List of Illustrations - List of Contributors - Maggie MacLure: Foreword - Mirka Koro-Ljungberg/Teija Loeytoenen/Marek Tesar: Introduction: Multiplicities of Data Encounters - Iris Duhn: Performing Data - Pauliina Rautio/Anna Vladimirova: Befriending Snow: On Data as an Ontologically Significant Research Companion - Margaret Somerville: (Becoming-with) Water as Data - Bidisha Banerjee/Mindy Blaise: Data Provocations: Disappointing, Failing, Malfunctioning - Marek Tesar/Mirka Koro-Ljungberg/Teija Loeytoenen - In the Beginning, There Was a Hole - Leena Rouhiainen: Traces of Breath: An Experiment in Undoing Data Through Artistic Research - Norman K. Denzin: The Wonder of It All - Sonja Arndt: (Un)becoming Data Through Philosophical Thought Processes of Pasts, Presents and Futures - Jessica Van Cleave/Sarah Bridges-Rhoads: Writing Data - Angelo Benozzo/Mirka Koro-Ljungberg: [Data within (data]-bag) Diffracted - Teija Loeytoenen/Marek Tesar/Mirka Koro-Ljungberg: LiteratureHoles - Jasmine B. Ulmer: Writing 'Data' Across Space, Time, and Matter - Susan Naomi Nordstrom: Spectral Data Experiment n-1 - Anne Beate Reinertsen/Ann Merete Otterstad: Immanence and Our Live Data Apology - Annette Arlander: Data, Material, Remains - Casey Y. Myers: "Whatever We Make Depends": Doing-data/Data-doing with Young Children - Karen Malone: Grappling with Data - Elizabeth DeFreitas: New Empiricisms and the Moving Image: Rethinking Video Data in Education Research - Mirka Koro-Ljungberg/Teija Loeytoenen/Marek Tesar: Irruptions: DataHoles.
Mirka Koro-Ljungberg (Ph.D., University of Helsinki) is Professor of Qualitative Research at Arizona State University. Her scholarship operates in the intersection of methodology, philosophy, and socio-cultural critique, and her work aims to contribute to methodological knowledge, experimentation, and theoretical development across various traditions associated with qualitative research. She has published in various qualitative and educational journals, and she is the author of Reconceptualizing Qualitative Research: Methodologies Without Methodology (2016).
Teija Loeytoenen (Doctor of Arts, Theatre Academy Helsinki; Ed. M., University of Helsinki) currently works as a Senior Specialist for Art and Creative Practices at Aalto University, Finland. Prior to her current position she was a full-time scholar for over ten years funded by the Academy of Finland. Her research interests include higher arts education, arts and creativity in academia as well as professional and academic development. Her special interest is in collaborative research endeavors and in "new" modes of (post) qualitative research. She has published in several refereed journals and edited volumes as well as presented her research in various networks.
Marek Tesar (Ph.D., University of Auckland) is Senior Lecturer in Childhood Studies and Early Childhood Education at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. His research focus is on childhood, children's lives, philosophy, policy and methodology. Tesar's scholarship and activism merges theoretical work with a practical impact on the mundane lives of children and their childhoods in Aotearoa, New Zealand and overseas. He has published and disseminated his work in many books and journals, and also to the early childhood community. His work received numerous national and international awards and accolades.