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Multimodal Research – Edward Said, The Amateur and The Exile

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Multimodal Research – Edward Said, The Amateur and The Exile

  By Matthew Hawkins I recall a conversation between an academic and an MA student. The two were discussing the ocularcentric approach to the analysis, and conceptualisation ...

  By Matthew Hawkins I recall a conversation between an academic and an MA student. The two were discussing the ocularcentric approach to the analysis, and conceptualisation of cinema. The MA student was annoyed by the structure of his own utterances, and his continual, un ...

An a/r/tographer’s perspective on practice

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An a/r/tographer’s perspective on practice

By Peter Gouzouasis Whenever I hear or read the word ‘practice’ I think of the infamous Allen Iverson rant from 2001. “If I can't practice, I can't practice man. If I'm hurt, ...

By Peter Gouzouasis Whenever I hear or read the word ‘practice’ I think of the infamous Allen Iverson rant from 2001. “If I can't practice, I can't practice man. If I'm hurt, I'm hurt. I mean … simple as that. It ain't about that ... I mean it's ... It's not about that ... ...

Practice-Based Methodologies And The Researcher As Subject

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Practice-Based Methodologies And The Researcher As Subject

By Katherine Wimpenny In this short blog post I would like to discuss the theme of practice-based methodologies and in particular the researcher as subject. I have enjoyed re ...

By Katherine Wimpenny In this short blog post I would like to discuss the theme of practice-based methodologies and in particular the researcher as subject. I have enjoyed reading Emma Walters ‘Autoethnographer’s Tale’ and her use of a blog to walk beside her on her doctora ...