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Vol. 40, Nos. 1-2.                ISSN 0384-5028                   Fall 2012

In this issue: Guest Editors Cecile Badenhorst, Heather McLeod, and Rhonda Joy


Becoming a Researcher: Stories of Self

Cecile Badenhorst, Heather McLeod, and Rhonda Joy


Kate Bride: Academic and Friend


Lost dogs and forgotten towns: Reclaiming the narrative self through research

John Hoben


Journeying back: understanding, reclamation, and recovery through research with Indigenous people

Maura Hanrahan


When animals tell stories

Gisela Ruebsaat


This white woman has journeyed far: Serendipity, counter stories, hauntings, and ekphrasis as a type of poetic inquiry

Margot Maddison-MacFadyen


Do we still have small schools?

Dennis Mulcahy


The tale of the pink slip

Judith Martin


Translated Lives

Elizabeth Yeoman


Bare: A conscious choice as a researcher

Sarah Pickett


Certainty, chaos and becoming

Cecile Badenhorst


Perspectives on discovery

Cecilia Moloney


Narratives of becoming a researcher: A realistic, idealistic, and self-nourishing journey

Xuemei Li


Using metaphor and poetry to portray the process of becoming a researcher

Gabrielle Young


Becoming an arts-based educational researcher (unfinished)

Heather McLeod



Dorothy Vaandering


Empowering children's voices through the narrative of drawings

Anne Burke


Reflections on becoming a researcher

Heather White


On becoming a researcher: a kaleidoscope of life

Rhonda Joy


In competition: a narrative of a young scholar

Sharon Penney


From staff member to student to part-time researcher?

Shawn Pendergast


An autoentnography exercise

Nathalie Pender