Experimental Collaborations (inbunden)
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Marcus, George E. (preface)/Pink, Sarah (afterword)
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Experimental Collaborations (inbunden)

Experimental Collaborations

Ethnography through Fieldwork Devices

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Anthropology has historically consolidated its ethnographic mode of knowledge production around participant observation: a social and epistemic situation of fieldwork involvement maintaining a certain detachment and distance. Grounded in a series of diverse ethnographic projects in Africa, America and Europe, experimental collaboration expands our ethnographic repertoire of fieldwork devices beyond participant observation: fieldwork is carried out in collaboration with our counterparts in the field, creating an ethnographic mode whose epistemic practice is experimental and whose social engagement in the field is collaborative.
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"This volume... represents a very serious, worthwhile and successful effort to bring together new works on ethnographic field methods... It will be of relevance to all practicing anthropologists, regardless of their subdiscipline, area of geographical interest, or current career position." * David O'Kane, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle/Saale, Germany

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Tomas Sanchez-Criado, Lecturer in Social Sciences at Open University of Catalonia, Barcelona, is a social anthropologist with specialization in STS, working on the material politics of personal and urban care infrastructures.Adolfo Estalella is an anthropologist affiliated to the Spanish Research Council (CSIC) in Barcelona. His research focuses on the emergence of epistemic cultures in the city.


List of ContributorsList of IllustrationsAcknowledgementsPreface: Collaboration Mode 3: A Found Condition of Anthropological Field Research Today... and What Might Be Made of ItGeorge E. MarcusIntroduction: Experimental CollaborationsTomas Sanchez Criado and Adolfo EstalellaChapter 1. Experimenting with Data: 'Collaboration' as Method and Practice in an Interdisciplinary Public Health ProjectEmma GarnettChapter 2. The 'Research Traineeship': The Ups and Downs of Para-siting EthnographyMaria SchillerChapter 3. Finding One's Rhythm: A 'Tour de Force' of Fieldwork on the Road with a BandAnna Lisa RamellaChapter 4. Idiotic Encounters: Experimenting with Collaborations Between Ethnography and DesignAndrea GasparChapter 5. Fieldwork as Interface: Digital Technologies, Moral Worlds and Zones of EncounterKaren WaltorpChapter 6. Thrown into Collaboration: An Ethnography of Transcript AuthorizationAlexandra Kasatkina, Zinaida Vasilyeva, and Roman KhandozhkoChapter 7. A Cultural Cyclotron: Ethnography, Art Experiments, and a Challenge of Moving Towards the Collaborative in Rural PolandTomasz RakowskiChapter 8. Making Fieldwork Public: Repurposing Ethnography as a Hosting Platform in Hackney Wick, LondonIsaac Marrero-GuillamonAfterword: Refiguring Collaboration and ExperimentationSarah Pink