- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2016
- Palgrave Macmillan
- Buechler, Hans C./Nash, June C.
- XIII, 261 p.
- 216 x 140 x 18 mm
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- 1 Hardback
- 468 g
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This volume examines the importance of establishing egalitarian relationships in fieldwork, and acknowledging the impact these relationships have on scholarly findings and theories. The editors and their contributors investigate how globalization affects this relationship as scholars are increasingly involved in shared networks and are subject to the same socio-economic systems as locals. The editors argue for a processual approach that begins with an analysis of researchers' personal and professional backgrounds that inform the cooperative relationships they establish during fieldwork-often a long term process-in countries such as Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Brazil.
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June C. Nash is Distinguished Professor Emerita of Anthropology, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, USA. Hans C. Buechler is Professor of Anthropology at Syracuse University, USA.
1. Introduction; Hans Buechler and June Nash 2. Feminist Activist Research and Intercultural Dialogues; Rosalva Aida Hernandez 3. Interview with Luis Guillermo Vasco Uribe by Elisabeth Cunin; Guillermo Vasco Uribe and Elisabeth Cunin 4. Relocating the Contributions to Ethnography and Public Anthropology of Antonio Goubaud Carrera (1902-1951), Guatemala's First Official Indigenist; Abigail Adams 5. "Interconnected Positionalities": Foreigners and Foreign Experience in the Lives of Aymara Intellectuals; Hans Buechler 6. Collaborative Research on the U.S.-Mexico Border: Social Media, Activism and Impact of Scholarship; Jeremy Slack, Scott Whiteford, Sonia Bass Zavala, Daniel E. Martinez and Alison Elizabeth Lee 7. Collaborative Research Under Socialism; Helen I. Safa 8. Studying Workers in Crisis: Economic Crises in Sao Paulo, Brazil and Newark, N.J.; Simone Buechler 9. Ethnographic Immersions and Local Collaborations in the Study of Globalization and Environmental Change; Stephanie Buechler 10. Not Just Migrants: People on the Move in Rural Mexico; Frances Abrahamer Rothstein 11. Sufrimiento and Long-Term Ethnographic Engagement; Ann Miles 12. Ethnographic Exchanges in Global Spaces; June Nash