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 and in immanence is emergent in the always becoming of the essay as event. In the capaciousness of this practice, onto-methodo-genetic approaches are used to set up dis-allowances of the stable and tendentious fixities of ontology and methodology, in turn making movements away from simply human being toward always animal-becoming.
Writing in Immanence: A Creative-Relational Doing?
Ken Gale is Lecturer in Education in the Plymouth Institute of Education, within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Plymouth. Correspondence to: Ken Gale, Plymouth Institute of Education, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Plymouth, Rolle Building, Devon PL4 8AA, UK. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Ken Gale; Writing in Immanence: A Creative-Relational Doing?. Departures in Critical Qualitative Research 1 May 2020; 9 (2): 92–102. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/dcqr.2020.9.2.92
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