auto/biography; naming; identity; subjectivities
Arts and Humanities
How do we construe and re:construe the (archi)textures of (written) life? What is belonging when identities are temporal and where naming remains elusive or unknown? This article plays writing collaborative writing, deconstructing textual hierarchies between the “main” text body and footnoted text as a means of interrogating ways identities are written/performed. It is inspired by correspondences between the authors, generated in relation to three previous works published in Qualitative Inquiry, James Haywood Rolling, Jr.’s “Messing Around with Identity Constructs: Pursuing a Poststructuralist and Poetic Aesthetic,” “Searching Self-image: Identities to be Self-evident,” and Lace Marie Brogden’s “Not Quite Acceptable: Re:Reading my Father in Qualitative Inquiry.” We share correspondences between academics, using spaces created in writing “between friends” while constantly becoming through the re:writing of our identities from no fixed address
Rolling, J. H., & Brogden, L. M. (2009). Two or more hours away from most things: Re:writing identities from no fixed address. Qualitative Inquiry, 15 (7), 1139-1154.
Two hours or more away from most things: Re:writing Identities from no fixed address. James Haywood Rolling, Jr and Lace Marie Brogden Qualitative Inquiry 2009; 15; 1139 originally published online May 4, 2009; DOI: 10.1177/1077800408314342