PHOTOGRAPHS | PIVOTS AND PIROUETTES
There are many ways to frame how and why we go about research, particularly when it comes to unsettling traditions. From the beginning of our studies, we can be encouraged (or even required) to situate our contributions within gaps, or deficits, in the existing literature. This can teach us to launch our work on the limitations of others. As an alternative, I wonder how scholarship might turn on its own merits, instead. I suggest that care and gratitude offer two possibilities.
'Pivots and Pirouettes: Carefully Turning Traditions' | Ulmer (2019)