"I see myself as someone whose organic inquiry and teaching are shaped by radical love, and I am willing to let myself be changed by my students."
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.
Editor Guillermo Gil's latest book review - The Autofictional: Approaches, Affordances, Forms - explores definitions and uses of autofictional writing.
Odessa Ogo, Antony Kaminju, Shanita Mitchell, Jacob Meadows, Jessica Smartt Gullion, Nadine Khair, William Doan and Marlen Harrison···6 min read
"When I review evocative autoethnography I look for that layer in the contribution that will entertain and connect to a cultural issue."
Olivia M. Ojeda···5 min read
"I have personally been that teenager, marking down “white” on a school application, hesitating to answer when an Anglo-American asked me “what are you?”, and leaving those experiences with a deeper sense of displacement."
The AutoEthnographer is excited to announce its new Call for Submissions, 2023 Special Issue: “Laughter”
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.
David Jenkins···6 min read
This piece situates me in a set of sour in-laws relationships that also involved the legal system and it is in the form of autoethnography.
This work addresses the issue of young women being underserved as health care patients, specifically through the lens of medical gaslighting.