The ethnographic self as resource : writing memory and experience into ethnography

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Full title: The ethnographic self as resource : writing memory and experience into ethnography / edited by Peter Collins and Anselma Gallinat.
Other authors: Collins, Peter
Gallinat, Anselma.
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • The ethnographic self as resource: an introduction /
  • Peter Collins and Anselma Gallinat
  • Playing the native card: the anthropologist as informant in Eastern Germany /
  • Anselma Gallinat
  • Foregrounding the self in fieldwork among rural women in Croatia /
  • Lynette Šikić-Mićanović
  • Some Reflections on the "enchantments" of village life, or whose story is this? /
  • Anne Kathrine Larsen
  • The ethics of participant observation: personal reflections on fieldwork in England /
  • Nigel Rapport
  • Ethnographers as language learners: from oblivion and towards an echo /
  • Alison Phipps
  • Leading questions and body memories: a case of phenomenology and physical ethnography in the dance interview /
  • Jonathan Skinner
  • Dualling memories: twinship and the disembodiment of identity /
  • Donna Lee Davis and Dorothy I. Davis
  • Remembering and the ethnography of children's sports /
  • Noel Dyck
  • Gardening in time: happiness and memory in American horticulture /
  • Jane Nadel-Klein
  • The role of serendipity and memory in experiencing fields /
  • Tamara Kohn
  • Serendipities, uncertainties and improvisations in movement and migration /
  • Vered Amit
  • On remembering and forgetting in writing and fieldwork /
  • Simon Coleman
  • The ethnographic self as resource? /
  • Peter Collins
  • Epilogue: what a story we anthropologists have to tell! /
  • James W. Fernandez.