Dominique Elliott··2 min read
"Combining autoethnography and artwork, Supreme Justice, aims to reveal the persistence of institutionalized oppression of women through history."
Guillermo Rebollo Gil··5 min read
Editor Guillermo Gil's latest book review - The Autofictional: Approaches, Affordances, Forms - explores definitions and uses of autofictional writing.
Kamakshi Lekshmanan··3 min read
"Here is a humble attempt for the 2022 special issue that comes in simple words to show how climate change begins at home."
Marlen Harrison··8 min read
The AutoEthnographer is excited to offer student scholarships for written projects and audio/visual projects!
Marlen Harrison, Odessa Ogo, Shanita Mitchell, Dilek Isler Hayirli, Sandra L. Faulkner, Jessica Smartt Gullion, Jacob Meadows, Nadine Khair and Lina Fe Simoy··1 min read
This video explores how editors have developed their approach to reviewing evocative autoethnography.
Regina Garcia··8 min read
"This autoethnographic poetry is born of my personal experience, witness, as well as currently chronicled and ancestral lore."
Ulla-Maija Matikainen··4 min read
"One can’t write poetry without love. It is the strongest and the most vital root in poetry."
Dilek Isler Hayirli··13 min read
"I had not been aware that this emotional research was also performing autoethnography, collecting memories from the field"
Crystal Sands··11 min read
""Mourning (Unfinished)" is an essay about the way my experiences with farm animals helped me come to terms with a miscarriage."
Jessica Smartt Gullion and Jamie Covey··13 min read
"We began this autoethnographic essay thinking about the love the teachers have for their students."