The most recent issue of Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal (Volume 3, Issue 2) boasts articles by PhD in Educational Research Candidate, Maureen Flint, and faculty member Dr. Kelly Guyotte. Flint's article, Cartographies of Memory and Affect: Nomadic Subjectivities, initially began as a paper written for Dr. Guyotte's BER 690: Readings in Educational Research class. It is a moving visual essay that affectively maps posthumanism and methodological possibilities. Guyotte's article, Tumbling from Embodiment to Enfleshment: Art as Intervention in Collective Autoethnography, is a co-written article that discusses a multi-year collective autoethnography and arts-based research project exploring the four women's first years on the tenure track.
To see the issue, please visit the website: https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/ari/index.php/ari/issue/view/1942
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