* Includes a multimedia gallery of images, videos, and/or podcasts.
What do pedagogies produce? Thinking/teaching qualitative inquiry
(Ulmer, Kuby, & Christ, ahead-of-print)
Pivots and pirouettes: Carefully turning traditions *
The Anthropocene is a question, not a strategic plan
Philosophy and Theory in Higher Education
Critical qualitative inquiry is/as love *
Food, water, shelter, justice, love:
Methodological axes for critical qualitative inquiry
International Review of Qualitative Research
Posthumanism as research methodology:
Inquiry in the Anthropocene
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education
Writing slow ontology *
Note. Additional refereed articles have appeared in journals such as:
A philosophy not of paper (y buen vivir)
In Peters, Tesar, & Jackson (Eds.)
'After postmodernism in educational theory?
A collective writing experiment for EPAT 50th celebration'
Educational Philosophy and Theory
Writing as gratitude
In Van Cleave, Bridges-Rhoads, & Hughes (Eds.)
'Readings that rock our world'
Unruly considerations for teaching critical qualitative inquiry:
In Huckaby (Ed.)
Making Research Public in Troubled Times: Pedagogy, Activism, and Critical Obligations
D...a…t…a…, data++, data and some problematics
In Denzin & Lincoln (Eds.)
The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research
(Koro-Ljungberg, MacLure, & Ulmer, 2018)
Note. Chapters also have appeared in the following edited books: