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050 00 GN50.8|b.A58 2020 
082 04 599.9|223 
082 04 301|223 
245 00 Anthropology inside out :|bfieldworkers taking notes /
       |cedited by Astrid Oberborbeck Andersen [and five others] 
264  1 Canon Pyon :|bSean Kingston Publishing,|c2020 
300    vii, 227 pages :|billustrations (some color) ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
520 8  Fieldworkers' notebooks are full of sensations and 
       observations in which the subjectivity of the ethnographer
       seeps through. Not really science. Much closer to life. 
       Yet in classical anthropology they are invisible to the 
       reader. In this book the focus is reversed, turning 
       Anthropology Inside Out as it explores the vibrant 
       backstage life of field notes. What happens when we put 
       them centre stage? Aimed at both curious novice and 
       experienced practitioner, the chapters read as a catalogue
       of experimental practices teetering on the edge of the 
       tradition: intuitively observational drawings; notes 
       pervaded with paranoia; collective notetaking;crisis-
       ridden personal confessions; layers of notes in 
       photographs and archives; old flip-flops that trigger 
       memories in mind and body. This exploration of what field 
       notes are, can do and could be, concludes with a 
       constellation of shimmering notes on notes from Michael 
       Taussig, a meta-commentary on anthropologists' fetishistic
       relationship with the most personal of professional tools 
650  0 Physical anthropology|xFieldwork 
650  0 Anthropology 
700 1  Andersen, Astrid Oberborbeck,|eeditor 
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