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Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies December 2015; Vol. 15, No. 6


Submitted by syntaxfactory on February 9, 2016 - 5:54pm


Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies
December 2015; Vol. 15, No. 6
Articles
Reflexivity as Interpretation and Genealogy in Research
Wanda S. Pillow

We Are the Drama and the Drama Is in Us: A Long Road to (Self-) Discovery Through Researching and Teaching
Alejandra Martinez

Going Rich, Returning Poor: The Reproduction of Social Differences at 30,000 Feet of High
Aldo Merlino

Super Columbine Massacre RPG! and Grand Theft Autoethnography
Kurt Borchard

Research For/About/With the Community: A Montage
Cynthia Levine-Rasky

Performing Struggles With Food in Everyday Life
Maria Marta Andreatta

Being a Vegan: A Performative Autoethnography
Maria Marta Andreatta

“My Life Belongs to Me”: Exemplifications of Personal Agency in the Lives of Two African Refugees in Sicily
Michelle Reale

Living One Day Is Easy, Living a Life Is Hard: A Sudanese Refugee in Sicily
Michelle Reale

Diving Deep Into Oppositional Beliefs: Healing the Wounded Transnational, De/Colonizing Warrior Within
Kakali Bhattacharya

Submitted by peternelson (not verified) on November 21, 2016 - 4:27am.

Cultural Studies is another subject at Princeton College. The expository paper 4 college on this subject was my last straw to get the scholarship. If only I knew I could take the vegan topic...

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