Date of Award
Morgridge College of Education, Research Methods and Statistics
Bruce Uhrmacher, Ph.D.
Auto-criticism, Doctoral programs, Assessment
This dissertation is an arts-based auto-criticism assessing the author's experience in her doctoral program. It is also perhaps the first dissertation elaborating on a method called auto-criticism, as derived from educational criticism and connoisseurship. The process of inquiry is rooted in arts-based methods of representation and theories of educational criticism and critical theory in the humanities. Philosophical approaches to artwork and the use of it in these methodologies was inspired by the independent arts practices of intuitive artists. The purpose of this project is for the author to develop, articulate, and create a sense of what auto-criticism entails in the social sciences and beyond. It is also to use arts-based inquiry to fully explore this method as it fits the author's perspective.
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Monica Fain Rezac
Received from ProQuest
Rezac, Monica Fain, "Surveying the Soul: Shaping Auto-Criticism with Reflective Arts-Based Inquiry to Assess a Female Doctoral Experience" (2019). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1611.