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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Writing the Body
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'Autobiographical writing embodies a wide range of interdisciplinary actions not only from the perspective of the writing of the narrative but also for those reading it. Drawing on interdisciplinary studies when researching the personal gives a broader base on which to base the creative work and an understanding of its purpose. This article examines aspects of writing the self in memoir, such as memory, truth, embodiment and identity, drawing on work from a range of disciplines and conclude showing the effects that these interdisciplinary studies can have on our creative selves and our research.' (Publication abstract)

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