Ghassan Moussawi, Assistant Professor of Gender and Women's Studies, and Sociology, has recently published Bad Feelings: On Trauma, Nonlinear Time, and Accidental Encounters in “the Field” just got published in this issue of Departures in Critical Qualitative Research. Professor Moussawi stated that the essay described, “ 'bad feelings' in the field and the research process. Combining autoethnography with feminist and queer methods, I counter the stigma around trauma and feelings of shame and fear in research. I ask what happens when the researcher experiences bad feelings that recall past lived trauma, and that challenge their sense of safety and security."
The full article can be found here: https://online.ucpress.edu/dcqr/article-abstract/10/1/78/116471/Bad-FeelingsOn-Trauma-Nonlinear-Time-and?redirectedFrom=fulltext.