Critical Anthropology Now
Unexpected Contexts, Shifting Constituencies, Changing Agendas
Edited by George E. Marcus
Building on the legacy of Writing Culture, Critical Anthropology Now vividly represents the changing nature of anthropological research practice, demonstrating how new and more complicated locations of research-from the boardrooms of multinational corporations to the chat rooms of the Internet-are giving rise to shifts in the character of fieldwork and fieldworker.
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“....a fascinating collection....effectively supplements debates originating with Writing Culture and should provide plenty of food for thought in a variety of fields.”
—Dr. K. Sivaramakrishnan, Anthropological Quarterly
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