Attuning to the webs of en

@article{Jensen2016AttuningTT,
  title={Attuning to the webs of en},
  author={C. Jensen and M. Ishii and Philip Swift},
  journal={HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory},
  year={2016},
  volume={6},
  pages={149 - 172}
}
An experiment in ethnographic theory, this article aims to finds new ways of getting Japanese spirit worlds into view. In the attempt to find ways of repopulating spirit worlds with more than beliefs, socioeconomic realities, and politics, the broader “ontographic” issue is how to facilitate engagement with spirits in a way that is not overdetermined by the assumption that such entities do not really exist. After examining how Japanese folklore studies and so-called “monsterology” framed their… Expand
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