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PERFORMSOCSCI April 2007

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Re: PSS

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"Camilla Jessel Panufnik,frps" <[log in to unmask]>

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Performative Social Science <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 8 Apr 2007 23:08:32 +0100

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Dear Kip Jones

I have been enjoying all the emails. Mary Smail, the superb drama and  
movement therapist who is also on your mailing list, gave me your  
contact details and I am very happy to be absorbing also some of your  
interesting ideas. I apologise for slowness in introducing myself,  
but am professionally overwhelmed at the moment.

I have worked for a great number of years on socially relevant, often  
arts-related subjects, both as a photographer and writer, including  
27 books with leading publishers with my own text and photos, as well  
a taking photographs for other interesting people's books and  
lectures. In the 70s I had a research grant from the Nuffield  
Foundation to write a fiction-factual  book for young people on what  
it's like to be disabled {"Mark's Wheelchair Adventures"), and I  
produced many other books for children dealing with frequently  
encountered fears. Being somewhat aged by now, though still highly  
active, I don't need to tell you more about myself, other than a  
crucial aspect of my understanding in that I was married to a great  
musician, and both my (adult) offspring are also busy composers. I  
live very much in the world of the arts and am deeply familiar with  
many essential aspects of creativity.

In the subject of healing through the arts, success is, as you and  
your colleagues have observed, impossible to quantify with icy  
precision. I am not quite sure whether "ambiguity" is always the  
right word. I believe that the abstract emotions and attainments  
which I have captured over many decades in photographs are not  
ambiguous.  I would say they were often undeniable and that, when we  
look at projects and ideas, we need to see ourselves as open-minded  
witnesses, however attempting rigourous clarity even in non-academic  
formulae when we are ready to make our assessments. Perhaps you don't  
agree?  I have been working for sometime now on something new along  
these lines, and look forward to communicating further about this  
when I am further on with the writing.

Camilla Jessel (Panufnik)


On Apr 8, 2007, at 14:46, Kip Jones wrote:

> The online qualitative journal, FQS, is pleased to
> announce a special issue on Performative Social
> Science to be published in May 2008.
>
> The Call for Abstracts is now live on FQS at
> http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs/fqs-e/CfP_08-2-e.htm
> It is also available in Spanish and German on the
> site.
>
> Edited by Mary Gergen, Kip Jones, Brian Roberts, Irene
> Lopez de Vallejo, Peter Wright and John J. Guiney
> Yallop, the Special Issue hopes to bring thoughtful
> reflections on and manifestations of Performative
> Social Science (PSS)to the readership of FQS.  The
> Special Issue will establish a foundational reference
> for the performative turn in social science.
>
> The special issue welcomes experimental pieces,
> particularly within the possibilities offered by a
> web-based journal such as FQS.  Any special needs
> (embedded video, etc.) or contributions that move the
> issue beyond the normal constraints and layouts of
> paper-based journals are welcome.
>
> Please see the online Call for Abstracts for more
> information and how to submit and/or discuss ideas for
> contributions.
>
> Cheers,
> Kip
>
> Dr Kip Jones
> Reader in Qualitative Social Science
> Centre for Qualitative Research
> Institute of Health & Community Studies
> Bournemouth University United Kingdom
> *************************
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