The Journal of Autoethnography (JoAE) is 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 highlights innovative applications of autoethnography. JoAE also features reviews of books and media relevant to autoethnographic research and practice. JoAE is published quarterly in an online-only format.
Award-winning articles from Journal of Autoethnography:
Tasha R. Dunn ; W. Benjamin Myers
Winner of the 2021 Outstanding Article in Autoethnography Award from the Central States Communication Association Performance Studies and Autoethnography Interest Group
Winner of an Outstanding Scholarship Award from the the Central States Communication Association Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Interest Group
Winner of the 2020 Journal of Autoethnography Article of the Year Award from the International Association of Autoethnography and Narrative Inquiry