From autoethnography, observation, and arts-based research to poststructural, new materialist, and post-qualitative inquiry, interdisciplinary conversations about the practices, politics, and philosophies of qualitative inquiry have never been stronger or more dynamic. Edited by Michael D. Giardina and Norman K. Denzin and sponsored by the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (www.ICQI.org), the Foundations and Futures in Qualitative Inquiry series showcases works from the most experienced and field-defining qualitative researchers in the world. Engaging critical questions of epistemology, ontology, and axiology, the series is designed to provide cornerstone texts for different modes and methods in qualitative inquiry. Books in series will serve the growing number of students, academics, and researchers who utilize qualitative approaches to inquiry in university courses, research, and applied settings.
Writing and Immanence Concept Making and the Reorientation of Thought in Pedagogy and Inquiry
Performative Intergenerational Dialogues of a Black Quartet Qualitative Inquiries on Race, Gender, Sexualities, and Culture
Wayfinding and Critical Autoethnography
By David Lee Carlson, Ananí M. Vasquez, Anna Romero
April 25, 2023
Writing and the Articulation of Postqualitative Research is a collection of experimental essays on the implications of articulating or performing qualitative research from postqualitative philosophies. Although writing has been an integral part of qualitative research, for better or worse, ...
By Ken Gale
December 20, 2022
Writing and Immanence is a book that is attentive to the unabatingly potent, sometimes agonistic, forces at play in the continuing unfoldings of crises of representation. As immanent doing, the writing in the book writes to destabilise the orthodoxies, conventions and unquestioned givens of writing...
By Bryant Keith Alexander, Mary E. Weems, Dominique C. Hill, Durell M. Callier
July 05, 2022
Performative Intergenerational Dialogues of a Black Quartet promotes the importance of intergenerational Black dialogue as a collaborative spirit-making across race, genders, sexualities, and cultures to bridge time and space. The authors enter this dialogue in a crisis moment: a crisis moment at ...
By Tony E. Adams, Robin M. Boylorn, Lisa M. Tillmann
April 29, 2021
Advances in Autoethnography and Narrative Inquiry pays homage to two prominent scholars, Arthur Bochner and Carolyn Ellis, for their formative and formidable contributions to autoethnography, personal narrative, and alternative forms of scholarship. Their autoethnographic—and life—project gives us ...
By Fetaui Iosefo, Stacy Holman Jones, Anne Harris
November 06, 2020
Wayfinding and Critical Autoethnography is the first critical autoethnography compilation from the global south, bringing together indigenous, non-indigenous, Pasifika, and other diverse voices which expand established understandings of autoethnography as a critical, creative methodology. The book ...