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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2019) 8 (4): 57–63.
Published: 01 December 2019
...Benny LeMaster; Amber L. Johnson In this collaborative response, we write and perform against the hegemony of academic canons. We draw on embodied, performative, and poetic means to interrogate canonical prejudice, canonical domination, and canonical exception as they emerge in and are adjacent to...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2019) 8 (4): 47–49.
Published: 01 December 2019
...Sarah J. Tracy Merit is often considered to be a neutral and therefore fair way to judge quality. Through soliloquy and graphics, this essay deconstructs and interrogates the definition of merit, revealing the ways that it is tied to standardization and dominant knowledge. The definition of...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2019) 8 (2): 92–99.
Published: 01 June 2019
...Rona Tamiko Halaulani Across the continental United States, Hawaiians have migrated from Hawai'i, or the ancestral homeland of Hawaiians, and have created a burgeoning diaspora. More Hawaiians are also born on the continent in between the defining (and dominating) memory of Hawai'i and the everyday...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2018) 7 (2): 72–92.
Published: 01 June 2018
...Craig Wood This critical reflective practice article juxtaposes the temporal relationship between lived experiences in my past, with my present actions as a schoolteacher. Presented in the style of a dwam—the state of semiconsciousness that precedes sleep—I uncover dominant colonial narratives that...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (2): 53–61.
Published: 01 May 2020
... being in relationship. Specifically, we chose to engender a dialogue through poetry about the weight of our interdependence and the forces of domination that differentially impacted us. black tourmaline wrestles with the ways we found common ground, and the ways we came together to fall apart...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (2): 122–125.
Published: 01 May 2020
... (1995): 143–55. 2. Sara Ahmed, “The Nonperformativity of Antiracism,” Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism 7, no. 1 (2006): 105. 3. Patricia S. Parker, “African American Women Executives within Dominant Culture Organizations: (Re)conceptualizing Notions of Instrumentality and...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (2): 92–102.
Published: 01 May 2020
..., within, and for a minor literacy can also be of this order; “stuttering in the language is at the same time the stuttering emergence of the language, it is not an impediment that is measured against the preferences and articulacies of the dominating tendencies of a privileged or major form.” 32 He...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (2): 1–15.
Published: 01 May 2020
... invoke va , the Samoan term for “relational space in-between,” to challenge dominant ways of mother–son relating; and how Edgar Rodríguez-Dorans opens up conversations about the often-disavowed stories gay men tell about the erotic and romantic and their implicit struggles to claim who they are...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (2): 72–84.
Published: 01 May 2020
... confident and smug subjectivities that dominate us in our unconscious state. It is an ecological crisis. How might the passage of time and habituation of cultural and social routines have miniaturized in service of the neocolonial, the capital? How can these buried miniatures of our subjective presence be...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (2): 103–113.
Published: 01 May 2020
... being gay, and therefore gayness is often reduced to these sexual aspects. In the context of the relentlessness and dominance of this sociocultural discourse, I view eliciting and developing personal narratives as a challenge, but also as an opportunity for gay men to describe in their own terms what...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (2): 40–52.
Published: 01 May 2020
... processes of domination that continue to adapt and grow, processes of decolonial refusal necessarily also will always be ongoing. The questions raised above offer critical research studies and C-RI additional ways to think about power and intimacy in the research process, additional ways to think bodies...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2017) 6 (4): 23–46.
Published: 01 December 2017
... intelligibility of women and their narratives, challenging the dominant, medicalized discourses prevalent in the current cultural context of the United States. NOTES 1. Patti Lather, Getting Lost: Feminist Efforts Toward a Double(d) Science (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2007), 63. 2...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (1): 20–24.
Published: 01 March 2020
... conditions that benefit whiteness. Merit asks bodies to perform according to expectations that have been originally set up to ensure intellectual dominance of whiteness. Violence does not need to be physical to be violence. Merit is violent because it tries to make us “enough.” And it is inherently abusive...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (1): 106–110.
Published: 01 March 2020
... challenging dominant categories and categorizations. (4) It documents and supports sanctuary outside of spaces traditionally seen as sanctuaries. We elaborate on each of these principles in turn. During the 1980s, hundreds of US congregations declared themselves sanctuaries for Salvadorans and...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (1): 25–32.
Published: 01 March 2020
... visible bodies were disciplined by the invisibility of the dominant academic body. She could access her ability privilege as I could access my white privilege. Living through visible bodies made it easier to see ourselves seeing each other. On that one day in the semester when we exclusively focused on...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (1): 46–62.
Published: 01 March 2020
..., neighbor, colleague, and occupant of/in public spaces more broadly, were oppressively heterosexist. The combined aspects of both homophobic and heterosexual-dominated spaces made it more possible to hide my identity in order for me to assimilate into the prevailing heterosexist engine in order to eat and...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (1): 41–45.
Published: 01 March 2020
... dependent on the subjective evaluations of university insiders, who often fail to see the value of their work. 15 “The ivory tower functions like an exclusive club whose membership is tightly controlled by what might be called a ‘dominant frame’” 16 that disciplines for and reproduces whiteness. Yet...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (1): 11–19.
Published: 01 March 2020
... color White supremacy In “Whiteness as Property,” Cheryl I. Harris describes the ways in which the concept and function of property in the United States is bound up in racial categorization. She argues, “through this entangled relationship between race and property, historical forms of domination...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (1): 63–88.
Published: 01 March 2020
... researcher and my personal identity as a Latina immigrant mother were intensely intertwined during my study, my positionality differed between these identities. As a Latina immigrant mother, I was an insider and identified with my participants in experiencing the colonizing practices of the dominant culture...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2019) 8 (4): 76–81.
Published: 01 December 2019
... the rules for inclusion in such a way that only those who fit within or are similar to the dominant group can be included and then using these similarities as the very definition for merit within the system, the order represented by the system is maintained. Any efforts to change the system or expand...