Critical Autoethnography: Intersecting Cultural Identities in Everyday Life is a groundbreaking collection in which Boylorn and Orbe expand the possibilities of qualitative inquiry by including 13 page-turning chapters that merge autoethnography with critical theory to situate lived experiences within larger systems of power. Throughout this review, I provide a brief overview of the collection, describe the strengths in terms of writing and organization, as well as critique the pragmatic potential. I conclude by describing how and why this collection is a valuable resource for those who practice qualitative methodology for the sake of social change.
Critical Autoethnography, Qualitative Inquiry, Social Change, Resistance
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Rennels, T. R. (2014). Expanding the Possibilities of Qualitative Inquiry: A Review of Critical Autoethnograpy: Intersecting Cultural Identities in Everyday Life. The Qualitative Report, 19(42), 1-2. Retrieved from http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol19/iss42/3