Dilek Isler Hayirli·
Æ: Musings from the EditorsAllAutoethnographic MultimediaEducationReflections 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"
"This autoethnographic essay explores in a (hopefully) creative way ideas about social class in relation to my own negotiations of identity and upbringing in eastern Sydney, Australia."
Aliya Khan···42 min read
"Ami Tau Ami (I Am Who I Am), is a story about a mother letting go of her own dreams but passing it to her daughter, as my mother did for me."
Michelle Reale···18 min read
"Moving away from a beloved home at a tender age was traumatizing, in part, because that home was the only place in which I felt safe."
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."
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."
Nicole Brown···16 min read
"She has been so careful at work; she has had all of her shopping delivered for weeks, actually for months, now; she's even wiped down the items with bleach as they are delivered, and still does. How can this have happened?"