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Æ: Musings from the Editors All Autoethnographic Multimedia Reflections on Method Volume 2, Issue 3 (2022)

Performing Autoethnography at My Late Father’s Village

"I had not been aware that I was also performing autoethnography, collecting memories from the field together with the stories, knowledge, experience, and tangible materials which were crucial to the culture of the village. Unknowingly, the project had turned into an emotional process and a responsibility."
Photo of baby shoes by sebagee for Pixabay
All Autoethnographic Literary Nonfiction Autoethnographic Writing Special Issue 2022-23: Bodily Autonomy

Bodily Autonomy: A Fetus for a Fetus

LEARN MORE “Bodily Autonomy: A Fetus for a Fetus” explores the cultural issues of what it means to be a woman, and how these expectations surrounding our fertility limit and even exploit our personhood. My story shows the disconnect between a spoken standard that is supposed to embrace “all life” and the hypocrisy that our …
Painting of two women by Mary Cassat from Shelbourne Museum
All Autoethnographic Literary Fiction Features Volume 2, Issue 2 (2022)

Autoethnographic Literary Fiction: Processing Parental Grief, “The Sweater”

"Processing Parental Grief" As she started to tear up, the sweater instantly felt like her mother's arms wrapping around her. In that moment, Kathy realized she would never again be able to hide in that sweater while her mother was wearing it.