Marlen Harrison···1 min read
"Throughout 2022, The AutoEthnographer invites rolling submissions in any of our categories (writing, poetry, multimedia, video, performance, etc.) around the theme of "Climate Change"."
Stephanie Abraham···14 min read
"The words we use and how we say them are much more than sounds, they tell a story that gives us away, revealing a history about and behind us, a place and a people that we have come from."
Aliya Khan···22 min read
"My stories are meant to give women from Bangladesh a chance to show their strength and resilience. It is a way for me to try to connect with the rest of the world despite the differences in language and culture."
Katharyn Privett-Duren···8 min read
"A tree once taught me that those moments of ruin are only a pause, a passage really, on the way to something else."
Saurabh Anand···9 min read
I couldn't go to India for the past two years due to COVID-19 uncertainties and be with the rest of my family to help them navigate through this earth-shattering loss when they needed me the most, a sad reality of many international students.”
M. Soledad Caballero and Marlen Harrison···16 min read
"I’ve already resisted that scholarship is not creative and poetry is not part of my scholarly self. I think the idea of autoethnography allows for that cultural divide between the creative and academic to be really disrupted."
Æ: Musings from the EditorsAllAutoethnographic MultimediaEducationReflections on MethodVolume 2, Issue 1 (2022)··1 min read
"In this brief, animated autoethnography, I utilize the concept of a sociocultural third space to consider why evocative autoethnography can benefit from its own literary and arts journal."
AllAutoethnographic Literary FictionAutoethnographic PoetryAutoethnographic WritingVolume 2, Issue 1 (2022)··12 min read
"A woman alone doesn’t belong to any male power or protection sphere. She can be kidnapped into fears and dreams."