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Theory can be more than it used to be : learning anthropology's method in a time of transition

Auteur(s) : Boyer, Dominic (Éd.)
Faubion, James D. (Éd.)
Marcus, George E. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : vi-285 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.Publication : Ithaca : Cornell university press, 2015.Cote : G.5083Note : Bibliogr. p. [255]-267. Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Méthodologie
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Introduction: new methodologies for a transformed discipline / Boyer, Dominic and Marcus, George E. --

Portable analytics and lateral theory / Boyer, Dominic and Howe, Cymene --

On programmatics / Faubion, James D. --

The ambitions of theory work in the production of contemporary anthropological research / Marcus, George E. --

Theorizing the present ethnographically / Glaeser, Andreas --

Trans-formations of biology and of theory / Sunder Rajan, Kaushik --

Figuring out theory: ethnographic sketches / Fortun, Kim --

Theory as parallax and provocation / Ballestero, Andrea --

Undisciplined engagements: anthropology, ethnography, theory / Breglia, Lisa --

Theory making: from the raw to the cooked / Falcone, Jessica Marie --

People in glass cages (shouldn't throw theoretical stones) / Hunt, Jamer --

Ethnography and social theory: a dialectic to hang our hats on / Middleton, Townsend --

Theory as method / Reddy, Deepa S. --

Dialogue. Encountering and engaging theory (or not). Theory in the positive sense of the term. Teaching theory and analytical method --

Afterword: on the need to reinvent anthropological teaching and training in theory / Boyer, Dominic.

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