In Sweetwater (2013), Robin M. Boylorn presents an intricate look at the lives of rural, Black women. The author weaves in her own story as she details the day-to-day struggles, negotiations and realities of living in a small town while being Black, poor, and female. This review attempts to provide praise for Boylorn’s work, while also offering critiques and further considerations.
Womanism, Narrative Inquiry, Qualitative Research, Autoethnography
I would like to acknowledge Dr. Kathy Roulston at the University of Georgia's College of Education for her continued commitment to teaching and mentoring.
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Cherry, S. (2015). Small Doses. The Qualitative Report, 20(10), 1626-1628. Retrieved from http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol20/iss10/6