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QualLab Lunch: Centering Black Women in Research: A Black Feminist Autoethnography Journey
As a theory and method, Black women's experiences have long been included in literature. Still, others continue to dispute its applicability, particularly in social science, from a methodological standpoint. In this conversation, Dr. Kaleb Briscoe, Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership at Mississippi State University, will explain why methodologists should center Black women's experiences in the research process, including the current tensions and realities that arise when employing Black feminist autoethnography. In addition, this presentation will provide recommendations for individuals who seek to implement Black women's autoethnography in their scholarship.