" I would, and I will, recommend your book to colleagues. Though not a 'light' read, it is an important one. For authoethnographers, it is a must-read; for scholars working within other theoretical and methodological frameworks, I feel your book holds the potential to incite researchers to question their own boundaries and assumptions, and to engage sites of struggle with passion, critical inquiry, and commitment, setting aside the delusional expectation of a fixed result in favour of dwelling in the 'problematic of scholarship production' (p. 178). "
- in education
"[The authors] bring their dialogical notions of betweenness, and decolonizing discourse into the spaces of identity, race, class, sexuality, and the classroom. They offer the reader a progressive politics of performative inquiry. Working out of their intertwined biographies, they offer new ways of reading, writing, and performing global and local culture...With their liberatory, emancipatory commitments, they believe that critical methodologists, can-- in concert with indigenous methodologies-- speak to oppressed, colonized persons living in postcolonial situations of injustice...This powerful book opens the door for a new generation of critical inquiry.
- --From the Foreword by Norman Denzin and Yvonna Lincoln