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Blogging as a research tool for ethnographic fieldwork (2)

May 21, 2008

Mary Stevens (UCL) has earlier today commented on Erkan Saka’s (Rice) working paper Blogging as a research tool for ethnographic fieldwork (PDF, 280 KB) through the EASA media anthropology mailing list. See her comments here.

Thursday, 29 May update. The e-seminar is now under way. Other contributors so far (at 12.07 midday GMT):

 

Owen Wiltshire (Concordia)

Delia Dumitrica (Calgary)

Giulia Battaglia (SOAS, London)

Gabriela Vargas-Cetina (UA Yucatan)

Jay Ruby (Temple)

Casey O’Donnell (Georgia)

Kerim Friedman (NDHU, Taiwan)

Julian Hopkins (Monash, Kuala Lumpur)

Daniel Taghioff (SOAS, London)

Richard Davis (UWA, Australia)

Alicia Blum-Ross (Oxford)

Peter I. Crawford (Tromsø)

Angela R. Zito (NYU)

Basilio G. Monteiro (St John’s)

Adolfo Estalella (UOC, Barcelona)

 

 

>>See also this remixing anthropology post  

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