Doing academic writing differently: a feminist bricolage

HANDFORTH, Rachel and TAYLOR, Carol (2016). Doing academic writing differently: a feminist bricolage. Gender and Education, 28 (5), 627-643.

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This article emerged as the product of a collaboration between two individuals at different stages of our academic careers, one a beginning researcher and the other a senior academic. Written as an experimental bricolage, the article weaves together two main threads to chart our engagements with feminist research and with writing practices, both of which we envisage as forms of feminist praxis. The red thread explores feminist research as a continuous accomplishment in which becoming-feminist is enacted through our different research narratives. The green thread employs diffraction, as an experimental practice to undo the normalised practices of academic writing by weaving together various kinds of texts. In its entangled quilting of the red and green threads, the article foregrounds bricolage as an experimental feminist praxis of doing collaborative writing differently. Keyword : Feminism; methodology; diffraction; ‘new’ material feminism; article; writing

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Page Range: 627-643
Depositing User: Carol Taylor
Date Deposited: 04 Feb 2016 11:32
Last Modified: 18 Mar 2021 02:18

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