This piece is intended to give you a sense of the ways in which I use Low-Fat Love in the classroom and why just using it makes the world a better place.
The lyrics of "World's Greatest Man" grapple with the paradoxes of participant-observation as well as the ambiguity of development work in Thailand.
I provide context by referencing theory and practice in narrative medicine and current literary criticism around trauma plots.
Laurel Richardson and U. Melissa Anyiwo···14 min read
Laurel Richardson and U. Melissa Anyiwo writes the introduction to this special issue celebrating Dr. Patricia Leavy’s work.
Patricia Leavy···11 min read
Writing fiction allows me to document reality and to reimagine it, just as we can always reimagine ourselves. And that is why we need stories.
Johanna Keene, Mellinee Lesley and Elizabeth Stewart···4 min read
“Entanglements of the Mind, Soul, and Body” details our journey as researchers utilizing narrative collage and collage portraits as a tool for data analysis.
Kayla Pica Williams···8 min read
Emerging Immigrant’s Accents is about how language impacts our self image as we come to understand ourselves and our cultural beings.
It recounts vignettes of my’s dad’s life, his final week, the deep bond with family and friends and the ease with which he let go of life.