The Journal of Autoethnography (JoAE) will launch in 2020 with the University of California Press. JoAE will be a refereed, international, and interdisciplinary journal devoted to the purposes, practices, and principles of autoethnography. JoAE publishes scholarship that foregrounds autoethnography as a method of inquiry; highlights themes and issues of past and contemporary autoethnographic research; discusses theoretical, ethical, and pedagogical issues in autoethnography; identifies future directions for autoethnography; and/or highlights innovative applications of autoethnography. JoAE also features reviews of books and media relevant to autoethnographic research and practice.
The journal will be edited by Tony E. Adams and Andrew F. Herrmann.
Submissions for the journal’s inaugural volume are now open. Please review the author guidelines prior to making your submission. The guidelines can be found here:
Direct all editorial inquiries to JOAE_editorial@ucpress.edu.