This cutting-edge series is designed to assist established researchers, academics, postgraduate/graduate students and their supervisors across higher education faculties and departments to incorporate novel, postqualitative, new materialist, and critical posthumanist approaches in their research projects and their academic writing. In addition to these substantive foci, books within the series are inter-, multi- or transdisciplinary and are in dialogue with perspectives such as Black feminisms and Indigenous knowledges, decolonial, African, Eastern and young children’s philosophies. Although the series’ primary aim is accessibility, its scope makes it attractive to established academics already working with postqualitative approaches.
This series is unique in providing short, user-friendly, affordable books that support postgraduate students and academics across disciplines and faculties in higher education. The series is supported by its own website with videos, images and other forms of 3D transmodal expression of ideas – provocations for research courses.
More resources for the books in the series are available on the series website, www.postqualitativeresearch.com.
Editor in Chief: Karin Murris (Universities of Oulu, Finland, and Cape Town, South Africa)
Vivienne Bozalek (University of the Western Cape and Rhodes University, South Africa)
Asilia Franklin-Phipps (State University of New York at New Paltz, USA)
Simone Fullagar (Griffith University, Australia)
Candace R. Kuby (University of Missouri, USA)
Karen Malone (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
Carol A. Taylor (University of Bath, United Kingdom)
Weili Zhao (Hangzhou Normal University, China)
Cover artwork by Lauren Hermann
More infomation and material for the series books can also be found at https://postqualitativeresearch.com/
Posthumanist Research and Writing as Agentic Acts of Inclusion Knowledge Forced Open
Bodying Postqualitative Research On Being a Researching Body within Fissures of Humanism
Edge Entanglements with Mental Health Allyship, Research, and Practice A Postqualitative Cartography
A Glossary for Doing Postqualitative, New Materialist and Critical Posthumanist Research Across Disciplines
By Tamara Shefer, Vivienne Bozalek, Nike Romano
December 19, 2023
Hydrofeminist thinking with oceans brings together authors who are thinking in, with and through the spaces of ocean/s and beaches in South African contexts to make alternative knowledges towards a justice-to-come and flourishing at a planetary level. Primary scholarly locations for this work ...
By Anne B. Reinertsen, Louise M. Thomas
December 01, 2023
Posthumanist Research and Writing as Agentic Acts of Inclusion: Knowledge Forced Open looks at the true value and possibilities of 'learning' and knowledge within the emerging field of New Public Governance by examining, through a posthumanist lens and other perspectives, the paradoxical knowledge ...
By Nicole Land
September 21, 2023
Bodying Postqualitative Research posits the question of what happens when lived, fleshy human bodies engage in postqualitative research in education. It takes as its central concern research propositions aimed at dismantling the structures of humanism that typically govern research in education and...
By Jocey Quinn
August 25, 2023
This original and challenging book introduces the ground-breaking concept of ‘invisible education’, theorising it with critical posthuman concepts and demonstrating it through a wide range of empirical research. Invisible education is the learning that happens in everyday life: it is invisible ...
By Tim Barlott, Jenny Setchell
December 30, 2022
Edge Entanglements traverses the borderlands of the community "mental health" sector by "plugging in" to concepts offered by Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari along with work from Mad Studies, postcolonial, and feminist scholars. Barlott and Setchell demonstrate what postqualitative inquiry can do,...
By Karin Murris, Vivienne Bozalek
December 27, 2022
In Conversation with Karen Barad: Doings of Agential Realism is an accessible introduction to Karen Barad’s agential realist philosophy. The authors take on a unique approach to involve the readers in in/formal conversations between Karen, postgraduate and other researchers at a research event held...
By Karin Murris
December 30, 2021
A Glossary for Doing Postqualitative, New Materialist and Critical Posthumanist Research Across Disciplines gives novices and experienced researchers clear and comprehensible introductions to theories, paradigm shifts and key concepts in postqualitative, feminist new materialist and critical ...
By Karin Murris
December 29, 2020
Navigating the Postqualitative, New Materialist and Critical Posthumanist Terrain Across Disciplines is an accessible introductory guide to theories, paradigm shifts and key concepts in postqualitative, new materialist and critical posthumanist research. Supported by its own website, this first ...