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Rachelle Annechino
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stefano pontiggia
Are there any ethnographic accounts about Tunisia? It doesn't matter the publication date
Rachelle Annechino
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diana buja
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Jenna Burrell
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Rachelle Annechino
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Sam Ladner
Hey Folks, I just gave this group a call-out from the EPIC2012 Fieldguide. I bet you could convince some new peeps to join the Ethnography Book Club!
tricia wang
tricia wang whoops Sam just saw this!
thanks SOOO MUCH you are awesome!
3rd January
Heather Ford
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Dirk vom Lehn
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Sam Ladner
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Constanza Miranda
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Constanza Miranda
Constanza Miranda This is a modern ethnography that I have enjoyed as a model for sub-cultures in modern times...
3rd July
Sam Ladner
Sam Ladner Agreed! it's really very good.
3rd July
Jenna Burrell
What makes something ethnographic? Well worth reading:
http://savageminds.org/2012/05/31/what-makes-something-ethnographic/
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tricia wang
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Heather Ford
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Heather Ford
Wonderful to see so many amazing folks joining this group!
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tricia wang
I just had a phone chat with Jenna, and we were thinking that we could use this goup first as a database of ethnographic monoraphs. And we're thinking books only! Then we are hoping that everyone can add proper tags to the books so they can be searchable. And during this summer, a few of us will first experiment with mini-reading groups and then open it up to the group once we figure out the best way to organize virtual reading groups! We're very excited to see this list grow!
tricia wang
I just added Margery Wolf's Thrice Told Tale - it's one of my most favorite yet unkown ethnographic monogrpahs- She writes about her few years of fieldwork in 1 fieldisite in 3 different ways. And one of the pieces is a fictionalized take on her fieldwork - super coooool So it's amazing to see how one piece of ethnographic work can take on 3 different voices just simply through different writing styles.
Mary Anne Farrell
Great idea! Thank you Heather!
elizabeth rainey
researching poetry and narrative in UAE
rebekah c
Brilliant idea to start this group and thanks for the invitation.

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