Poetic autoethnography

“The power of autoethnography,” writes Ron Pelias (2021), lies in its ability as a “method for maneuvering your way through” (p. 100). In his book Lessons on aging and dying: A poetic autoethnography, published in the Writing lives: Ethnographic narrative series by Routledge, Pelias maneuvers through the complexities and uneasiness of aging and facing death. … Continue reading Poetic autoethnography