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Jodi Kaufmann

Associate Professor    
Education
Ph.D. in Educational Psychology in Qualitative Inquiry Program, University of Georgia
Women’s Studies Certificate, Antioch University,2004
Masters in Education,Seattle Pacific University
Washington State Initial Certificate in K-12,University of Washington,
Bachelor of Arts in English,
Specializations
I am a qualitative research methodologist who specializes in poststructural inquiry.
Biography
Publications

*Peer Reviewed
+International

*+Kaufmann, J. and Wamsted, J. (in press). White male privilege: A conversation. Qualitative Inquiry.
*+Kaufmann, J. (in press). Masculinity: Vacuity and Being. In Qualitative Research, Special Issue, Ian Davis (Ed.).
*+Kaufmann, J. (in press). A meditation on meaning II. Qualitative Inquiry, Special Issue, Hypermodal Inquiry. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
*+Kaufmann, J. (in press). Tenure. Qualitative Inquiry. Special Issue, Hypermodal Inquiry. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
*+Limes-Taylor, K. and Kaufmann, J. (in press). An autoethnography in four acts or a bright humiliation. Qualitative Inquiry. (4% acceptance rate)
*+Kaufmann, J. and Holbrook, T. (in press). Co-Editor, Special Issue, Hypermodal Inquiry. Qualitative Inquiry. (4% acceptance rate)
*+Kaufmann, J. (2012). I spit to meet you on a line unfolding. Qualitative Inquiry 18(1), 16-19. (4% acceptance rate).
*+Kaufmann, J. (2012). Dear Jaheem: A poststructural ethical analysis of anti-bullying legislation in Georgia. International Review of Qualitative Research 5(1), 29-38.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2011). The meaning of “not innocent”: The Troy Anthony Davis case. International Review of Qualitative Research 4(3), 291-312.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2011). An autoethnography of a face. Qualitative Inquiry 17(10), 913-916.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2011). Heteronarrative analysis: Examining online photographic narratives. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 24(1), 7-26.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2011). Poststructural data analysis: Analyzing data for new meanings. Qualitative Inquiry 17(2), 148-154.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2011). An autoethnography of a hacceity: A-wo/man-to-eat-androgen. Critical Studies ↔ Critical Methodology 11 (1), 38-46.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2010). The practice of dialogue in critical pedagogy. Adult Education Quarterly 60 (5), 456-476.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2010). Narrative and the re/production of transsexual: Seeking an endured emergence of a multiplicity of genders. Critical Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies 10(2), 91-99.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2010). Trans-representation. Qualitative Inquiry 16(3), 90-103.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2009). Learning to be an American. International Review of Qualitative Research 1(4), 461-470.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2008). Mapping territories: The space of Christianity, trans-narratives and violence in the lives of three male-to-female transsexuals. International Review of Qualitative Research 1(3), 347-360.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2008). Palinode: rereading for what has been lost. Qualitative Report 13(2), 151. http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/QR13-2/index.html.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2007). Transfiguration: A narrative analysis of male-to-female transsexual. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 20(1), 1-13.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2006). Heteronarrative Analysis: A method of narrative analysis for analyzing transgressive data. Qualitative Inquiry 12(6), 1139-1153.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2005). Autotheory: An autoethnographic reading of Foucault. Qualitative Inquiry 11(4), 576-587.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2000). Reading counter hegemonic pedagogies through a postmodern lens. International Journal of Lifelong Learning, 19(5), 430-447.

2. Book Chapters
*+Kaufmann, J. (2014). The stories we tell: A brief history of the ways we talk about transgender identity. Trans-bodies/Trans-selves. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
*+Kaufmann, J. (2013). Autoethnography: A method for examining literacy practices. In P. Albers, A. Flint and T. Holbrook (Eds.), Methods for Literacy Research. London: Routledge.

 
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