“The universe is made of stories, not of atoms” M. Rukeyser



autoethnography as a rigorous methodology and in doing so, legitimising its’ contribution to the wider practice, teaching and research communities.


the democracy of autoethnography by welcoming submissions from those interested in extending knowledge including but not restricted to academics, students, practitioners, and people who use services.


the role of autoethnography for the illumination of relationships of power within the field of health and social care and related areas such as education.

Journal of Autoethnography opens up spaces for special interest editions and welcomes ideas for issues and collaborations with guest editors.