ISSN 0951-8398, Online ISSN: 1366-5898
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Promiscuous (use of) feminist methodologies: the dirty theory and messy practice of educational research beyond gender
Childers, Sara M.; Rhee, Jeong-eun; Daza, Stephanie L.
Promiscuous feminisms for troubling times
Wild reading: this madness to our method
Mishra Tarc, Aparna Rita
Working on a failed research: promiscuity of wanting and doing both ways
Much more than power: the pedagogy of promiscuous black feminism
Huckaby, M. Francyne
A promiscuous (feminist) look at grant-science: how colliding imaginaries shape the practice of NSF policy
Daza, Stephanie L.
The materiality of fieldwork: an ontology of feminist becoming
Childers, Sara M.
Was Jane Addams a promiscuous pragmatist?
Promiscuous feminists postscript
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