Table of contents for Just who do we think we are? : methodologies for autobiography and self-study in teaching / edited by Claudia Mitchell, Sandra Weber and Kathleen O'Reilly-Scanlon.


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PART I
Self-study through memory and the body                     I I
2 The pedagogy of shoes: clothing and the body in self-study  13
SANDRA WEBER
3 Heavy fuel: memoire, autobiography and narrative        22
VICTORIA PERSEl LI
4 Drawings as a research tool for self-study: an embodied
method of exploring memories of childhood bullying      34
CATHERINE DERRY
PART 2
Self-study through literary and artistic inquiry           47
s5 he mon chrome frame: mural-making as a methodology
for understanding 'sef'                                 49
MAX BIDDULPH
6  sing pictures at an exhibition to explore my teachin practices  58
MARY LYN N HAMILTON
7 Self-study through an exploration of artful and artless experiences 69
LINDA SZ.ABAD-SMYTH
8 Apples of change: arts-based methodology as a poetic and visual
sixth sense                                               81
C.T. PATRICK DIAMOND AND CHRISTINE VAN HALEN FABER
9 Inquiry through poetry: the genesis of self-study          95
LYNN BUTLER-KISBER
10 Truth in fiction: seeing our rural seCIes                 11.
TONY KELLY
PART 3
Reflection, life history and self-study                     121
11 'It was good to find out why': teaching drama planning through
a self-study lens                                        123
INDA . L LANG
12 Speak for yoursel es: capturing the complexist of critical
reflection                                               131
XVICKI KUBLER LABOSKEY
13 Just where do I think 'm going?: working witfh marginalized
and disaffected youths and their self-study              142
KATHARINF CH11 DS
14 Pathlamp: a self-study guide for teacher reesearch        154
CAROL A. M\ULLEN AND WHILLAM1 A. KEALY
15 Teaching about teaching: the role of self-study           168
AMANDA BERRY AND JO)IHN LOu GHRAN
PART 4
(Re)positioning the self in and through se f-study        .    81
16 'The sand diaries: visions, vulnerability and self-study   183
\ ANASTASIA K,AMIANOS CAMELIN
17 A queer path across the straight furrows of my field: a series
of reflections                                             193
SMARY PHILLIPS MANKE
18 Self-study through narrative interpretation: probing lived
experiences of educational privilege                       206
SKATl HI EN PlT)HOUSi
19 'White fenacle teacher arrives in native community with trunk
and cat': using sef-study to investigate tales of traveling
white teachers                                             218
TER FSA sı RONG-WL ıLON
20 Starting with the self: reflexivity in studying women teachers'
ives in development                                       231
JACKIE KIRK



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Autobiography Authorship Study and teaching, Report writing Study and teaching, Self-perception Study and teaching, Self Study and teaching