Collaborative Anthropologies 10:1-2

Collaborative Anthropologies 10:1-2

Edited by Charles R. Menzies
Guest edited by Caroline Gatt

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Table Of Contents

Vol. 10, No. 1-2 (Fall-Spring 2017-18)

Special Issue: Collaborative Knowing: Considering Onto/Epistemology in Collaboration
Introduction to the Special Issue
Caroline Gatt

Soil Fictions: Addressing Urban Soils between Art, Soil Ecology, and Anthropology
Germain Meulemans, Marine Legrand, Anaïs Tondeur, Yesenia Thibault-Picazo, and Alan Vergnes

On Reverie, Collaboration, and Recovery
Amanda Ravetz

Collaboration and Emergence: The Paradox of Presence and Surrender
Gey Pin Ang and Caroline Gatt

“I Would Prefer Not To”: Dilemmas in Collaboration
Cassis Kilian

On the Possibilities of Collaboration in the Valdés Peninsula: Fishers, Biologists, Anthropologists, and the Politics of Knowledge
Francesca Marin

“Don’t Write Bulls**t”: Working with Gwich’in in the Canadian North
Jan Peter Laurens Loovers

Working with and for Feminist Activists: Questions of Multipositionality, Contention, and Collaboration
Seda Saluk

Utilizing Local Epistemologies in Building a Framework for Indigenous/Non-Indigenous Collaboration
Matthew J. Lebrato

Narrating Disaster through Participatory Research: Perspectives from Post-Earthquake Nepal
Geoff Childs, Sienna Craig, Dubi Nanda Dhakal, Mark Donohue, and Kristine Hildebrandt