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Questions of Culture in Autoethnography
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Chapter 1. On the difficulties of writing about culture in autoethnography Phiona Stanley & Greg Vass

Chapter 2. "Help me": The English language and a voice from a Korean Australian living in Singapore Hyejeong Ahn

Chapter 3. Personal instructions on how to remain a stranger to enforce a sociological perspective Silvia Benard Calva

Chapter 4. Writing flows: The self as fragmentary whole David Bright

Chapter 5. Searching for `my' Mexico: An autoethnographic account of unlearning and relearning about the limits of knowing the Other Alice Cranney

Chapter 6. Negotiating the va: The `self' in relation to others and navigating the multiple spaces as a New Zealand-raised Tongan male David Fa'avae

Chapter 7. Scene, seen, unseen Fetaui Iosefo

Chapter 8. How do `we' know what `they' need? Learning together through duoethnography and English language teaching to immigrant and refugee women Ulrike Najar & Julie Choi

Chapter 9. Performing problematic privilege in Japan Gabrielle Piggin

Chapter 10. Nuanced "culture shock": Local and global "mate" culture Robert E. Rinehart

Chapter 11. In which I am sung to, cry, and other suchlike: Reflections on research in and with Tibetan refugees in India Harmony Siganporia

Chapter 12. Walking to heal or walking to heel? Contesting cultural narratives about fat women who hike and camp alone Phiona Stanley

Chapter 13. Reading Shiva Naipaul: A reflection on Brownness and leading an experiential learning project in Malawi C. Darius Stonebanks

Chapter 14. Untangling me: Complexifying cultural identity Gresilda A. Tilley-Lubbs

Chapter 15. Whose story is it anyway? Reflecting on a collaborative research project with/in an educational community Greg Vass, Michelle Bishop, Katherine Thompson, Pauline Beller, Calita Murray, Jane Tovey & Maxine Ryan

Chapter 16. Six tales of a visit to Chile: An autoethnographic reflection on `questions of culture' Esther Fitzpatrick

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About the Author

Phiona Stanley and Greg Vass (UNSW Sydney, School of Education) are critical, qualitative researchers working on various aspects of interculturality. They have each worked in various countries and have published and supervised doctoral students in international education, Indigenous education, and language education.

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