Collaborative Ethnography and Public Anthropology

@article{Lassiter2005CollaborativeEA,
  title={Collaborative Ethnography and Public Anthropology},
  author={Luke Eric Lassiter},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={2005},
  volume={46},
  pages={83 - 106}
}
Collaborative ethnographythe collaboration of researchers and subjects in the production of ethnographic textsoffers us a powerful way to engage the public with anthropology. As one of many academic/applied approaches, contemporary collaborative ethnography stems from a wellestablished historical tradition of collaboratively produced texts that are often overlooked. Feminist and postmodernist efforts to recenter ethnography along dialogical lines further contextualize this historically situated… 
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