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The irony of an ‘international faculty’

Reflections on the diversity and inclusion discourse in predominantly White institutions in the United States

Chenyu Wang

), Autoethnography as Method ( New York : Routledge ). Chen , Y. ( 2014 ), ‘ “Are you an immigrant?” Identity-based critical reflections of teaching intercultural communication ’, New Directions for Teaching and Learning no. 138 : 5 – 16 . http

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Encounters with borders

A migrant academic's experiences of the visa regime in the Global North

Priya Dixit

-based analysis, specifically autoethnography and counter-storytelling inspired by critical race approaches, to illustrate and examine questions of power and inequalities in the visa application process. It is motivated by feminist scholarship on race and

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Andrew Dawson

personal nationalisms ( Cohen 1996 ), the relationship between national identities within oneself. In the manner of so much lockdown anthropology, this is an auto-ethnography ( Reed-Danahay 1997 ), which considers my experience of being an immigrant from

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Laughing with, Laughing at

Humour and Revolution in the 2019 Venice Pavilions of Chile and Egypt

Chrisoula Lionis and Alkisti Efthymiou

, participant observation, collaborative auto-ethnography ( Chang et al. 2016 ), and experience-based visual analysis to draw together a comparative study of our two cases. To trace a new framework for understanding humour as an aesthetic form that mediates

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Penny Welch and Susan Wright

students’ chances of employment. The second article is a collaborative autoethnography by Saran Stewart, Chayla Haynes and Kristin Deal about the doctoral programme in higher education they studied at the University of Denver. The programme had been

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Ward Keeler

of my fellow naked yogis, spiritually unaccomplished, still too invested in attachments to be able to attain true autonomy, which is to say, detachment. Autoethnography and Me I have tried to demonstrate in this article that my idiosyncratic

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Enacting inclusivity in the preparation of emerging scholars

A response to programme reform in higher education

Saran Stewart, Chayla Haynes, and Kristin Deal

practice of freedom’ ( Danowitz and Tuitt 2011: 49 )? We use collaborative autoethnography to share our experiences and revisit the article that inspired this study to engage in a dialogue with Professor Tuitt about our pursuit of education as the practice

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Andrew Dawson and Simone Dennis

that engage directly with informants ‘in the field’. However, and inevitably because of the conditions of lockdown faced by many of the contributors, a good many of the articles are auto-ethnographies, ‘netnographic’ studies ( Kozinets 1998 ), or

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Digital and Offline

Partial Fields and Knowledge Producers

Narmala Halstead

: Routledge . Strathern , Marilyn . 1987 . “ The Limits of Auto-Ethnography .” In Anthropology at Home , ed. Anthony Jackson , 16 – 37 . London : Tavistock . Strathern , Marilyn . 1999 . Property, Substance and Effect: Anthropological Essays on

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Haptic Mediations

Intergenerational Kinship in the Time of COVID-19

Bob Simpson

domain of mutuality, obligation and affect that we think of as kinship. In this article, I want to reflect on some of these implications for the practice and expression of intergenerational kinship relations. I do this by way of a brief exercise in auto-ethnography