POETIC INQUIRY, for the human and social sciences, voices from the South and North

: van Rooyen (H.) & Pithouse-Morgan (K.) eds.

R 320.00
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286pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2024


Contributions include:

"Giving voice through love: An autoethnographic poetic inquiry" by Angela Hough and Heidi van Rooyen

"Heartful Resonance: Belonging/becoming into the poetic" by Sarah K. MacKenzie-Dawson

"Eclipsing the self: Using erasure poetry to see behind the edited me" by Cecile Badenhorst and Heather McLeod

"Collaborative wordplay: Making meaning through reciprocal poetic inquiry" by Tanya van der Walt and Tamar Meskin

"The captured-uncaptured: Learning about millennial history teachers' engagement with post-apartheid South Africa through poetic inquiry" by  Fezeka Cynthia Gxwayibeni and Tamuka Marshall Maposa.

Clinical psychologist Heidi van Rooyen is an executive at the Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa. 

Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan is Professor of Education at the School of Education, University of Nottingham, and Honorary Professor at the School of Education, University of KwaZulu-Natal.