Introduction to “Ethnographer as Activist”

Introduction to “Ethnographer as Activist”

Haley Bryant and Emily Cain
Grappling with Ethnography and Advocacy in the Field What follows is a transcribed conversation between the authors. It has been edited for
Engagements with Ethnographic Care

Engagements with Ethnographic Care

Emma Louise Backe
On care and self-care as an anthropologist and rape crisis advocate. I came to my work with survivors of sexual violence, initially, out of
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On Not Being Seen

On Not Being Seen

Chloe Ahmann
Visibility in the field can be fraught with methodological and ethical dilemmas. “Go ahead inside. I need to get a few things from the tru
A Nuclear Advocacy Dilemma

A Nuclear Advocacy Dilemma

Hugh Gusterson
Advocacy anthropology does not always mean aligning oneself with an underdog. Since the establishment of our discipline, anthropologists hav
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Writing and Research in a Conflict Zone

Writing and Research in a Conflict Zone

Scott Ross
For the activist-scholar research can mean navigating between different audiences, modes, and ethics of representation. When the Kony 2012 v
Awkward Objects of Genocide

Awkward Objects of Genocide

Erica Lehrer, Roma Sendyka, Magdalena Zych, Wojciech Wilczyk, Diana Marsh
The Holocaust and Vernacular Arts in and beyond Polish Ethnographic Museums   Eastern Europe witnessed 14 million deaths in a period of
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Reproductive Travelers

Reproductive Travelers

Amy Speier
Examining the migratory pathways of a global reproductive industry.   We’ve joined forces with AAA’s latest public education initia
Racialization, Affect, and Refuge

Racialization, Affect, and Refuge

Michelle Munyikwa
How do we begin to grapple with the racialization of empathy? How do we capture, both ethnographically and politically, the differential all
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Introduction to “Ethnographer as Activist”

Introduction to “Ethnographer as Activist”

Haley Bryant and Emily Cain
Grappling with Ethnography and Advocacy in the Field What follows is a transcribed conversation between the authors. It has been edited for
Engagements with Ethnographic Care

Engagements with Ethnographic Care

Emma Louise Backe
On care and self-care as an anthropologist and rape crisis advocate. I came to my work with survivors of sexual violence, initially, out of
-
On Not Being Seen

On Not Being Seen

Chloe Ahmann
Visibility in the field can be fraught with methodological and ethical dilemmas. “Go ahead inside. I need to get a few things from the tru
A Nuclear Advocacy Dilemma

A Nuclear Advocacy Dilemma

Hugh Gusterson
Advocacy anthropology does not always mean aligning oneself with an underdog. Since the establishment of our discipline, anthropologists hav
-
Writing and Research in a Conflict Zone

Writing and Research in a Conflict Zone

Scott Ross
For the activist-scholar research can mean navigating between different audiences, modes, and ethics of representation. When the Kony 2012 v
Awkward Objects of Genocide

Awkward Objects of Genocide

Erica Lehrer, Roma Sendyka, Magdalena Zych, Wojciech Wilczyk, Diana Marsh
The Holocaust and Vernacular Arts in and beyond Polish Ethnographic Museums   Eastern Europe witnessed 14 million deaths in a period of
-
Reproductive Travelers

Reproductive Travelers

Amy Speier
Examining the migratory pathways of a global reproductive industry.   We’ve joined forces with AAA’s latest public education initia
Racialization, Affect, and Refuge

Racialization, Affect, and Refuge

Michelle Munyikwa
How do we begin to grapple with the racialization of empathy? How do we capture, both ethnographically and politically, the differential all
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