Postcritical Ethnography: Reinscribing Critique / Edition 1

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This collection of essays are on the cutting edge of ethnographic methods that are based in a critique of critical ethnography. These chapters are based in the assumption that ethnography is the ultimate colonialist project and critical theory is the ultimate modernist project. They push the boundaries of positionality, representation, objectivity, and politics.
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Table of Contents

1 Postcritical ethnography : an introduction 1
2 Grandma's hands 55
3 Critical theory, critical ethnography, critical conditions : considerations of postcritical ethnography 59
4 Promising rhetoric for postcritical ethnography 77
5 Postcritical ethnography : research as a pedagogical encounter 95
6 Time, space, and ethnography without proper subjects 107
7 Scripting 'postcritical' ethnography : a Derridean writing 125
8 Mojado crossing along neoliberal borderlands 155
9 Who do I represent? 183
10 Observing the observer 187
11 Cracks in the armor : the unspoken lives of white privilege 189
12 Black teachers on black teachers teaching 215
13 Conversations as bridges 229
14 Hey, that's me in that ethnography! 239
15 De-centering whiteness : personal narratives of race 247
16 The value of examined lives : data re-presenting and critical space in research about first-year teachers 263
17 The big problem with change 281
18 Tourist dollars 285
19 Sonnets 287
20 Toward a critical social narrative of education 293
21 Storytelling as ethnographic representation 307
22 Working without a net but with a spotlight : mothering in poverty 319
23 Clues from the classroom : the hidden curriculum of place 351
24 Testing the water : could Ulmer's CATTt be a [post]critical ethnographic methodology? 367
25 The future of postcritical ethnography : a case for collective action 385
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