Flipping Methodology: Or, errancy in the meanwhile and the need to remove doors

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This article ponders two questions:
1. What does ‘post-qualitative’ mean to you?
2. Why do you think the ‘post-qualitative’ movement is important to the field of qualitative inquiry?
In response it poses a method/ology of errancy – a flipping methodology – that locates post-qualitative research as an ethico-onto-epistemological political project of opening theory-practice spaces for differential matterings. Post-qualitative flipping is not an individual undertaking, it is an ecology of practices, a resonation across bodies, a navigating of movement for a politics of change, in which even barely perceptible shifts possibilize new modes of thinking and unthinking, doing and undoing.
Original languageEnglish
JournalQualitative Inquiry
Early online date12 Aug 2020
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 12 Aug 2020


  • Post-qualitative; Errancy; Flipping methodology; Hospitality; Visitation

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