Producing moments of pleasure within the confines of an academic quantified self

Eileen Honan, Linda Gaye Henderson, Sarah Loch

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    This article was originally performed as a solo (tripartite) conference paper at the 2014 Joint Australian Association for Research in Education/New Zealand Association for Research in Education Conference, held in Brisbane, Australia, in December 2014. In preparing our contributions for publication as an article we create an assemblage of the desires and resistances shaping our academic identities which we express as sometimes piecemeal, inadequate and powerless. We assemble, through movements of falling away and coming together, the situations which almost derailed the paper?s delivery as we work back along what we had planned, what we encountered, and how three presenters became one. In the inter-meshing of our communication we explore ways of becoming academic and performing academia which open us to the productive possibilities of a stronger commitment to pleasure through re-assembling Deleuze?s desiring machine. The texts presented in this paper include online links to video clips played at the conference.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)44 - 62
    Number of pages19
    JournalCreative Approaches to Research
    Issue number3
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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