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[Xmca-l] Re: Sociocritical Literacies and more context

Hi Michael, Luisa, Miguel and all,

Is it possible to see testimonios as data points? But to the point, far more than a data point, perhaps a cell of meaning? or a node that connects to other nodes, and that over the space of time and place that a larger picture starts to emerge that reveals a deeper-anchored democracy of meanings?

What appeals to me is that Miguel's "method" of testimonio remains in connection with affect (and subjective identity) and thereby retains a compassionate unity with formations of "data collection."

Since it is difficult to leave the heart in the filing cabinet, wouldn't that be a fair method to connect to research and subsequently to knowledge?

Just wondering…

Kind regards,