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Nevertheless, She Persisted: An Autoethnography of a Fulbright Grantee at UGA

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By the means of a feminist autoethnographic method, this material is based on the written reflections of a Ph.D. candidate, beneficiary of a Fulbright research grant. Manifold tensions are toured, in search of the student’s own feminist identity and life purpose, negotiating her relationship with research, embracing mentorship, and the role of Fulbright in her ….  Read More