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This autoethnographic piece presents a series of “feminist notes from the academy” collected and fashioned while watching the ordinary moments of life in a contemporary Australian university pass by. The affective and feminist works of Virginia Woolf and Kathleen Stewart locate this article...
Stigma is a powerful social construct that fluctuates, yet it can stay with a person for their entire life. When someone moves from a stigmatized to a socially acceptable position, it creates tension between their social and personal identity. This article examines how stigma is internalized and...
This article narrates the long journey we have traveled in our attempts to feel part of a community. Using collaborative autoethnography, we trace the labyrinths we have traversed, first in academia and then in Al-Anon. After years of trying to develop a sense of belonging within university life...
This autoethnographic place-based essay explores the ecological space the author grew up in the desert state of Gujarat, in western India.1 Simultaneously, it is also an exploration of the inner journey of discovery, joy, and belonging that a child enacts in discovering the outdoors, his...
In this critical meta-authoethnography, the author returns to the site of an ethnography she conducted five years before in a U.S. high school. JanCarlos, then a fifteen-year-old student, had taken up the position of interviewer and asked the author about her experience of the April 16, 2007,...
The manuscript, postmodern in content and form, presents a fragmented, looping narrative of the author’s experience watching 2001: A Space Odyssey contrasted against his, his university’s, and his students’ responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Separate discussions of the film, eras, ideas, and...
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