Title Theorizing fieldwork in the humanities : methods, reflections, and approaches to the global south / Shalini Puri, Debra A. Castillo, editors.
Published New York : Palgrave Macmillan, [2016]
Detail xiii, 267 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Added Author Castillo, Debra A
  Puri, Shalini
  Castillo, Debra A. Introduction :Conjectures on Undisciplined Research
  Puri, Shalini. Introduction :Conjectures on Undisciplined Research
  Puri, Shalini. Finding the Field :Notes on Caribbean Cultural Criticism, Area Studies, and the Forms of Engagement
  Diabate, Naminata. Women's Naked Protest in Africa :Comparative Literature and its Futures
  Panjabi, Kavita. Aesthetics in the Making of History :The Tebhaga Women's Movement in Bengal
  Kelly, Jennifer Lynn. Locating Paletine Within American Studies :Transitory Field Sites and Borrowed Methods
  Doshi, Neil. Absent Performances :Distant Fieldwork on Social Movement Theater of Algria and India
  Holmes, Tori. Ethical Dilemmas in Studying Blogging by Favela Residents in Brazil
  Sadana, Rashmi. Reading Delhi, Writing Delhi :An Ethnography of Literature
  Putnam, Lara. Daily Life and Digital Reach :Place-based Research and History's Transnational Turn
  Rosaldo, Renato. Lessons from the Space Between Languages :Notes on Poetry and Ethnography
  Newell, Stephanie. Researching the Cultural Politics of Dirt in Urban Africa
  Youngquist, Paul. Accidental Histories :Fieldwork Among the Maroons of Jamaica
  Castillo, Debra A. Engagement and Pedagogy :Traveling with Students in Chiapas, Mexico
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