Call for proposals: Philosophy and Theory in Higher Education

Special Issue: Foucault and Contemporary Theory in Higher Education: New approaches, theories, and conditions of possibility. Editors: Francesca Peruzzo and Aaron Kuntz  The idea behind this special issue is to expand Foucault's analytical toolbox, intersecting new epistemological and analytical approaches to explore and problematize the current situation of higher education. The special issue aims to make visible experiences, methods, practices, … Continue reading Call for proposals: Philosophy and Theory in Higher Education

Call for proposals: Southeast Philosophy of Education Society, 2023

We are excited to invite you to participate in-person in the annual meeting of the Southeast Philosophy of Education Society (SEPES) in Chattanooga, TN February 2-4, 2023! SEPES has a long tradition of providing a friendly forum for dialogue and the exchange of philosophical ideas related to a broad variety of educational topics. We welcome … Continue reading Call for proposals: Southeast Philosophy of Education Society, 2023

Mentoring in qualitative research

One thing I’ve observed about the qualitative inquiry community is that there is a wealth of ideas that challenge and extend our thinking and introduce us to creative approaches to applying theoretical concepts. In their edited volume, Philosophical Mentoring in Qualitative Research: Collaborating and Inquiring Together (Guyotte & Wolgemuth, 2022), Kelly Guyotte (University of Alabama) … Continue reading Mentoring in qualitative research

Poetic autoethnography

“The power of autoethnography,” writes Ron Pelias (2021), lies in its ability as a “method for maneuvering your way through” (p. 100). In his book Lessons on aging and dying: A poetic autoethnography, published in the Writing lives: Ethnographic narrative series by Routledge, Pelias maneuvers through the complexities and uneasiness of aging and facing death. … Continue reading Poetic autoethnography