Anne Brewster (2009), Beachcombing: A Fossicker’s Guide to Whiteness and Indigenous Sovereignty, in Hazel Smith and Roger Dean (eds) Practice-led Research, Research-led Practice in the Creative Arts. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press: 126–150.
Julianna Kirschner (2018), Mind and Matter: (Re)membering, Performing, and Being, in Stacy Holman Jones and Marc Pruyn (eds), Creative Selves / Creative Cultures: Critical Autoethnography, Performance, and Pedagogy. London: Palgrave: 93–100
Is Kirschner’s approach critical of autoethnography?
Does Brewster achieve a crossover between a practice-led and practice-based approach? (Hint: is she focused on the exploratory cultural meaning that exists in her narrative non-fiction as well as the processes required to achieve the production of a new cultural object: a publication?)
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