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Maria Tamboukou

In this chapter I look back at my work of combining genealogical inquiries with ethnographic explorations in the wider field of gender and education research. In bringing together history and ethnography, I have drawn on music as an open plane for methodological encounters in the social sciences. What I have argued is that historical and genealogical inquiries can be deployed as meaningful differences, complementary methodological practices within a specific analytical context. The rhythm of their sounding together resonates the contrast between visibility and invisibility, the sayable and the unsayable, pointing to what has been hidden or muted and what has been allowed to emerge or sound.