Back, Les. “Live sociology: social research and its futures.”

Back, Les. "Live sociology: social research and its futures." Live Methods, edited by Les Black and Nirmal Puwar, Malden, Blackwell Publishing, 2012, pp. 18-39. Abstract: The article draws on recent debates about empirical sociology's methodological crisis that results from the emergence of sophisticated information-based capitalism and digital culture. Researchers face the challenge of "newly coordinated … Continue reading Back, Les. “Live sociology: social research and its futures.”

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Tamas, Sophie. “My Imaginary Friend: Writing, Community, and Responsibility.”

Tamas, Sophie. "My Imaginary Friend: Writing, Community, and Responsibility." Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies, vol. 14, no. 4, 2014, pp. 369-73. Abstract: I have a problem with collaborative writing; the words themselves put me on edge. This piece follows the line of that affect down and through identity, agency, power, intimacy, responsibility, representation, and the … Continue reading Tamas, Sophie. “My Imaginary Friend: Writing, Community, and Responsibility.”

Back, Les, and Nirmal Puwar. “A manifesto for live methods: provocations and capacities.”

Back, Les, and Nirmal Puwar. "A manifesto for live methods: provocations and capacities." Live Methods, edited by Les Black and Nirmal Puwar, Malden, Blackwell Publishing, 2012, pp. 6-17. Abstract: In this manifesto for live methods the key arrangements of the volume are summarized in eleven propositions. We offer eleven provocations to highlight potential new capacities for … Continue reading Back, Les, and Nirmal Puwar. “A manifesto for live methods: provocations and capacities.”

Lauer, Janice M. “Dappled Discipline”

Lauer, Janice M. "Composition Studies: Dappled Discipline." Rhetoric Review 3.1 (1984): 20-29. Lauer paints composition studies as a complex and often misunderstood discipline, and she spends time supplying a synopsis of prior scholarship to establish footing in the field. She defends composition studies as a multidisciplinary and multimodal arena, pointing to complications in its position as … Continue reading Lauer, Janice M. “Dappled Discipline”