Tags, tagging, tagged, # - undisciplining organ-ization of [academic] bodies

Nicola Fairchild*, Carol A. Taylor, Neil Carey, Mirka Koro, Angelo Benozzo, Karin Hannes, Jo Albin-Clark, Emma Maynard, Shiva Zarabadi, Tanner Caterina-Knorr, Angeline J. Taylor

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    Abstract

    We write as a collaborative mode of embodied writing that moves, tags, and re-sites us elsewhere, that mis/dis/aligns self-other, and permeates various stable body(boundaries). We write as a group of (un)bounded (virtual) bodies who aim to collectively create and tag arguments. We write as a collective body where materialities, ideas, discussions and writing become in the doing. Different relational collective practices shared here disturb, disperse, question, undo and undermine sole authorship and consider how tags work and what tags might produce when these objects/things shape our academic lives. While engaged in tagging we also considered how tags tug, how tags shape the ways we think, feel and experience our academic lives. How are we produced by tags? What do tags produce (in/on) us and in our embodied lives?
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalCulture and Organization
    Early online date18 Apr 2023
    DOIs
    Publication statusEarly online - 18 Apr 2023

    Keywords

    • Tags
    • bodies
    • research-creation
    • embodied experiments
    • writing otherwise

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