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Editorial for special issue: Making as method: Reimagining traditional and Indigenous notions of “craft” in research practice.


Editorial for special issue: Making as method: Reimagining traditional and Indigenous notions of “craft” in research practice.

Fitzpatrick, Esther and Reilly, Rosemary C. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7274-4488 (2019) Editorial for special issue: Making as method: Reimagining traditional and Indigenous notions of “craft” in research practice. Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal, 4 (1). i-xvi. ISSN 2371-3771

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This article make a case for the use of craft techniques as research practice.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Arts and Science > Applied Human Sciences
Item Type:Article
Authors:Fitzpatrick, Esther and Reilly, Rosemary C.
Journal or Publication:Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal
Date:February 2019
Digital Object Identifier (DOI):10.18432/ari29464
Keywords:craft, research practice, Indigenous, craftivism, embodied knowing, making as method
ID Code:985321
Deposited By: Rosemary Reilly
Deposited On:29 Apr 2019 16:53
Last Modified:29 Apr 2019 16:54
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