Send us your art! Call for Papers – Ethnographic Short Fiction, Poetry and Creative Non-Fiction Anthropology and Education Quarterly Anthropology and Education Quarterly (AEQ) is seeking ethnographic short fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction for a new creative section of the journal focused on alternative productions […]
Month: May 2014
My latest comic, Shane the Lone Ethnographer’s guide to qualitative data analysis, The Good, The Bad and The Data has had a lovely review from Dr. George Noblit, Distinguished Professor of Sociology of Education at UNC. Thank you so much, Professor Noblit! “Many students find […]
A history of framing the teaching of young children as a matter of ‘natural’ female aptitude has led a number of researchers and educators to oversimplify men’s experiences as a foil or antidote to the ills of schooling. Of course, it’s all much more complex than that. Along with my colleague and frequent co-author Christine Mallozzi of the University of Kentucky, I proudly present The Guys, and the Rest of Us. In this qualitative study of men, women, and ‘feminisation’ in early education and care environments, interview data (N = 4) are discursively analysed to provide a more nuanced understanding of how male and female careworkers construct and orient themselves in relation to masculinity and maleness.