Others knowing others: perspectives on ethnographic careers
Nine senior cultural anthropologists present a composite portrait of anthropology since World War II, recounting how changes in the discipline have opened up new approaches and new problems and chronicling how they and the people they study have reacted to reformulations of self and other.
16 pages matching long-term field research in this book
Results 1-3 of 16
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Reflections of Fieldwork
Changes over Time in an African Culture and
6 other sections not shown
academic Afghan Afghanistan Afikpo African American anthro anthropological research Basin Basque Americans Basque Studies Program become Bidayuh Borneo career century complex course culture Current Anthropology Dayak discipline dwarfism dwarfs edited educational Elizabeth Colson ethnic ethnographic European experience field research fieldwork Fowler graduate Granada Television Grandma groups hand headhunting human Iban Igbo Indian informants intellectual interest interpret Islam issues Kabul Kabul University Kirghiz Kirghiz and Wakhi Kirghiz Khan knowledge language learned lives long-term field long-term research manual Melanau ment modern Muslim native anthropologist Nigeria one's Ottenberg Pakistan Pamirs past perspective political pologist present problems professional published region relation relationships Reno role Sarawak scholars Shahrani skulls social anthropology society Southern Paiute teaching tion traditional understanding University of Chicago University of Nevada University Press urban village Wakhi Warren d'Azevedo Western writing York
Documents of Life 2: An Invitation to A Critical Humanism, Volume 2
Limited preview - 2001
All Book Search results »
Interpreting Experience: The Narrative Study of Lives
Ruthellen Josselson,Amia Lieblich
No preview available - 1995