Seeing autoethnograpy

September 19, 2016 2

Once I started blogging, I found myself becoming more aware of bloggable moments. I saw blog posts in the things that I do every day. […]

Window Shopping

September 18, 2016 0

I stepped on the stage with a little wobble. My stomach was churning. The audience of over 200 people sat there waiting for me to […]

How do you ‘perform’ a blog?

September 6, 2016 0

I’m starting to write my first chapter for my dissertation (yay), but also I’m preparing to give a presentation at a conference. My first chapter […]

The News

August 27, 2016 0

Bumping and screeching, the plane finally lands.  I’m operating on very little sleep. I’m exhausted and hungry. I turn on my phone. I try to text […]

Transcription as deep listening

August 13, 2016 0

By Rebecca J. Hogue, Helen DeWaard, and Britni Brown O’Donnell This post was originally published on VirtuallyConnecting.org. [Helen] As a Virtually Connecting virtual buddy I’ve […]

Tears of fear

August 11, 2016 0

I scan over the document that she hands me, and immediately my eyes fixate on one word malignant. An uncontrollable wave of emotion hits me. […]

Auto – Ethno – Graphy

August 10, 2016 0

Autoethnography is a research method that foregrounds the researcher’s personal experience (auto) as it is embedded within, and informed by, cultural identities and con/texts (ethno) […]

Do I need a new voice?

August 7, 2016 1

I’ve been reading about autoethnography and wishing I had the skill to write dialogue well. It has never been my strong point because I have […]

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