How does personal narrative fit into autoethnography? Does it make for productive research, and if so, what does it produce? By looking at the writing, telling, sharing and interpretation of stories through different modes of analysis, Sophie Tamas examines the place of creative and personal writing in autoethnography, interweaved with her own experience and narrative output. Students are encouraged to produce their own stories, and to analyse the place of writing and personal narrative in their own research.
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