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OKELY, Judith and Helen CALLAWAY. Anthropology and Autobiography. London: Routledge, (1992). Pp. [i]-xiv,-252,(6). 8vo, illustrated black and yellow card covers. ASA Monographs 29. Chapters: 1. Anthropology and autobiography: participatory experience and embodied knowledge; 2. Ethnography and experience: gender implications in fieldwork and texts; 3. Automythologies andthe reconstruction of ageing; 4. Spirits and sex: a Swahili informant and his diary; 5. Putting out the life: from biography to ideology among the Earth People; 6. Racism, terror, and the production of Australian auto/biographies; 7. Writing ethnography: state of the art; 8. Autobiography, anthropology and the experience of Indonesia; 9. Changing places and altered perspectives: research on a Greek island in the 1960s and in the 1980s; 10. The paradox of friendship in the field: analysis of a long-term Anglo-Japanese relationship; 11. Ali and me: an essay in street-corner anthropology; 12. From affect to analysis: the biography of an interaction in an English village; 13. Tense in ethnography: some practical considerations; 14. Self-conscious anthropology. Occasional marking in pencil in first chapter only, minorcreasing to covers along edges, else vg. 30.00
Title: Anthropology and Autobiography. PBK.
Publisher: Routledge, London, 1992, ISBN:0415051894:
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