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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (2): 1–15.
Published: 01 May 2020
... thinking and doing into relationship with issues of migration. The essays, as you can see, do more than one thing: They work with the politics, they re-theorize, they think methodologically, they do C-RI, and much more besides. We bring these essays to your attention here, while aware of our...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2020) 9 (1): 63–88.
Published: 01 March 2020
... entrapment all of these women felt living in the United States without papers . Although these feelings were not always clearly articulated, they were usually palpable. Alcoff argued that one of the benefits of the researcher being part of the group being researched is that the researcher's social location...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2019) 8 (4): 69–75.
Published: 01 December 2019
... marginalize and diminish our perspectives. Recognizing that academe is disciplined by whiteness, we provide personal reflections as a form of embodied connectivity in an attempt to decolonize communication studies. We use two metaphors—(draw)bridges and islands—to critically (re)imagine identity, difference...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2019) 8 (3): 29–45.
Published: 01 September 2019
... emphasis on the personal appearance of women, (re)producing largely unattainable aesthetic standards, 24 and perpetuating misogynist and harmful cultural practices (e.g., liposuction, tummy tucks, and breast augmentation). 25 Though FFFWeek touts itself as a progressive force for women of all sizes...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2019) 8 (3): 8–28.
Published: 01 September 2019
... understood as archaeological sites/sights and artifacts that inform autoethnographic interpretations. Tami Spry explains, “In seeking to dis-(re)-cover my body and voice in all parts of my life, I began writing and performing autoethnography, concentrating on the body as the site from which the story is...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2019) 8 (2): 8–16.
Published: 01 June 2019
... the presumed superiority of “European values.” Europe, here, looks back at itself from beyond itself worrying for itself, only knowing its limits because it internalizes them. The self as margin. Furthermore, the deal's structure formally (re)states specific conditions that define Turkey's role as the...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2019) 8 (2): 24–34.
Published: 01 June 2019
...Azza Basarudin This experimental writing explores the meaning of home and belonging in the context of border, margins, and migration. Rooted in the politics of memory, this essay explores the messiness of human emotions and the complex ways in which the self is (re)configured between and within...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2019) 8 (2): 100–109.
Published: 01 June 2019
... the promise beckoning at the impending edge of space and time. Other migrations were more urgently fleeing from hardships suffered under ambient conditions. Until the recent historical period, migration of folk groups took place “without borders,” until and unless they encountered other groups. Re...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2019) 8 (2): 35–43.
Published: 01 June 2019
... contemporary geopolitics, all of which implicate questions about migration and mobility. Attending to the embodied, somatic experiences of both movement and the process of qualitative research, I engage issues of identity, particularly gender, sexuality, race, and nationality. While not re/solving the tensions...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2019) 8 (2): 92–99.
Published: 01 June 2019
... British Colombia. I read historians' analyses of Hawaiian men who migrated to the mainland and married Maidu Indian women to become a part of the Maidu culture. Here, I was fascinated at how Hawaiians migrated to another land and joined another culture, thereby re-situating themselves and connecting to...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2014) 3 (1): 8–17.
Published: 01 March 2014
... through this he argues for scholarship that embraces the discomfort—the terror—of the threshold. © 2014 The Regents of the University of California 2014 Thresholds writing travel re-location multiciplicity Always in Thresholds Jonathan Wyatt This essay resists the binaries that the...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2018) 7 (4): 78–86.
Published: 01 December 2018
... belonging—as though I was meant to be on the land, a consecrated land, and as though I was about to finally (re)trace my ancestors’ footsteps. My return to the sacred fonua /land/geographic space was filled with elation and sadness. Although my kāinga in New Zealand had reservations about us coming over...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2018) 7 (4): 179–186.
Published: 01 December 2018
...,” Text and Performance Quarterly 30, no. 4 (2010): 334. As I attempted to craft a performative response, I re-read the email from Amber Johnson again and again. They had chosen me to respond to this poem for a reason—that I also live in a stigmatized body, a body marked by cerebral palsy and “have...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2018) 7 (3): 27–52.
Published: 01 September 2018
... machine 23 Why do I need to re-call, re-visit, re-experience, re-live what has been lost and beyond recovery? Why do I want to torture myself with writing that only re-amplifies my pain? Dear friends and family, It's been almost a year and not a day goes by without feelings of loss...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2018) 7 (3): 60–87.
Published: 01 September 2018
...,” Organization 1, no. 1 (1994): 81–99; Mumby, “Power and Politics.” 93. Yiannis Gabriel, “Beyond Happy Families: A Critical Re-Evaluation of Control–Resistance–Identity Triangle,” Human Relations 52, no. 2 (1999): 179–203. 94. Ashcraft, “Resistance through Consent,” 84. 95. Stanley A. Deetz...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2018) 7 (2): 49–71.
Published: 01 June 2018
... critical reflexivity is always necessary in sustainable intercultural alliances. Otherwise, such bridging will not last. We end our narratives by reiterating that participants in critical intercultural mentoring/allying relationships must constantly re-check their reflexive accounts. The sustainability of...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2018) 7 (2): 29–48.
Published: 01 June 2018
... storms of whiteness at a historically white institution in the Midwestern United States. In (re)writing my story, I (re)orient my identity as an immigrant Other in US academia, reclaiming my family's oral history to inform my ways of speaking in/with comforting silence. I conclude with a discussion of...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2018) 7 (2): 72–92.
Published: 01 June 2018
... Critical Qualitative Research …” “Oh wow. I can't wait to read it…” “Yeah. Only I've been working on it for months, and I'm stuck on how to (re)present my data.” “Well, what's it about?” I explain my process of constructing 30 mystories, locating them on a timeline, and the subsequent...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2018) 7 (2): 8–28.
Published: 01 June 2018
...-well association?” Within their being white, how many are engaging in the critical performance of nonwhiteness ? 24 These individuals are allies, nay compatriots, in a war of positive (re)construction. Their bodies, like the white female body of Heather Heyer made martyr to the cause against white...
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Departures in Critical Qualitative Research (2018) 7 (1): 1–3.
Published: 01 March 2018
... how brownness (re)negotiates its relationality to whiteness in specific contexts of neoliberal globalization. Taken together, the essay in this issue of DCQR enact an imaginative travel into and through kinesthetic performances of scholarship—recalling, documenting, mapping, and writing movement...