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VOICES OF PRACTICE: NARRATIVE SCHOLARSHIP FROM THE MARGINS


What is it?

Stories of personal growth, challenge, inquiry, and in some cases resistance to the expectations of what counts as scholarship, and who may be counted as a scholar.


Who is it for?

Higher education faculty and staff.


What can it do?

Not everyone has had a straight and narrow path into academia. Many higher education teachers were professionals before they became part of the university or college where they work; and many keep one foot in both worlds even while they teach. And yet the demands of scholarship remain a component of their academic work - research, publishing, and the rest.

What are the challenges we face when transitioning to an academic job from our field of practice? How do our professional perspectives and experiences inform our teaching, our interpretation of curricula, assessment, evaluation, and grades? And what is the relationship between scholarship and work?

Voices of Practice inspects, interrupts, questions what it means to be a scholar, using deeply personal reflections, poignant vignettes, and carefully examined timelines of intellectual and professional development. This volume features educators who may not at first call themselves “academics” and who have focused their careers on the practice rather than the publishing of scholarship.








Morris, S. M. (2021). Voices of practice: Narrative scholarship from the margins. Hybrid Pedagogy Inc.