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The Familiar Strange , September 12th, 2021
Himalayan travelogues are full of stories. For the most part, those stories fall into a specific genre, one that I tend to refer to as “my magical adventure…
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The Familiar Strange , May 24th, 2020
Anthropologists sometimes study sensitive topics and it is therefore not uncommon for ethnographic work to attract serious criticism along such lines. In a recent social media thread, I…
The Familiar Strange , June 2nd, 2019
Neither the Fulbright Commission overseeing my work nor the US Embassy in Kathmandu could contact me and, in the interim, the three other visitors to Mustang had all…
jeremy schmidt , March 8th, 2019
This is a great looking new title from Karine Gagné at the University of Guelph. Available here from University of Washington Press, where the blurb below is also…
Carole McGranahan , September 25th, 2017
What is ethnography? In anthropology, ethnography is both something to know and a way of knowing. It is an orientation or epistemology, a type of writing, and also…
Alma Gottlieb , March 20th, 2017
Adrie Kusserow is one of an increasing number of anthropologist-poets. Or maybe more anthropologist-poets are just willing to come out of hiding. Either way, I was delighted to…