The purpose of this article is to “do something less intentional” with post-qualitative inquiry while thinking about scholarship and “methodologies” as hesitant moves and uncertain stances always in necessary and immanent flux. Coming from hesitation and uncertainty post-qualitative inquiry does not mean anything specific or particular to me. Rather, I focus on the potential embedded in post-qualitative projects while I also worry about creating boundaries around immanently shifting practices.
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