Inefficient mapping: publications



Knight, L. (2022). The feminist research-creation pedagogies of BIPOC women’s cultural counter-mapping: Ecological learning through interrelationality, gontology, and cardinal ethics. Educational Philosophy and Theory.

Knight, L. (2022). Commentator’s response. Reconceptualising Educational Research Methodology, 13(1), Special Issue: Mattering seductions in undisciplined qualitative inquiry.


Knight, L. (2021). Inefficient Mapping: A Methodologic Protocol for Attuning to Phenomena. Santa Barbara, CA: Punctum Books


Knight, L. (2020) Inefficiently mapping boundaries: how is an urban citizen? Mapping Meaning, The Journal, No.4. Special Issue: Life After the Anthropocene: Envisioning the Futures of the World. 


Knight, L. (2019) Inefficient mapping: the ethical wayfinding potential of drawing while walking. The Public Pedagogy Journal, No. 4. Special Issue: Walking in/as Publics.

Koro-Ljungberg, M. & Knight, L. (2019). Experimental qualitative methods. In P.Atkinson & S. Delamont (Eds.). The Sage Encyclopaedia of Social Research Methods. Thousand Oaks, CAL: Sage

Knight, L. (2019) Playing: inefficiently mapping human and inhuman play in urban commonplaces. In D. Hodgins (Ed.). Feminist Research for 21st Century Childhoods: Common Worlds Methods. London: Bloomsbury.


Knight, L. (2016). Playgrounds as sites of radical encounters: a mapping of material, affective, spatial, and pedagogical collisions. In N. Snaza, D. Sonu, S. E. Truman, & Z. Zaliwska (Eds.), Pedagogical Matters: New Materialisms and Curriculum Studies (Counterpoints Series). New York: Peter Lang.

All Linda’s publications are listed in Google Scholar

Knight, L. (forthcoming). Invited commentator. Reconceptualising Educational Research Methodology. Special Issue: Seduction Scholarship.