“Our Most Lethal Enemy?” – Christopher Andrew Brkich and Tim Barko

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    Katie Sayers
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    Published in a recent special issue of Qualitative Inquiry,this article from Christopher Andrew Brkich and Tim Barko, attempts to place qualitative research within the fictional Star Trek universe. They adopt Gilles Deleuze’s theories of banality and of objective–subjective commensurability to pose challenges to simplicity in methodology and product, and apply these lenses to both Star Trek and their own research. The authors are deliberately blurring the lines between fiction and philosophy, through the trope of science fiction, to make complex academic writing more accessible and more enjoyable – have a look, do they succeed?

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