Becoming … in the Midst/Wide-Awake/In-Between: An In-Process Narrative Inquiry


  • Kelly W. Guyotte <em>University of Alabama</em>


Using the frame of the artist’s in-process critique, this article presents the author’s ongoing theoretical inquiries and reflections on a narrative inquiry. Drawing on Clandinin and Connelly’s conceptions and Maxine Greene’s writings on aesthetic education, narrative inquiry is explored as a methodology where being in the midst requires wide-awakeness to ourselves and the Other— it is a space of fluidity and possibility. By considering narrative inquiry as an active, relational, and incessant process of meaning-making, the author comes to re/consider the constructivist underpinnings of her previous work with different theories that have allowed her to create new understandings of narrative practice. Through a relational and processual ontology, possibilities for narrative inquiry emerge as a productive shift in narrative inquiry toward becoming.




How to Cite

Guyotte, K. W. (2015). Becoming … in the Midst/Wide-Awake/In-Between: An In-Process Narrative Inquiry. Narrative Works, 5(2). Retrieved from