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Postcritical Ethnography Reinscribing Critique

ISBN-10: 1572734760
ISBN-13: 9781572734760
Edition: 2004
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Description: This collection of essays are on the cutting edge of contemporary ethnographic methods that are based in a critique of critical ethnography. It is based in the assumption that ethnography is the ultimate colonialist project and critical theory the  More...

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Book details

List price: $32.50
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Hampton Press, Incorporated
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 416
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.474
Language: English

This collection of essays are on the cutting edge of contemporary ethnographic methods that are based in a critique of critical ethnography. It is based in the assumption that ethnography is the ultimate colonialist project and critical theory the ultimate modernist project.

Series Prefacep. vii
Postcritical Ethnography: An Introductionp. 1
Constructing Possibilities
Grandma's Handsp. 55
Critical Theory, Critical Ethnography, Critical Conditions: Considerations of Postcritical Ethnographyp. 59
Promising Rhetoric for Postcritical Ethnographyp. 77
Postcritical Ethnography: Research as a Pedagogical Encounterp. 95
Time, Space, and Ethnography Without Proper Subjectsp. 107
Scripting 'Postcritical' Ethnography: A Derridean Writingp. 125
Mojado Crossing Along Neoliberal Borderlandsp. 155
Theorizing Position
Who Do I Represent?p. 183
Observing the Observerp. 187
Cracks in the Armor: The Unspoken Lives of White Privilegep. 189
Black Teachers on Black Teachers Teachingp. 215
Conversations as Bridgesp. 229
Hey, That's Me in That Ethnography!p. 239
De-Centering Whiteness: Personal Narratives of Racep. 247
The Value of Examined Lives: Data Re-Presenting and Critical Space in Research About First-Year Teachersp. 263
The big problem with changep. 281
Knowing Constructions
Tourist Dollarsp. 285
Sonnetsp. 287
Toward a Critical Social Narrative of Educationp. 293
Storytelling as Ethnographic Representationp. 307
Working Without A Net But With A Spotlight: Mothering in Povertyp. 319
Clues from the Classroom: The Hidden Curriculum of Placep. 351
Testing the Water: Could Ulmer's CATTt Be a [Post]Critical Ethnographic Methodology?p. 367
The Future of Postcritical Ethnography: A Case for Collective Actionp. 385
About the Contributorsp. 397
Author Index
Subject Index
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