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Collaborative Anthropology TodayA Collection of Exceptions$
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Dominic Boyer and George E. Marcus

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9781501753343

Published to Cornell Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.7591/cornell/9781501753343.001.0001

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Variations in the Ways that Collaborations Surround and Effect Ethnographic Research Projects

Variations in the Ways that Collaborations Surround and Effect Ethnographic Research Projects

Addendum to Chapters 1–3

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(p.75) 4 Variations in the Ways that Collaborations Surround and Effect Ethnographic Research Projects
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Collaborative Anthropology Today
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George E. Marcus

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Cornell University Press
DOI:10.7591/cornell/9781501753343.003.0005

This chapter describes experiences in collaborative projects through the 1990s and from 2009 to 2010 that have made an impression about how ethnographic work builds collaborative contexts. It provides a commentary on the perspective in collaborations with Doug Holmes, who co-authored an account on sustained collaborative friendship, and Keith Murphy, who tried to introduce a design-influenced pedagogical form that teaches the model of ethnographic research in a collaborative form. It also talks about the collaboration with Luke Cantarella and Christine Hegel on the atelier model of artistic collaboration across ethnographic projects based on scenic studio design and workshop methods. The chapter explores the heightened assessments of change that was brought on by the self-consciousness in the 1990s. It mentions a series of annuals by the University of Chicago Press on recruiting those with specific ethnographic experience to document change.

Keywords:   collaborative projects, ethnographic work, collaborative form, artistic collaboration, self-consciousness, collaborative friendship

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