'we know more than we think'
**If you have a suggestion for an addition to any pages of the bibliography, please write your suggested citation in the comments - thank you!
Banks, A. & Banks, S. (Eds.) (1998). Fiction and social research: By ice or fire. London: Altamira Press.
Bowen, E. (1964). Return to laughter. New York: Doubleday Anchor Book.
Dunlop, R. (2000). Boundary bay a novel as educational research. Ottawa, ON: National Library of Canada.
Gosse, Douglas (2005). Jacytar. St. John’s, NL: Jesperson Pub. (award winning dissertation written as a novel)
Kilbourn, B. (1999). Fictional theses. Educational Researcher, 28(9), 27-32.
Latour, B. (1996). ARAMIS or the love of technology. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press
Leavy, P. (2011). Low-fat love. Sense Publishers.
Saks, A. L. (1996). Viewpoints: Should novels count as dissertations in education? Research in the Teaching of English, 30(4), 403-427.
Sameshima, P. (2007). Seeing Red: A pedagogy of parallax – An epistolary bildungsroman on artful scholarly inquiry. New York: Cambria Press. (award winning dissertation written as fiction)