Introduction 1. Plugging One Text into Another Interlude I: Why Derrida? 2. Derrida: Thinking with Deconstruction Interlude II: Why Spivak? 3. Spivak: Thinking with Marginality Interlude III: Why Foucault? 4. Foucault: Thinking with Power/Knowledge Interlude IV: Why Butler? 5. Butler: Thinking with Performativity Interlude V: Why Deleuze? 6. Deleuze: Thinking with Desire Interlude VI: Why Barad? 7. Barad: Thinking with Intra-Action 8. Diffractions
Alecia Y. Jackson is Associate Professor at the Department of Leadership and Educational Studies, Reich College of Education, Appalachian State University, USA. She is co-editor with Lisa Mazzei of Voice in Qualitative Inquiry (Routledge). Lisa A. Mazzei is Associate Professor, Doctoral Program in Leadership Studies, Gonzaga University, USA. She is also Visiting Research Fellow at the Education and Social Research Institute, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. She is co-editor with Alecia Jackson of Voice in Qualitative Inquiry (Routledge), and author of Inhabited Silence in Qualitative Research.