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Autoethnography across cultures (panel)
  Chair: Phiona Stanley, UNSW Australia
Becoming-researcher: Autoethnography by a thousand little selves, David Bright, Monash University
Exploring upon my comings and goings between cultures and languages, Elizabeth Aguirre Armendáriz, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
Untangling Me, Gresilda Anne Tilley-Lubbs, Virginia Tech
Autoethnographic reflections on shifting crosscultural identities, power, and the ‘gringa gaze’: 21 years and/in/outside/of Lima, Peru, Phiona Stanley, UNSW Australia
Ancient wonders, modern blunders: An autoethnographic exploration of ‘the other’, Alice Brennan, UNSW Australia
Scene, Seen, Unseen, Fetaui Iosefo, University of Auckland

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    17 May 2017

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    Historic Funder (pre-Worktribe)


Stanley, P. (2017, May). Autoethnography across cultures (panel). Presented at 13th International Congress on Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois, US


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