is an essay about the way technology can intrude and obscure what may be our most important human experiences
Narrating Estrangement is written by those who have decided to distance themselves from, or have been driven out by, their families.
Annie B. Shapero···5 min read
"My parents drank wine with dinner every night. There’s nothing remarkable about that, but to a kid growing up in Mid-Missouri it was weird."
Joel Peckham, JR.···6 min read
The Ultimate Wave: Prose Poetry of the Pandemic and Parents Author’s Memo “The Wave” examines the problem of pleasure and...
Zsofia Czako, Walter Burgess and Marietta Morry···14 min read
In the autoethnographic "Spinach Lasagna", the narrator joins a family of southern Italians and learns that grieving is cultural.
Dilek Isler Hayirli·
All ContentAutoethnographic MultimediaEducationFrom the EditorsReflections 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"