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The Relevance of Ethnography Today

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The Relevance of Ethnography Today by George E Marcus
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Continuing the textual turn in ethnography that George E. Marcus initiated with his colleague and friend James Clifford, this essay opens up new vistas in the conduct of fieldwork and the role of collaboration in cultural production. Marcus finds inspiration in the recent innovations in participatory practices in contemporary art and the principles of co-design in architecture. His focus then turns back to his own discipline to interrogate the role that scholars play in the production of what he calls 'mini-publics'.
Release date NZ
October 1st, 2018
Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
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Pages
42
Dimensions
127x203x2
ISBN-13
9781922099174
Product ID
26797113

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