This is one of my favorite authethnographies. Senghor tells us how he became incarcerated, but in the context of his family, his childhood, and his environment. Below I did a little Mind Map of Senghor’s book. What do you think? Can we distill the reasons he engaged in a life of crime into one or … [Read more…]
How does this dual autoethnography provide insight into the journey of women into a new occupational field? Is it useful for a general audience? Chapters 6 and 7 were assigned to give you a different format to look at. Were they helpful or confusing?
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Dear Students: I am excited to begin this semester in this new course. This semester we will learn how the personal becomes the political. We will discover how to make sense of a moment, an event, or a period of our lives in the context of community–family, neighborhood, city, state, nation, and global. Autoethnography is … [Read more…]