Bilingual and Literacy Studies Faculty Publications and Presentations
Unchoreographed Dance: Trust and Venture into Vulnerability—Building a Plural, Organic, and Recursive Collective
In this autoethnography, we—four Hispanic Serving Institution colleagues at the USA–Mexican frontera—share our process of building a collective where a plural, organic, vulnerable, and recursive space was created. In this space, through readings, conversations, feedings, discussions, and memories, un/anticipated stories emerge…in our unchoreographed writings, we whirl, twirl, collide, and craft our collective space, which was at once chaotic, cathartic, and sustaining.
Miryam Espinosa-Dulanto, Eunice Lerma, Karin A. Lewis, Vejoya Viren; Unchoreographed Dance: Trust and Venture into Vulnerability—Building a Plural, Organic, and Recursive Collective. Journal of Autoethnography 1 January 2023; 4 (1): 74–86. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/joae.2023.4.1.74
Journal of Autoethnography
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Original published version available at https://doi.org/10.1525/joae.2023.4.1.74