“Aaron Kuntz has written a stunning critique of technocratic social science methodology that ignores both its historical and political entanglements as well as its theoretical commitments. He reminds us that methodology is thinkable (or not) only within specific onto-epistemological formations and cannot be applied willy-nilly from one study to another as has become all too common in educational research.”
—Elizabeth A. St. Pierre, University of Georgia
"Finally we have something to cite when discussing methodologists’ responsibilities and qualitative inquiry as a political act! This book offers well-structured arguments and lovely theoretical insights related to the ways in which methodologists who take their work seriously move beyond the question of procedure when approaching methodological knowing and scholarship. I highly recommend this book for all interested in expanding their perspectives on methodological responsibilities of scholars who teach and study methods."
—Mirka Koro-Ljungberg, Arizona State University
"This dangerous methods book puts Foucault to good work in contesting neoliberal proceduralism and addressing ethically activist research in a critical materialist moment."
—Patti Lather, Ohio State University, emerita
Please join us on congratulating our own Dr. Aaron Kuntz on the release of his book, The Responsible Methodologist: Inquiry, Truth-Telling, and Social Justice!
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