“Editor Guillermo Gil reviews Renata Harden Ferdinand’s An Autoethnography of African American Motherhood: Things I Tell my Daughter.”
“In my interview with award-winning author Patricia Leavy on literary research, we also discuss her evolution from academic to novelist, her genre of “social fiction,” and her latest novels series, Celestial Bodies.”
“In “Becoming Multilingual,” part 2 of my column, “¡Aguacate! Bringing Up Bebe Bilingüe,” I use autoethnography as a writing approach to capture and represent the personal experiences of myself, a qualitative researcher, who has become the researched.”
“‘SEE ME, Windows to the Self of the Performer-Autoethnographer’ explores the question, ‘What can I learn about myself by making artwork as autoethnography’?
“I’m proud to announce that this week, on July 13, Rowman & Littlefield will traditionally publish my second book, Coping with Parental Death: Insights and Tips for Teenagers.”