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Informed Consent Statement for Readers of This Column

Alexandra Frankel , April 17th, 2019


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Explaining Ethnography in the Field: A Conversation between Pasang Yangjee Sherpa and Carole McGranahan

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…


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Explaining Ethnography in the Field: A Conversation between Pasang Yangjee Sherpa and Carole McGranahan

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…


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The Anthropologist’s Disclaimer

sydneyyeager , September 23rd, 2015


Many people I meet, even people I talk to on a regular basis, do not have background knowledge of anthropology, and I think that is fairly typical. Anthropology…


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Verklempt: Historically Informed Digital Ethnography

Joseph Reagle , June 10th, 2014


I’m not one to speak about theory and method in the abstract. But when I am asked about my method, I typically respond that I use historically informed…


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