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Benjamin Myers’ Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 9:07 am

Myers, W. B. “Shopping the shopper: Predictable performances and retail surveillance,” Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies, 7(2), 2011.

Myers, W. B. Respondent to “Voicing our Concerns by Radicalizing Help” in the Six-Woman Show ‘2nd Helping’ for the Women’s Caucus Division of the National Communication Association, 2011.

Myers, W. B. “Difficult Dialogues in Communication: Publishing Communication Research in a Digital Age,” Roundtable participant for the Difficult Dialogues In Communication Division of the National Communication Association, November 2011.

Myers, W. B. “Voice From Beyond the Forum: Scholarly Engagement and Where Are We Now?,” Roundtable participant at the Convention Theme Group Division of the National Communication Association, November 2011.

Myers, W. B. “Losing the Faith: Competing Narratives of Disbelief in Atheist Deconversion Stories,” Presented at the Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division of the Nat. Comm. Asso., 2011.

Myers, W. B. “Theories of Pleasure and Snapshots of Pain: The Joys and Sorrows of Autoethnography,” Presented at the International Qualitative Inquiry Congress, May 2011.

Myers, W. B., and Rowe, D. “Activist Impulses in Qualitative Inquiries: Podcasting,” Presented at the International Qualitative Inquiry Congress, May 2011.

Myers, W. B. “The placebo as performance: Speaking across domains of healing,” Qualitative Health Research, 20(9), 1295- 1303, 2010.

Myers, W. B. and Alexander, B. K. “(Performance is): Metaphors as methodological tools in qualitative inquiry,” International Review of Qualitative Research, 3(2), 163-172, 2010.

Alexander, B. K. and Myers, W. B. “Conclusion: Performance in/as qualitative inquiry,” International Review of Qualitative Research, 3(2), 263-267, 2010.

Myers, W. B. “Performance is a placebo: Symbolic healing on material bodies,” International Review of Qualitative Research, 3(2), 183-186, 2010.

Myers, W. B. “Review of the book Writing qualitative inquiry: Self, stories and academic life,” Southern Communication Journal, 75, 458-460, 2010.

Myers, W. B. “The Placebo as Dialogic Starting Point for Performance Studies and Qualitative Health Research,” Presented at the International Qualitative Inquiry Congress, May 2010.

Myers, W. B. “Performance in/as Qualitative Inquiry,” Presented at the International Qualitative Inquiry Congress, May 2010.

Myers, W. B. Guest Editor of a special issue of the International Review of Qualitative Research titled “Performance is: Metaphor as methodological tool in qualitative inquiry.”