Ethnographically Speaking: Autoethnography, Literature, and Aesthetics
This volume presents the latest explorations of the literary turn in ethnographic work by many of the leading people in the area. Centering on autoethnography, personal narrative, ethnographic performance, and the blending of social science and the arts, the articles collected here emphasize embodiment, experiential understanding, participatory ways of knowing, sensuous engagement, and intimate encounter. Drawing from disciplines as diverse as sociology, philosophy, performance studies, communication, family therapy, and English, the authors here demonstrate the many ways in which ethnography can be effectively conducted and expressed. The editors weave narrative and conversations surrounding the conference from which these pieces emerged into a reflexive volume which includes poetry, stories, theatre, and visual media as well as critical pieces. Accessible and jargon free, this book should excite scholars and students as to the expanding possibilities for ethnographic presentation.
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Torch Singing As Autoethnography
Articulation of an Approach to Research Based Theater
Breaking Habits and Cultivating Home
VULNERABILITY IDENTITY AND NARRATIVE
The Therapeutic Value of Narrative Reframing
Autoethnography Therapy and the Telling of lives
Pygmalion and Galatea at the University
Toward a Polyphonic Narrative of the MotherDaughter Relationship
Autoethnography Hybridity and Aesthetics
Juggling life in the Grip of the Text
If the Color Changes 19961997
BETWEEN LITERATURE AND ETHNOGRAPHY
Reflections on a Fictional Ethnography
Breathing Life into Work
Publish and Perish?
Reflections from a Mom with a Notepad
Healing and Connecting
A Story of Sexual Identity Transformation
Rebirthing Border Crossings
Autoethnography Selfindulgence or Something More?
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