Fieldwork Is Not What It Used to Be Learning Anthropology's Method in a Time of Transition
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Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Publication date: 4/30/2009
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
George E. Marcus is professor of political science at Williams College.
|Foreword: Renewable Ethnography|
|Introduction: Notes toward an Ethnographic Memoir of Supervising Graduate Research through Anthropology's Decades of Transformation|
|Appendix: A Note on the Literature Relating to Fieldwork and Ethnography|
|Reflections On First Fieldwork and After|
|Ethnographic Remnants: Range and Limits of the Social Method|
|On the Ethics of Unusable Data|
|Caught! The Predicaments of Ethnography in Collaboration|
|The Dracula Ballet: A Tale of Fieldwork in Politics|
|The "Work" of Ethnographic Fieldwork|
|On The Ethics of Being an Anthropologist (Now)|
|The Ethics of Fieldwork as an Ethics of Connectivity, or The Good Anthropologist (Isn't What She Used to Be)|
|Teaching Fieldwork that is Not What It Used to Be|
|Figuring Out Ethnography|
|Questioning a Text|
|Collaboration, Coordination, and Composition: Fieldwork after the Internet|