Seduction, Sharing Stories and Borderlinking in Co-constructed Narratives
Voila, A., Esin, C. and Achan, J. 2020. Seduction, Sharing Stories and Borderlinking in Co-constructed Narratives. Narrative Works: Issues, Investigations & Interventions. 10 (1).
|Authors||Voila, A., Esin, C. and Achan, J.|
Drawing on a co-constructed autobiographical narrative as our example, we explore the resonances of Catherine Kohler Reissman’s concept of seduction with Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger’s concept of martixial borderlinking. Borderlinking between theoretical domains, rather than comparisons or juxtaposition, brings forth potentialities and expands the theorization of feminine subjectivities in much the same was as a con-constructed narratives celebrate the we without obliterating the I.
|Journal||Narrative Works: Issues, Investigations & Interventions|
|Journal citation||10 (1)|
|Publisher||Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Narrative, St. Thomas University Fredericton, Canada|
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|Publication process dates|
|Accepted||20 May 2020|
|Deposited||07 Jul 2020|
|Copyright holder||© 2020 The Author|
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