In this article, the authors respond to Deleuze and Collaborative Writing: An Immanent Plane of Composition. The book's authors (Jonathan, Ken, Susanne, and Bronwyn) and two discussants (Elizabeth St. Pierre and Norman Denzin) consider questions such as the following: What does this book open up? How might it help us to think differently (e.g. about inquiry, about collaboration, about the ethics of reading and writing in such an assemblage)? And how does it contribute to the growing literature on collaborative writing as method of inquiry?
- collaborative writing
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Cultural Studies
- Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous)