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Theorizing Fieldwork in the Humanities
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Theorizing Fieldwork in the Humanities

Methods, Reflections, and Approaches to the Global South
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ISBN-13:
9781349928361
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.01.2017
Seiten:
267
Autor:
Shalini Puri
Gewicht:
448 g
Format:
240x159x19 mm
Serie:
Progress in Mathematics
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

The first collection focused on humanities fieldwork in the global south
Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Contributors

1. Debra A. Castillo and Shalini Puri

Introduction: Conjectures on Undisciplined Research

Memory, Conflict, Contestation

2. Shalini Puri

Finding the Field: Notes on Caribbean Cultural Criticism, Area Studies, and the Forms of Engagement

3. Naminata Diabate Women's Naked Protest in Africa: Comparative Literature and its Futures

4. Kavita Panjabi

Aesthetics in the Making of History: The Tebhaga Women's Movement in Bengal



Place, Performance, Practices

5. Jennifer Lynn Kelly
Locating Palestine within American Studies: Transitory Field Sites and Borrowed Methods

6. Neil Doshi

Absent Performances: Distant Fieldwork on Social Movement Theater of Algeria and India


7. Tori Holmes

Ethical Dilemmas in Studying Blogging by Favela Residents in Brazil


8. Rashmi Sadana

Reading Delhi, Writing Delhi: An Ethnography of Literature



Medium and Form

9. Lara Putnam

Daily Life and Digital Reach: Place-Based Research and History's Transnational Turn

10. Renato Rosaldo

Lessons from the Space between Languages: Notes on Poetry and Ethnography


Institutions, Organizations, Collaborations



11. Stephanie Newell

Researching the Cultural Politics of Dirt in Urban Africa


12. Paul Youngquist

Accidental Histories: Fieldwork Among the Maroons of Jamaica


13. Debra A. Castillo

Engagement and Pedagogy: Traveling with Students in Chiapas, Mexico
This volume, the first of its kind, launches a conversation amongst humanities scholars doing fieldwork on the global south. It both offers indispensable tools and demonstrates the value of such work inside and outside of the academy. The contributors reflect upon their experiences of fieldwork, the methods they improvised, their dilemmas and insights, and the ways in which fieldwork shifted their frames of analysis. They explore how to make fieldwork legible to their disciplines and how fieldwork might extend the work of the humanities. The volume is for both those who are already deeply immersed in fieldwork in the humanities and those who are seeking ways to undertake it.