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Feminist New Materialist Practice: The Mattering of Methods. Special Issue of MAI: Feminism & Visual Culture

Coleman, Rebecca; Page, Tara and Palmer, Helen, eds. 2019. Feminist New Materialist Practice: The Mattering of Methods. Special Issue of MAI: Feminism & Visual Culture, MAI: Feminism & Visual Culture, Summer(4). [Edited Journal]

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Feminist New Materialist Practice: The Mattering of Methods, a focus issue of MAI: Feminism & Visual Culture brings together international feminist academics and artists working across social sciences, arts and humanities to examine the relevance and productiveness of new materialisms in various types of feminist research. Until recently, the new materialisms have mainly constituted a conceptual field, viewed as ‘high’ theory. However, contemporary work is beginning to explore and develop a range of research methods and practices that both put new materialist concepts to work, and reflect on them, reshaping what new materialisms means as an approach, what it does, and what it can do. Feminist new materialisms, we suggest, are at the forefront of these developments; however, as yet, this emerging field of methodological and practice work has not been fully mapped. This special issue, therefore, draws out and pushes further the implications of new materialist philosophies for feminist research methodologies, methods and practices–and vice versa. In other words, it both considers and expands the making and mattering of feminist new materialisms.

Item Type:

Edited Journal

Keywords:

new materialism, methods, methodology, feminist, practice research, practice, art, arts

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Educational Studies > Centre for the Arts and Learning
Sociology

Date:

5 June 2019

Item ID:

26457

Date Deposited:

19 Jun 2019 15:34

Last Modified:

19 Jun 2019 15:34

URI:

http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/26457

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