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Sept 22/23: Knowing through Anthropology
Kovats-Bernat, J. Christopher
2002 Negotiating Dangerous Fields: Pragmatic Strategies for Fieldwork amid Violence and Terror. American Anthropologist 104(1):208-222.
Oct 6/7: Knowing through Action
Miner – PDF available on Moodle under Assignment Information
1999 Globalization and Trinidad Carnival: Diaspora, Hybridity and Identity in Global Culture. Cultural Studies 13(4):661-690.
2000 Politics on the Pavement: Haitian Rara as a Traditionalizing Process. Journal of American Folklore 113(449):239-254.
Kates, Steven M., and Russell W. Belk
2001 The Meanings of Lesbian and Gay Pride Day. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 30(4):392-429.
Oct 20/21: Critical Thinking Problem: “Noble Savages”
Conklin, Beth A., and Laura R. Graham
1995 The Shifting Middle Ground: Amazonian Indians and Eco-Politics. American Anthropologist 97(4):695-710.
Nov 3/4: Subsistence and Exchange
1998 Women Vendors’ Work Histories in Port-au-Prince: What lessons can be learned for research and action? Environment and Urbanization 10(1):187-199.