Challenging the critique of autoethnography as overly focused on the self, Tami Spry calls for a performative autoethnography that both unsettles the "I" and represents the Other with equal commitment. Expanding on her popular book Body, Paper, Stage, Spry uses a variety of examples, literary forms, and theoretical traditions to reframe this research method as transgressive, liberatory, and decolonizing for both self and Other. Her book
Introduction: Who Are “We” in Autoethnography?
Chapter One: The Inappropriate/d Other
Chapter Two: The Unsettled-I
Chapter Three: The Willful Embodiment of “We”: Embodying Utopian Performatives
Chapter Four: Utopian Reflexivities of Hope
Chapter Five: Performing Collaborations with Others: Group Performance of Autoethnography
Chapter Six: Willful Choices