Collaborative Anthropologies 03:1

Collaborative Anthropologies 03:1

Edited by Luke Eric Lassiter and Samuel R. Cook

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Table Of Contents

Editors' Introduction

Discussions and Applications of Engaged Scholarship, Collaborative Ethnography in North Carolina

Models of Engaged Scholarship: An Interdisciplinary Discussion
Dorothy Holland, Dana E. Powell, Eugenia Eng, and Georgina Drew

Documenting Traditions and the Ethnographic Double Bind
Martha King

Ethnography-as-Activism: Student Experiments, Dilemmas from the Field

Experiments in Engaged Anthropology
Stuart Kirsch

Of Camels and "Ca-mail": Engaging Complex Representations of Bedouins in Activism
Emily McKee

Imagining Interventions: Coexistence from Below and the Ethnographic Project
Regev Nathansohn

The Unintentional Activist: Questions of Action, Activism, and Accountability
Elana Resnick

Of Contract and Camaraderie: Thoughts on What Relationships in the Field Could Be
John Mathias

"Gadžology" as Activism: What I Would Have Ethnography Do for East European Roma
Heather Tidrick

Collaborative Media Production and Antropología Comprometida
Katherine Fultz

"Don't Forget Me": Cultivating a Politics of Trust with Agricultural Workers in the Hinterlands of Northeast Argentina
Jennifer S. Bowles

Book Reviews

Sally Cole, comp. and ed. Rainy River Lives: Stories Told by Maggie Wilson
Jennifer S. H. Brown

Richard Price. Travels with Tooy: History, Memory, and the African American Imagination
Karen McComas

Lynda V. Mapes. Breaking Ground: The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe and the Unearthing of Tse-whit-zen Village
Colleen E. Boyd

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