Kathleen Stewart describes Ordinary Affects as an experiment set in “a present that began some time ago.” In this essay, I consider voice similarly, as not bound by a temporal linearity, but as voice of duration, absent of origin and as an articulation of a present that began some time ago, always becoming. I conclude with an experimentation of voice in the form of what I name lines of articulation.
Lines of Articulation
Lisa A. Mazzei is Associate Professor in the Department of Education Studies and Affiliated Faculty in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Oregon. Her current work considers voice in qualitative inquiry under the influence of posthumanist theory and the ontological turn in the social sciences. In collaboration with Alecia Jackson, she focuses on thinking with theory as a new analytic for qualitative inquiry. Correspondence to: Lisa A. Mazzei, Department of Education Studies, College of Education, 5277 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403, USA. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lisa A. Mazzei; Lines of Articulation. Departures in Critical Qualitative Research 1 December 2016; 5 (4): 62–66. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/dcqr.2016.5.4.62
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