in each of the projects is essential, since the work may be in the future submitted to either a peer-review funding agency evaluation process or to be published/performed to a broader audience.
Here the complete pdf of the Academic Reading Circle.
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