entanglements is an important recently launched experimental journal focused on multimodal ethnographic theory and practice. I’m very pleased to have published my experimental film poem, made during a coronavirus pandemic-induced lockdown, here, and recommend the editorial approach to peer-review and publication development. Care is absolutely essential for scholarly community-building and robust development of theory – i.e. propelled deeper through constructive engagement, not competitive critique.
Read the full article here. Video poem and abstract below.
Abstract: Over the course of the Global Gender and Cultures of Equality project (GlobalGRACE, 2017-2021), researchers around the world exchanged postcards, sharing glimpses of their work. As the Coronavirus pandemic and an abrupt funding cut transformed the form and scope of the project, the postcards took on new meaning. Motion. Stop. was made as the team awaited news about the future of the project. It is a video poem about the connecting threads that form through transnational collaboration.
Recommended citation: McGuirk, S. (2021). ‘Motion. Stop.: Responding to Crises Compounded’, entanglements, 4(2): 4-9