Saint Bakhtin, Porous Theorizing, and Proceeding Nonetheless

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Timothy John Lensmire
Nathan Snaza


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Lensmire, T. J., & Snaza, N. (2017). Saint Bakhtin, Porous Theorizing, and Proceeding Nonetheless. Dialogic Pedagogy: A Journal for Studies of Dialogic Education, 5.
Special Issue: Deconstructing Bakhtin, Carnival with Evil
Author Biographies

Timothy John Lensmire, University of Minnesota, USA

Timothy J. Lensmire is Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Minnesota, where he teaches courses in literacy, race, and critical pedagogy.  For his most recent book, White Folks: Race and Identity in Rural America (Routledge), Lensmire talked with white people in the small farming community where he grew up, in order to explore and theorize the complex social production of white racial identities.

Nathan Snaza, University of Richmond, USA

Nathan Snaza teaches modern English literature, educational foundations, and contemporary theory at the University of Richmond. He is the co-editor of Posthumanism and Educational Research (Routledge, 2014) and Pedagogical Matters: New Materialisms and Curriculum Studies (Peter Lang, 2016). His articles have appeared in journals such as Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Educational Philosophy and Theory, Educational Researcher, Angelaki, Parallax, Cultural Critique, and Symploke.