I use autoethnography to provide first-hand observations in the predominantly conservative English classroom as a way to analyze and understand a rise in toxic masculinity and its detrimental impacts.
Lina Fe Simoy···3 min read
In the women’s history month, The AutoEthnographer supported "Her Story Leads: Amplifying Women’s voices through digital storytelling".
All ContentAutoethnographic EssaysAutoethnographic PoetryEducationFrom the EditorsVolume 3, Issue 2 (2023)··4 min read
A tsunami of words, images, learned and pushed feelings and thoughts go through us every day. Poetry is a way to find our own voice.
I introduce artistic autoethnography and how the term a/r/tifact opens up the imagination to the possibilities of autoethnographic artmaking.
Students at any age or level can be nominated for our student scholarships which come with an opportunity to join our editorial board!
Marlen Harrison, Odessa Ogo, Shanita Mitchell, Dilek Isler Hayirli, Sandra L. Faulkner, Jessica Smartt Gullion, Jacob Meadows, Nadine Khair and Lina Fe Simoy···7 min read
This video explores how editors have developed their approach to reviewing creative autoethnography and highlights strategies for contributors.
Marlen Harrison, Sandra L. Faulkner, Jessica Smartt Gullion, Nadine Khair, Lina Fe Simoy, Dilek Isler Hayirli and Ulla-Maija Matikainen···14 min read
What is autoethnography? The AutoEthnographer's international team of editors offer definitions & suggested readings.
Dilek Isler Hayirli·
All ContentAutoethnographic MultimediaEducationFrom the EditorsReflections on MethodVolume 2, Issue 3 (2022)··13 min read
"I had not been aware that this emotional research was also performing autoethnography, collecting memories from the field"
Patricia Leavy and Marlen Harrison···10 min read
"In our latest chat, Patricia Leavy discusses the evolution of the self-coined social fiction genre and offers a sneak peek at her latest publication, Film Blue."
Jessica Smartt Gullion···5 min read
"One way to reach broader audiences is to embrace creative nonfiction and use storytelling as academic writing."
"Autoethnography and culture: Embodied inquiry is not a formula, or methodology, but a way of being, being open to the body as a source of knowledge, wonder, difficulty, fragility and utter joy."