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Abram, David (1997) The Spell of the Sensuous. New York: Vintage. philosophy

Alderman, Derek H. (2003) “Street names and the scaling of memory: the politics of commemorating Martin Luther King, Jr. within the African American community”, AREA, 35.2:163-173 urban ethnography
Alexander, Bryant K. (2005) “Performance Ethnography”, in Denzin, N. K. and Y. Lincoln (eds) THE SAGE HANDBOOK OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH, third edition, thousand Oaks: SAGE Publications, pp. 411-441 (30) performance
Alexander, Darcy (2008) “Digital Storytelling as transformative practice: critical analysis and creative expression in the representation of migration in Ireland. Journal of Media Practice. V. 9(2): 101-112 visual ethnography
Altork, Kate (2007) “Walking the Fire Line: The Erotic Dimension of the Fieldwork Experience,” in Antonious, C. G., M. Robben and J. A. Sluka (eds) (2007) Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. Boston: Blackwell, pp. 92-107 sensory ethnography
Andersen, Chris and Claude Denis (2003) “Urban Natives and the Nation: Before and After the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples”, Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol. 40(4):373-390 political critique
Anderson, Kay (1987) “The Idea of Chinatown: The Power of Place and Institutional Practice in the Making of a Racial Category”, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 77(4):580-598 urban ethnography, Vancouver
Antonious, C. G., M. Robben and J. A. Sluka (eds) (2007) Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader. Boston: Blackwell.

Part VIII: Sensorial Fieldwork

Introduction (Antonious and Robben) 385-389

Balinese Character: A Photographic Analysis (Bateson, G. and M. Mead)389-403

Taste of Ethnographic Things (Stoller and Olkes) 404-416

Dialogic Editing: Interpreting How Kaluli Read Sound and Sentiment (Feld) 417-430

Senses (Herzfeld) 431-443. Sensory ethnography
Araujo, S. (2006) “Conflict and Violence as Theoretical Tools in Present-Day Ethnomusicology: Notes on a Dialogic Ethnography of Sound Practices in Rio deJaneiro”, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, Vol. 50(2):287-313 sensory ethnography
Atkinson, David and Eric Laurier (1998) “A Sanitised City? Social Exclusion at Bristol’s 1996 International Festival of the Sea.” Geoforum. Vol. 29(2):199-206 urban ethnography
Auyero, Javier (2000) “The hyper-shantytown: neo-liberal violence(s) in the Argentinian slum”, Ethnography. Vol. 1(1):93-116 urban ethnography
Auyero, Javier (2002) “The judge, the cop, and the queen of carnival: ethnography, storytelling and the contested meaning of protest”, Theory and Society, 31: 151-187 urban ethnography
Baines, Stephen G. and Stephen Nugent (2003) “Photo-Essay: Makuxi and Wapishana Indians on the Brazil-Guyana Border.” CRITIQUE OF ANTHROPOLOGY. Vol. 23(4):339-348visual ethnography
Banks, Marcus (2001) Visual Methods in Social Research. London: Sage Publications.

Visual Ethnography visual ethnography
Basso, Keith H. (1988) “”Speaking with Names”: Language and Landscape among the Western Apache”, Cultural Anthropology, Vol. 3(2):99-130. Sensory ethnography, place, names
Basso, Keith H. (1996) “Wisdom Sits in Places: Notes on a Western Apache Landscape.” In Feld, Steven and Keith H. Basso (eds) Senses of Place. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Advanced Seminar Series, pp. 53-90 visual ethnography
Behar, Ruth (2007) AN ISLAND CALLED HOME: returning to Jewish Cuba, New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. Autoethnography, new ethnographic writing
Behar, Ruth (2008) “Between Poetry and Anthropology: Searching for Languages of Home”, in Arts-based Inquiry in Education: Fopundations for Practice, Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor and Richard Siegesmund, eds., pp. 55-71, New York: Routledge. Autoethnography, new ethnographic writing
BERGER, John (1973) Ways of Seeing. New York: Vintage Press. visual
Bernardin, Susan, Melody Graulich, Lisa McFarlane and Nicole Tonkovich (2001) “Introduction: Empire of the Lens: Women, Indians, and Cameras”. In Bernardin, Susan, Melody Graulich, Lisa McFarlane and Nicole Tonkovich (eds) TRADING GAZES: EURO-AMERICAN WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS AND NATIVE AMERICANS, 1880-1940. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press. Pp. 1-31: visual ethnography; First Nations Studies

Bird, C. M. (2005) “How I stopped dreading and learned to love transcription,” Qualitative Inquiry, 11(2): 226-248 interviewing

Bogad, L. M. (2005) ELECTORIAL GUERRILLA THEATRE: radical ridicule and social movements. New York: Routledge. Performance studies, sociology, political movements
Braid, Donald (1996) “Personal Narrative and Experiential Meaning,” Journal of American Folklore, Vol. 109(431) 5-30 autoethnography
Brooks, Christine (2010) “Embodied Transcription: a creative method for using voice-recognition software,” The Qualitative Report, Vol. 15(5) interviewing
Brown, S. G. and S. I. Dobrin (eds) (2004) ETHNOGRAPHY UNBOUND: from theory shock to critical praxis. Albany: SUNY new ethnographic writing
Bruce, Nigel (2000) “Images and Reflections: photography in the pursuit of public health.” JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH. 54: 846-850. Visual ethnography
Buckley, Liam (2000-2001) “Self and Accessory in Gambian Studio Photography.” VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY REVIEW. Vol. 16. No. 2. Pp. 71-91. Visual ethnography
Bull, M. and Back, L., The Auditory Culture Reader (Oxford: Berg Publishers, 2003). Sensory ethnography, sound
Burk, Adrienne (2003) “Private griefs, public places”, Political Geography 22:317-333 urban ethnography
Calzadilla, Fernando (2002) “Performing the Political: Encapuchados in Venezuela”, TDR The Drama Review, 46, 4 (T176) Winter: 104-125 urban ethnography
Caplan, P., Feasts, Fasts and Famine (Goldsmiths' College, University of London, 1992). food
Carter, Denise (2004) “New Locations: the virtual City”, Anthropology Matters, Vol. 6, No. 1:1-8 urban ethnography, cyberspace
Cartwright, Lisa (1998) “Community and the Public Body in Breast Cancer Media Activism.” CULTURAL STUDIES. 12(2):117-138. Visual ethnography
Casey, Edward S. (1996) “How to Get from Space to Place in a Fairly Short Stretch of Time: Phenomenological Prolegomena.” In Feld, Steven and Keith H. Basso (eds) Senses of Place. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Advanced Seminar Series, pp. 13-52 phenomenology, philosophy
Cavarero, Adriana (2005) FOR MORE THAN ONE VOICE: towards a philosophy of vocal expression. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press. Philosophy, voice
Charles, N. and Kerr, M., Women, Food, and Families (Manchester: Manchester University Press ND, 1988). food
Cherry-Chandler, Eileen (2008)  "After the Reapers:  Place Settings of Race, Class and Food Insecurity", Text & Performance Quarterly, 29(1):44-59(6) food
Clair, Robin Patric (2006) “Narratives in the Old Neighborhood: An Ethnographic Study of an Urban Neighbourhood’s Stories.” Qualitative Inquiry. 12; 1244-1261

urban ethnography
Classen, Constance (1993) Worlds of Sense: exploring the senses in history and across cultures. NY: Routledge sensory anthropology
Classen, C. Howes, D. and Synnott, A., Aroma (London, New York: Routledge, 1994). sensory anthropology

Classen, C., “The odor of the other: olfactory symbolism and cultural categories,” Ethos 20(2) (1992): 134. sensory anthropology

Clifford, J., Routes, (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1997). General anthropology
Cohen, E., ‘The Broken Cycle, Smell in a Bangkok Soi’ Ethnos, 1988, 1(2): 37-49. Sensory ethnography
Collier, John and M. Collier (1992) Visual Anthropology: Photography As A Research Method. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. Visual ethnography
Collins, Peter and Anselma Gallinet (eds) (2010) THE ETHNOGRAPHIC SELF AS RESOURCE: writing memory and experience into ethnography. NY: Berghan Books.

New ethnographic writing.
Conquergood, Dwight (1982) “Performing as a Moral Act: Ethical Dimensions of the Ethnography of Performance”, Literature in Performance, 5(2): 1-13 performance studies
Conquergood, Dwight (1988) “Health Theatre in a Hmong Refugee Camp: performance, communication and culture.” The Drama Review (TDR) vol. 32:174-208 performance studies

Cruikshank, Julie (1998) “Negotiating with narrative: Establishing Cultural Identity at the Yukon International Storytelling Festival.” The Social Life of Stories: Narrative and Knowledge in the Yukon Territory. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. Pp. 138-160 orality, festivals

Czikszenthmihalyi, M. and E. Rochberg-Halton (1981) “The Most Cherished Ojbects in the Home.” In Czikszenthmihalyi, M. and E. Rochberg-Halton, The Meaning of Things: domestic symbols and the self. Chicago: University of Chicago Press domestic objects
Danforth, Loring and Alexander Tsiaras (1982) Death Rituals of Rural Greece.

Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Visual ethnography

Davidson, J. O’C (2008) “If no means no, does yes mean yes? Consent to research intimacies,” History of Human Sciences, Vol. 21(4): 49-67 ethics
Davis, S (1986). Parades and Power: Street Theater in 19th century Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. pp.1-48. urban ethnography

De Certeau, M. (1984) THE PRACTICE OF EVERYDAY LIFE. 1984 U. of Calfiornia Press, Berkeley. Part 111: SPATIAL PRACTICES, Chapter V11 Walking in the City. urban ethnography

Degen, M., Sensing Cities (London: Taylor and Francis, 2008). urban ethnography
Desjarlais, R. (2005). Movement, stillness: On the sensory world of a shelter for the ‘Homeless Mentally Ill. In Howes, D. (ed.), Empire of the senses: The sensual culture reader (pp.369-396). Oxford; New York: Berg. Sensory ethnography
De Lorenzo, Catherine (2005) “Confronting Amnesia: Aboriginality and public space,” Visual Studies, Vol. 20(2):105-123. urban ethnography

Denzin, N. K. (2003) “Performing (auto)ethnography Politically”, The Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 25:257-278 performance studies, autoethnography

Denzin, Norman (2003) “Reading and writing performance”, Qualitative Research, Vol. 3(2):243-268 performance studies,
Denzin, Norman K. (2006) “Pedagogy, Performance and Autoethnography”, Text and Performance Quarterly, 26:4, 333-338 performance studies, autoethnography

Diken, Bulent and C. B. Lausten (2002) “Zones of Indistinction”, Space and Culture, Vol. 5(2): 290-307 urban ethnography

Douglas, Mary (1966) (1995) Purity and Danger: An Analysis of the Concepts of Pollution and Taboo. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. General anthropology
Drobnick, J., The Smell Culture Reader (Oxford: Berg Publishers, 2006). Sensory ethnography
Erlmann V. 2004. But what of the ethnographic ear? Anthropology, sound, and the senses. In Hearing Cultures: Essays on Sound, Listening and Modernity, ed. V Erlmann, pp. 1–20. Oxford: Berg sensory ethnography, sound
Edensnor, T., ‘The Culture of the Indian Street’ in Nicholas R. Fyfe, Images of the Street (London, New York: Routledge, 1998). urban ethnography
Edwards, Elizabeth (ed) (1992) Anthropology and Photography. New Haven: Yale University Press. Visual ethnography
Farco, J., Carlos Gonza, Murphy, M.D. “Street Names and Political Regimes in an Andalusian Town”, Ethnology. Vol. 36(2): urban ethnography

Farley, Melissa, Jacqueline Lynne and Ann J. Cotton (2005) “Prostitution in Vancouver: Violence and the Colonization of First Nations Women,” Transcultural Psychiatry. Vol. 42(2):242-271 urban ethnography

Farquhar, Judith (2006) “Food, Eating, and the Good Life”, in Tilley, C. et al (eds) The Sage Handbook of Material Culture, London: Sage, pp. 145-160 food
Feld S. 1990 [1982]. Sound and Sentiment: Birds, Weeping, Poetics, and Song in Kaluli Expression. Philadelphia: Univ. Penn. Press sensory ethnography, sound
Feld S. 1991a. Voices of the Rainforest: A Day In The Life Of The Kaluli People. Salem, MA: Rykodisc. CD 10173 sensory ethnography, sound
Feld S. 1991b. Voices of the rainforest: politics of music. Public Cult. 4(1):131–40 sensory ethnography, sound
Feld S. 1996a. Pygmy pop, a genealogy of schizophonic mimesis. Yearb. Trad. Music 28:1–35 sensory ethnography, sound
Feld S. 1996b. Waterfalls of song: an acoustemology of place resounding in Bosavi, Papua New Guinea. In Senses of Place, ed. S Feld, KH Basso, pp. 91–136. Santa Fe, NM: Sch. Am. Res. Press sensory ethnography, sound
Feld S. 2000. A sweet lullaby for world music. Public Cult. 12(1):145–71 sensory ethnography, sound
Feld S, Brenneis D. 2004. Doing anthropology in sound. Am. Ethnol. 41(4):461–74 sensory ethnography, sound
Feld S, Fox AA, Porcello T, SamuelsD. 2004. Vocal anthropology: from the music of language to the language of song. In A Companion to Linguistic Anthropology, ed. A Duranti, pp. 321–45. Malden, MA: Blackwell sensory ethnography, sound
Ferzacca, S. (2004) “Lived Food and Judgments of Taste at a Time of Disease”, Medical Anthropology, 23:41-67 food

(see also Melanie Rock)

Frank, Gloria Jean (2000) “”That’s my dinner on display”: A first nations reflection on museum culture.” B.C. Studies. Iss 125/126:163-180 food, exhibition, First Nations Studies
Fraser, Jem (2007) “Museums-drama, ritual and power”, in MUSEUM REVOLUTIONS: HOW MUSEUMS CHANGE AND ARE CHANGED. Knell, Simon,J., Suzanne McLeod and Sheila Watson (eds). London: Routledge. Pp. 291-302

Freeman, Richard (2001) “THE CITY AS MISE-EN-SCÈNE: A Visual Exploration of the Culture of Politics in Buenos Aires”, Visual Anthropology Review. Vol. 17(1):36-59 urban ethnography
Galinier, A. et al (2010) “Anthropology of Night”, Current Anthropology, V. 51(6): 819-847 urban ethnography

Garcia, A. C. et al (2009) “Ethnographic Approaches to the Internet and Computer-Mediated Communication”, Vol. 38(1):52-84 virtual ethnography

Geurts, K.L. (2005). Consciousness as ‘feeling in the body’: A West African theory of embodiment, emotion and the making of mind. In Howes, D. (ed.), Empire of the senses: The sensual culture reader (pp.164-178). Oxford; New York: Berg. Sensory ethnography

Gingrich-Philbrook, Craig (2005) “Autoethnography’s Family Values: Easy Access to Compulsory Experiences”, Text & Performance Quarterly, 25:4, 297-314 autoethnography, performance

Goodall, A. L. (2000) WRITING THE NEW ETHNOGRAPHY. Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press. New ethnographic writing


Grosz, Elizabeth (1994) Volatile Bodies: Toward a Corporeal Feminism. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Sensory ethnography

Guano, E (2002). Spectacles of Modernity: Transnational Imagination and Local Hegemonies in Neoliberal Buenos Aires. Cultural Anthropology. 17(2): 181-209. urban ethnography
Guano, E. (2002) “Ruining the President’s Spectacle: Theatricality and telepolitics in the Buenos Aires public sphere.” Journal of Visual Culture. Vol. 1(3): 303-323. urban ethnography

Gill, Graeme (2005) “Changing Symbols: The Renovation of Moscow Place Names”, The Russian Review 64:480-503. urban ethnography

Ginsburg, Faye (1994) Culture/Media: A (mild) Polemic. Anthropology Today. Vol. 10(2):5-15 visual ethnography
Goldstein, Tara (2000) “Hong Kong, Canada: performed ethnography for anti-racist teacher education”, Teaching Education, Vol. 11(3):311-326 performance ethnography
Gotham, K. F. (2002) “Marketing Mardi Gras”, Urban Studies. Vol. 39(10): 1735-1756 urban ethnography

Gough, Paul (2004) “Sites in the imagination: the Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Memorial on the Somme”, Cultural Geographies, 11: 235-258 memorials

Green, Garth L. (2002) “Marketing the Nation: Carnival and tourism in Trinidad and Tobago”, Critique of Anthropology, Vol. 22(3):283-304. urban ethnography

Greenman, Andrew and Scott Smith (2006) “Embed: Mapping the Future of Work and Play: A Case for “Embedding” Non-Ethnographers in the Field”, Cultural Transitions. Vol. 30(4):229-243 sensory ethnography

Greenspan, H. and S. Bolkosky (2006) “When Is An Interview an Interview? Notes from listening to Holocaust Survivors,” Poetics Today. 27:2 interviewing
Gregson, Nicky and Gillian Rose (2000) “Taking Butler Elsewhere: performativities, spatialities and subjectivities.” Environment and Planning D. Society and Space. Vol. 18: 433-452. urban ethnography

Gross, Larry, John Stuart Katz and Jay Ruby (1988) “Introduction: A Moral Pause.” In Gross, L., J. S. Katz and J. Ruby (eds) IMAGE ETHICS: THE MORAL RIGHTS OF SUBJECTS IN PHOTOGRAPHS, FILM AND TELEVISION. New York: Oxford University Press. Pp. 3-33. ethics

Guano, E (2002). Spectacles of Modernity: Transnational Imagination and Local Hegemonies in Neoliberal Buenos Aires. Cultural Anthropology. 17(2): 181-209. urban ethnography

Guano, E. (2002) “Ruining the President’s Spectacle: Theatricality and telepolitics in the Buenos Aires public sphere.” Journal of Visual Culture. Vol. 1(3): 303-323 urban ethnography

Hallam, Elizabeth and Tim Ingold (2007) “Introduction”, in Hallam, E. and T. Ingold (Eds) CREATIVITY AND CULTURAL IMPROVISATION. London: Berg, pp. 1-24 anthropology and creativity
Halle, David (1993) Inside Culture: Art and Class in the American Home.

Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. Domestic objects

Hamera, Judith (2006) “Performance, Performativity, and Cultural Poesis in Practices of Everyday Life”, in Madison, Soyini D. and Judith Hamera (eds) THE SAGE HANDBOOKOF PERFORMANCE STUDIES, Thousand Oaks: SAGE, pp. 46-64 performance studies
Handelman, D (1997). Rituals/Spectacles. UNESCO. Published by Blackwell Publishers.pp.388-398.
Harbers, H., A. Mol and A. Stollmeyer (2002) “Food Matters: Arguments for an Ethnography of Daily Care.” Theory, Culture and Society. Vol. 19(5/6): 207-226

Food and elder care
Harper, Douglas (2003) “Framing Ethnographic Photography: A Case Study.” Ethnography. Vol. 4(2):241-266 Visual Ethnography:
Harrison, B. (2002) “Seeing health and illness worlds: using visual methodologies in a sociology of health and illness: a methodological review.” SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH AND ILLNESS. Vol. 24(6): 856-872 Visual Ethnography:
Hermer, Joe and Alan Hunt (1996) “Official Grafitti of the Everyday”, Law & Society Review, Vol. 30(3):455-480. urban ethnography

Herzfeld, Michael (2004) The Body Impolitic: Artisans and Artifice in the Global Hierarchy of Value. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Sensory ethnography

Herzfeld, Michael (2008) “Senses”, in Robben, A. C. G. and J. A. Sluka (eds) Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader, London: Blackwell. Pp. 431-442

Sensory ethnography
Herzfeld, Michael (2010) “Engagement, Gentrification, and the Neoliberal Hijacking of History”, Current Anthropology, October, S259-267. urban ethnography
Hoover, Alan (2000/2001) “A response to Gloria Frank: ‘”That’s my dinner on display’” First Nations reflection on museum culture,” B.C. Studies 128 (Spring /Summer):65-71, exhibition, First Nations Studies
Howe, Alyssa C. (2001) “Queer Pilgrimage: The San Francisco Homeland and Identity Tourism”, Cultural Anthropology, Vol. 16(1):35-61. urban ethnography
Howes, D. (2003). Sensual relations: Engaging the senses in culture and social theory. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Sensory ethnography
Howes, D., ‘Hyperesthesia, or, The Sensual Logic of Late Capitalism’ in D. Howes. (ed.), Empire of the Senses: The Sensual Culture Reader (Oxford: Berg Publishers, 2005). Sensory ethnography
Howes, D. (2006) “Scent, Sound and synaesthesia: intersensorality and material culture theory”, Tilley, C. et al (eds) The Sage Handbook of Material Culture, London: Sage, pp.161-172 sensory ethnography
Hutnyk, J. (2004) “Photogenic Poverty: Souveniers and Infantilism.” JOURNAL OF VISUAL CULTURE. Vol. 3(1): 77-94. Visual, urban ethnography

Ingold, T. (2000). The perception of the environment: Essays on livelihood, dwelling and skill. London: Routledge. Sensory ethnography

Ingold, T. and Vergunst, J. (ed.), Ways of Walking: Ethnography and Practice on Foot (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008). Sensory ethnography
Irving, Andrew (2007) “Ethnography, Art, and Death,” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.), 13: 185-208. Sensory ethnography, visual ethnography, walking
Izumi, Masumi (2005) “Reclaiming and Reinventing “Powell Street”: Reconstruction fo the Japanese Canadian Community in Post-World War II Vancouver.” in Fest, Louis and Gail M. Nomura (eds) NIKKEI in The Pacific Northwest. Seattle: University of Washington Press: 308-333. urban ethnography, Vancouver
James, Alice and Barbara Smith (2000-2001) “The Mirror of Their Past: Greek Refugee Photographs and Memories of Anatolia.” VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY REVIEW. Vol. 16. No. 2. Pp. 25-42 visual ethnography
James, Roberta (2004) “Halal Pizza: Food and Culture in a Busy World”, Australian Journal of Anthropology, 15:1, 1-11 food
Johnson, L. (2007) “Mobilizing pride/shame: Lesbians, tourism and parades”, Social and Cultural Geography, Vo. 8:29-45. urban ethnography
Jones, Kip (2006) “A biographic researcher in search of an aesthetic. The use of arts-based representations in “performative” dissemination of life stories”, Qualitative Sociological Review, 2(1):66-85 life stories, performance studies
Kahn, Seth and J. Lee (eds) (2011) ACTIVISM AND RHETORIC: theories and contexts for political engagement. NY: Routledge. Engaged anthropology
Kanter, J. (2006) “Incident”: Performing as a Moral Act Two Decades Later”, Text & Performance Quarterly, v. 26(4):405-13 performance studies
Kershaw, Baz (1997 ) “Fighting in the Streets: Dramaturgies of Popular Protest, 1968-1989”, NTQ, V. 13(51):255-276. urban ethnography
Kidd, Sean A. (2004) “”The Walls Were Closing In, And We Were Trapped”: A Qualitative Analysis of Street Youth Suicide”. Youth & Society, Vol. 36(1):30-55 ethnography, domestic house experience
Kirklighter, C. et al (eds) (1997) VOICES AND VISIONS: refiguring ethnography in composition. Portsmouth:NH. New ethnographic writing
Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara (1999) “Playing to the Senses: Food as a Performance Medium,” Performance Research, 4(1):1-30 food, performance studies
Kleinman, Arthur and Joan Kleinman (1996) “The Appeal of Experience; The Dismay of Images: Cultural Appropriation of Suffering in Our Times”, Daedalus. Vol. 125:1-23, visual ethnography
Knowles, C., Bedlam on the Streets (London, New York: Routledge, 2000). urban ethnography
Knowles, C., Sweetman, P. Picturing the Social Landscape (London, New York: Routledge, 2004). visual ethnography
Kogut, Kate B. (2005) “FRAMED: A Personal Narrative/Ethnographic Performance/One Woman Show”, Journal of American Folklore, Vol. 118(467):90-104

Performance studies
Kong, L. and B. Yeoh (1997). “The construction of national identity through the production of ritual and spectacle, an analysis of National Day parades in Singapore”. Political Geography, Vol.16, No.3, pp. 213-239. urban ethnography, festivals

Kotarba, J. (2003) “Review Essay: Popular Music and Everyday Life,” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 360-368 sound

Kulick, D. and M. Wilson (eds) (1995) Taboo: Sex, Identity and Erotic Subjectivity in Anthropological Fieldwork. NY: Routledge ethics, sexuality
Kurlansky, M., Salt: A World History (London: Johnathon Cape, 2002). food
Latham, Alan (2004) “Researching and Writing Everyday Accounts of the City: an introduction to the diary-photo diary-interview method.” In Knowles, Caroline and Paul Sweetman (eds) PICTURING THE SOCIAL LANDSCAPE: Methods in the Sociological Imagination. New York: Routledge, Pp. urban ethnography
Lawrence, Bonita (2004) “Appendix 2: Issues in Conducting Indigenous Research”, and “Appendix 3: Narratives of Encounters with Genocide.” ‘Real’ Indians and Others: Mixed-Blood Urban Native Peoples and Indigenous Nationhood. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Pp. 247-278. Aboriginal studies, narrative ethnography
Lee, J and Tim Ingold (2006) “Fieldwork on Foot: Perceiving, Routing, Socializing,” in Coleman, Simon and Peter Collins (eds) LOCATING THE FIELD: SPACE, PLACE AND CONTEXT IN ANTHROPOLOGY. Oxford: Berg. Pp. 67-86 walking methodology ethnography

LeMaster, Barbara (1999-2000) “Reappropriation of Gendered Irish Sign Language in One Family.” VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY REVIEW. Vol. 15. No. 2. Pp. 69-83 home, sound (hearing impaired)

Lavie, Smadar, Kirin Narayan and Renato Rosaldo (eds) (1993) Creativity/Anthropology. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. creativity
Ley, David (2003) “Artists, Aestheticisation and the Field of Gentrification”, Urban Studies, Vol. 40, No. 12:2527-2544 urban ethnography, vancouver
Light, Duncan (2004) “Street names in Bucharest, 1990-1997: exploring the modern historical geographies of post-socialist change.” Journal of Historical Geography. 30:154-172. urban ethnography

Lindauer, M. (2007) “Critical museum pedagogy and exhibition development: a conceptual first step”, in MUSEUM REVOLUTIONS: HOW MUSEUMS CHANGE AND ARE CHANGED. Knell, Simon,J., Suzanne McLeod and Sheila Watson (eds). London: Routledge. Pp. 303-314 exhibitions

Listerborn, Carina (2003) “Debates: Prostitution as ‘urban radical chic.’ The silent acceptance of female exploitation.” City. Vol. 7(2): 237-245 sex work, urban ethnography
Lucas, Raymond (2004) “Inscribing the city: a flâneur in Tokyo”, Anthropology Matters, Vol. 6(1): 1-11. urban ethnography
Lupton, D., Food, the Body and the Self (London: SAGE, 1996). food
Lutz, Catherine A. and J. L. Collins (1993) Reading National Geographic. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Visual Ethnography:
MacAloon, John J. [ed.](1989). “Rite, Drama, Festival, Spectacle: Rehearsals Towards a Theory of Cultural Performance”. Institute for the Study of Human Issues. Philadelphia.
MacDougall, D., The Corporeal Image (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006). Visual anthropology
McKenzie, John (2006) “Performance and Globalization.” In Madison, D. Soyini and Judith Hamera (eds) 2006 THE SAGE HANDBOK OF PERFORMANCE STUDIES. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications. Pp. 33-45
Mackey, Eva (1995) “Postmodernism and Cultural Politics in a Multicultural Nation: Contests over Truth in the Into the Heart of Africa Controversy.” PUBLIC CULTURE. 7:403-431 ethics, exhibition
Madison, Sohini (1999) “Performing Theory/Embodied Writing”, Text & Performance Quarterly, Vol. 19(2): 107-124. Available on line. New ethnographic writing
Madison, S. Chapter 8: “Its Time To Write: Writing as Performance”, in Madison, S. (2005) Critical Ethnography: method, ethics, and performance. Thousand Oaks: Sage: pp. 181-199. New ethnographic writing

Malone, Susan (2003) “Ethics at home: informed consent in your own backyard.” Qualitative Studies in Education. Nov-Dec. Vol. 16(6):797-815 on line

Manalansan, M. F., “Immigrant Lives and the Politics of Olfaction in the Global City.”, in Drobnick, J. (ed.) The Smell Culture Reader (Oxford: Berg, 2006). urban ethnography

Maracle, Lee (2005) “Polka Partners, Uptown Indians and White Folks”.

THE VANCOUVER STORIES: West Coast Fiction from Canada’s Best Writers. Vancouver: Raincoast Books, pp. 177-204 vancouver, First Nations Studies
Markham, A. N. (2005) “The Methods, Politics, and Ethics of Representation in Online Ethnography”, in Denzin, N. K. and Y. Lincoln (eds) THE SAGE HANDBOOK OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH, third edition, thousand Oaks: SAGE Publications, pp. 793-820 online ethnography
Marks, laura THE SKIN OF THE FILM touch and visuality
Martin, Patricia Y. (2002) “Sensations, bodies, and the ‘spirit of a place’: Aesthetics in residential organizations for the elderly.” HUMAN RELATIONS. 55(7):851-885. Sensory ethnography
Mason, D. Jeffrey (1996). “Street Fairs: Social Space, Social Performance.” Theater Journal. Vol. 48 (3): 301-319. urban ethnography
Mason, J. D. (2001) “Performing the American Right: The Bakersfield Business Conference.” The Drama Review (TDR) (T170). Vol. 45(2):109-128.
Mauss, Marcel (1973) “Techniques of the Body”. Economy and Society. 2, no. 1:70-88 (original publication 1934) embodiment, classic
Mawani, Renisa “From Colonialism to Multiculturalism: Totem Poles, Tourism and National Identity in Vancouver’s Stanley Park”, ARIEL urban ethnography, vancouver
May, Joseph (2006) “Somatic City: Laughter and Civic Imaginings”, Space & Culture, Vol. 9(3):245-253 urban ethnography
Miller, Daniel (2009) The Comfort of Things. London: Polity Press domestic objects, home, ethnography
Miller, Lynn C. and Jacqueline Taylor (2006) “The Constructed Self: Strategic and Aesthetic Choices in Autobiographical Performance”, in Madison, D. Soyini and Judith Hamera (eds) THE SAGE HANDBOOK OF PERFORMANCE STUDIES, Thousand Oaks: SAGE. Pp. 169-187
Mintz, S., Sweetness and Power: The Place of Sugar in Modern History (London: Penguin Books, 1986). food
Mitchell, Jon P. (2006) “Performance,” inTilley, C. et al (eds) The Sage Handbook of Material Culture, London: Sage, pp. 384 – 401 performance studies.
Mitchell, Katharyne (2001) “Transnationalism, neo-liberalism, and the rise of the shadow state”, Economy and Society, Vol. 30(2): 165-189

urban ethnography, vancouver
Moretti, Cristina (2008) “Places and Stages: Narrating and Performing the City in Milan, Italy”, Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies, Vol. 4(1): 1- 46. http://liminalities.net/4-1/moretti.htm. urban ethnography
Morrow, Virginia M. (2000) “’Dirty looks’ and ‘trampy places’ in young peoples’ accounts of community and neighbourhood: implications for health inequalities.” CRITICAL PUBLIC HEALTH. Vol. 10(2):141-152. urban ethnography
Nandrea, Lorri (1999) “Reflections: “Graffiti Taught Me Everything I Know About Space”: Urban Fronts and Borders.” Antipode 31:1:110-116 Visual Ethnography, public art, urban ethnography. urban ethnography
Narayan, Kirin (1999) “Ethnography and Fiction: Where Is the Border?” Anthropology and Humanism. 24(2):134-147. Belzberg Library Reserves & Readings Package. New ethnographic writing
Narayan, Kirin (2007) Tools to Shape Texts: What Creative Nonfiction Can

Offer Ethnography, Anthropology and Humanism, Vol. 32, Issue 2, pp 130–144, . New ethnographic writing

Neale, Jonathan (2008) “Ranting and Silence: The Contradictions of Writing for Activists and Academics,” in Armbruster, Heidi and Anna Lærke (Eds) (2008) TAKING SIDES: ETHICS, POLITICS AND FIELDWORK IN ANTHROPOLOGY. Oxford: Berghahn Books, pp. 217-256
Nelson, Diane (1999) A Finger in the Wound: Body Politics in Quincentennial Guatemala. Berkeley and Los Angeles: U. of California Press. Ethnography, embodiment, politics
Neumark, Devora (2007) “Chapter 13: Home is Where the Walls Speak in Familiar Ways”: Listening to the demands of ethics and witness in community performance”, in Kuppers, Petra and Gwen Robertson (eds) THE COMMUNITY PERFORMANCE READER, London: Routledge, pp. 142 – 148. urban ethnography
Nicolini, Kim (1998) “The Streets of San Francisco: A Personal Geography”, in The Bad Subjects Production Team BAD SUBJECTS: POLITICAL EDUCATION FOR EVERYDAY LIFE. New York: New York University Press: 78-88 urban ethnography
Norkunas, Martha (2004) “Narratives of Resistance and the Consquences of Resistance”, Journal of Folklore Research, Vol. 41, Nos. 2/3: 105-123 political ethnography
Okely, Judith (1992) “Anthropology and Autobiogaphy: participatory experience and embodied knowledge”, in Okely, Judith and H. Callaway (eds) ANTHROPOLOGY AND AUTOBIOGRAPHY. London: 1-28
Parisi, D. (2010) “Fingerbombing: or “Touching is Good”: the cultural construction of technologized touch,” Senses & Society, Vol. 3(3): 307-329 touch
Peers, Laura (1999) “”Playing Ourselves: First Nations and Native American Interpreters at Living History Sites”, The Public Historian, Vol. 21, No. 4:39-59 exhibition, performance, museums, First Nations Studies
Phillips, Susan A. (2009) “From Inscription to Incorporation: the body in literacy studies. Crip Walk, Villain Dance, Pueblo Stroll: The Embodiment of Writing in African American Gang Dance. Anthropological Quarterly, Vol. 82(1):69-98
Pickles, Katie (2000) “Exhibiting Canada: empire, migration and the 1928 English schoolgirl tour.” GENDER, PLACE AND CULTURE. Vol. 7(1). Pp. 81-96 performance, exhibition, First Nations Studies
Pinney, Christopher (2006) “Four Types of Visual Culture”, Tilley, C. et al (eds) The Sage Handbook of Material Culture, London: Sage, pp. 131-143 visual ethnography
Pink, Sarah (1999) “Panos for the Brancus: Interweaving cultures, producing cloth, visualizing experience, making anthropology.” JOURNAL OF MATERIAL CULTURE. Vol. 4(2):163-182. touch
Pink, Sarah (2008) “An urban tour: the sensory sociality of ethnographic place-making”, Ethnography, Vol. 9(2):175-196. urban ethnography
Pink, S., (2009) Doing Sensory Ethnography (London: SAGE Publications Ltd, 2009). Sensory ethnography
Pink, S. et al. (2010). Walking across disciplines: From ethnography to arts practice. Visual Studies, 25 (1), 1-7. Sensory ethnography
Porcello, T., L. Meintjes, Ana Maria Ochoa, and David W. Samuels (2010)

THE REORGANIZATION OF THE SENSORY WORLD. Annu. Rev. anthropol. 39:51-66 Sensory ethnography

Porteous, J. D., “Smellscape” In J. Drobnick (ed.), The Smell Culture Reader (Oxford: Berg. 2006). Sensory ethnography
Pow, C. P. (2000) “Sense and Sensibility”: social-spatial experiences of the visually impaired in Singapore.” SINGAPORE JOURNAL OF TROPICAL GEOGRAPHY. Vol. 21(2)166-182. urban ethnography
Puddephatl, A. J. et al (eds) (2009) ETHNOGRAPHIES REVISITED: constructing theory in the field. London:Routledge anthropology general
Quershi, Regula (2000) “How does music mean? Embodied memories and the politics of affect in the Indian sarangi”, American Ethnologist, 27(4): 805-838 Sensory ethnography
Reed, Adam (2002) “City of Details: Interpreting the Personality of London”, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 8, 127-141. urban ethnography

Richards, Eugene (1994) Cocaine True Cocaine Blue. New York: Aperture. Visual ethnography

Richardson, Tanya (2005) “Walking Streets, Talking History: The Making of Odessa”, Ethnology, Vol. 44(1): 13-33. urban ethnography

Roberts, Brian (2008) “Performative Social Science: A consideration of skills, purpose and context”, FQS: Qualitative Social Research, Sozialforschung. Vol.9, No. 2, ART.58 :1-44 performance studies
Robinson, Harry (1990) “An Okanagan Indian Becomes a Captive Circus Showpiece in England.” In King, Thomas (ed) ALL MY RELATIONS: AN ANTHOLOGY OF CONTEMPORARY CANADIAN NATIVE FICTION. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart. Pp. 1-26
Ross, Becki L. (2006) “”Troublemakers” in Tassels and G-Strings: Striptease Dancers and the Union Question in Vancouver, 1965-1980”, Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol. 43(3): 329-344
Rouse, C. and J. Hoskins (2004) “Purity, Soul Food and Sunni Islam: Explorations at the Intersection of Consumption and Resistance”, Cultural Anthropology, Vol. 19(2): 226-249 food
Roy, Carole (2006) “The Irreverent Raging Grannies: Humour as Protest”, Canadian Woman Studies, 25(3/4):141-148 performance, politics
Roy, Patricia E. (2005) “Lessons in Citizenship, 1945-1949” in Fest, Louis and Gail M. Nomura (eds) NIKKEI in The Pacific Northwest. Seattle: University of Washington Press: 254-277. urban ethnography, Vancouver.
Saldana, J. (2003) “Dramatizing Data: A Primer”, Qualitative Inquiry, 9(2): 218-236 performance studies
Samuels, David W., Louise Meintjes, Anna Maria Ochoa and T. Porcello (2004) (2010) “Soundscapes: Toward a Sounded Anthropology”, Annual Review of Anthropology, 39: 329-45 sound
Sanjek, Roger (2004) “Going Public: Responsibilities and Strategies in the Aftermath of Ethnography”, Human Organization, 63(4):444-456 engaged anthropology
Santino, Jack (2004) “Performative Commemoratives, the Personal, and the Public: Spontaneous Shrines, Emergent Ritual, and the Field of Folklore”, Journal of American Folklore, 117(466):363-372 performance, monuments
Savard, Dan (2005) “Changing Images: Photographic Collections of First Peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast Held in the Royal British Columbia Museum, 1860-1920”, B.C. Studies. (Spring) Iss. 145: 55-99
Schatz, E. (2009) Political Ethnography: What immersion contributes to the study of power. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Scheper-Hughes, Nancy (2004) “Parts Unknown: Undercover Ethnography of the organs-trafikking underworld.” Ethnography. 29-73 ethics
Schechner, Richard (2002) PERFORMANCE STUDIES: An Introduction. NY: Routledge.

Chapter 1: “What is Performance Studies?” pp. 1-21

Chapter 2: “What is Performance?” pp. 22-44 performance studies
Schofield, Peter (1996) “Cinematographic images of a city: alternative heritage tourism in Manchester.” Tourism Management. Vol. 17(5):333-340. urban ethnography
Schwabe, C.W., Unmentionable Cuisine (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1979). food
Seremetakis, N., The Senses Still (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996). Sensory scholarship
Serres, M. and Connor, S. (trans.), The Five Senses , (London, Birckbeck College, 1999). http://www.bbk.ac.uk/english/skc/5senses.htm. Accessed 12-04.2008. Sensory scholarship
Shaw, Stephen, Susan Bagwell and Joanna Karmowska (2004) “Ethnoscapes as Spectacle: Reimaging Multicultural Distrcts as New Destinations for Leisure and Tourism Consumption.” Urban Studies. Vol. 41(10): 1983-2000 urban ethnography
Sherry, J. F., R. V. Kozinets, D. Storm, A. Duhachek, K. Nuttavuthisit and B. DeBerry-Spence (2001) “Being In the Zone: Staging Retail Theatre at ESPN Chicago.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. Vol. 30(4):465-510. Sensory ethnography
Shorter, D. D. (2009) WE WILL DANCE OUR TRUTH: Yaqui HISTORY IN YOEME PERFROMANCE. Lincoln: University of Nebraske Press. Performance studies.
Silver, Anne (1999-2000) “My Experience As An Artist – Vis-à-vis D e a f A r t.” VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY REVIEW. Vol. 15. No. 2. Pp. 37-46 Sensory scholarship
Silverstein, Cory (1999) “Beyond Selves and Others: Embodying and Enacting Meta-Narratives with a Difference.” In Bridgman, Rae, Sally Cole and Heather Howard-Bobiwash (eds) FEMINIST FIELDS: Ethnographic Insights. Peterborough, Ontario. Pp. 70-85 Sensory scholarship

Simpson, Timothy (2000) “Streets, Sidewalks, Stores, and Stories: Narrative and Uses of Urban Space”, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, Vol. 29(6):682-716. urban ethnography

Sklar, Deidre (2001) “The Footfall of Words: A Reverie on Walking with Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe. Journal of American Folklore. 118(467):9-20 walking methodology, pilgrimage
Sletto, B. I. (2009) “We Draw What We Imagined”: Participatory Mapping, Performance, and the Arts of Landscape Making”, Current Anthropology, Vol. 50(4):443-476. urban ethnography
Snyders, Tom with Jennifer O’Rourke (2001) Namely Vancouver: A hidden history of Vancouver Place Names. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press. urban ethnography
Steiger, Ricabeth (2000) ‘Enroute: An Interpretation Through Images’, Visual Sociology 15 (CD ROM).

Photographic representation of texture and feeling of landscape

Sensory scholarship
Stem, Carol Simpson (2010) LEARNING TO PERFORM: an introduction. Evanston, ILL: Northwestern University Press. Performance studies.

Stewart, K. (2005). Cultural poesis: the generativity of emergent things. In Denzin, Norman K. and Lincoln, Yvonna S. (eds.), Sage handbook of qualitative research (pp.1027-1042). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Sensory scholarship

STOLLER, PAUL (1997) SENSUOUS SCHOLARSHIP. Philadelphia: Univeristy of Pennsylvania Press.

Sensory scholarship
Stoller, Paul (1989) The Taste of Ethnographic Things: The Senses in Anthropology. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Sensory scholarship
Stoller, P., Money Has No Smell (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002).

Sensory scholarship
Stott, R., Oyster (London: Reaktion, 2004).

Sensory scholarship
Supriya, K. E. (2001) “Evocation of and Enactment in Apna Ghar: Performing Ethnographic Self-Reflexivity”, text and Performance Quarterly, Vol. 21(4)

Sensory scholarship
Susser, Ida (2010) “The Anthropologist as Social Critic: Working toward a more engaged anthropology”, Current Anthropology, Current Anthropology, October, S227-S234
Swartz, Dona (1989) “Visual Ethnography.” Qualitative Sociology. Vol. 12(2):119-

Example of photo-elicitation project

Taylor, John (2000) “Problems in Photojournalism: realism, the nature of news and the humanitarian narrative.” JOURNALISM STUDIES. Vol. 1, No. 1: 129-143
Toronchuk, J. A. Ellis, G. F. R. (2007), ‘Disgust: Sensory Affect or Primary Emotional

System?’, Cognition & Emotion, 21:8,1799 — 1818.

Sensory scholarship

Thornton, Thomas (1997) “Anthropological Studies of Native American Place Naming”, American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 21(2):209-228

Thrift, Nigel (2003) “Performance, and…” Environment and Planning A. Volume 35:2019-2024
Tuan, Yi-Fu (1991) “Language and the Making of Place: A Narrative-Descriptive Approach.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 81(4): 684-696
Turner, Victor (1988) “The Anthropology of Performance”, in THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF PERFORMANCE, NY: PAJ Publications, pp. 72-98
Turin, L., The Secret of Scent (London: Faber and Faber, 2007).
Underberg, Natalie M. (2006) “Virtual and Reciprocal Ethnography on the Internet: The East Mims Oral History Project Website”, Journal of American Folkore, 119(473):301-311 collaborative internet ethnography

Sensory scholarship
Urciuoli B. 1996. Exposing Prejudice: Puerto Rican Experiences of Language, Race, and Class. Boulder, CO: Westview. Sensory scholarship
Van Ede, Yolanda (2010) “Sensous Anthropology: Sense and Sensibility and the Rehabilitation of Skill”, Anthropological Notebooks, 15(2): 61-75. Sensory scholarship
Vignes, Danielle Sears (2008) “Hang It Out To Dry”: Performing Ethnography, Cultural Memory and Hurricane Katrina in Chalmette, Louisiana”, Text & Performance Quarterly, Vol. 28:3, 344-350
Walker, A. and R. Kimball-Moulton (1989) “Photo Albums: Images of Time and Reflections of Self.” Qualitative Sociology. Vol. 12(2):155-182

Discussion of construction of photo albums.

Walks, R. Alan and Larry S. Bourne (2006) “Ghettos in Canada’s cities: Racial segregation, ethnic enclaves and poverty concentration in Canadian urban areas.” The Canadian Geographer. Vol. 50(3):273-297. urban ethnography
Wacquant, L., Body & Soul (Oxford:Oxford University Press, 2004).
Warnier, Jean-Pierre (2006) “Inside and Outside: Surfaces and Containers”, in Tilley, C. et al (eds) The Sage Handbook of Material Culture, London: Sage, pp. 186-195/ sensory ethnography
Waterson, Alisse and Maria D. Vesperi (eds) (2011) ANTHROPOLOGY OFF THE SHELF: anthropologists on writing. UK: Wiley-Blackwell. New ethnographic writing.
Werry, Margaret and Roísín O’Gorman (2007) “Shamefaced: Performing Pedagogy, Outing Affect”, Text & Performance Quarterly, 27(3):213-230

Sensory scholarship
Wickwire, Wendy (2000/2001) “A response to Alan Hoover: ‘”That’s my dinner on display’: First Nations reflection on museum culture,” B.C. Studies 128 (Spring/Summer): 71-75
Williams, Brackette (1995) “The Public I/Eye: Conducting Fieldwork to Do Homework on Homelessness and Begging in Two U.S. Cities.” CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY. Vol. 36, No. 1:25-51. urban ethnography
Wong, Yoke-Sum (1999) “”The Sigh of the East”: A Sense of Empire and Other Lingerings”, Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 36:2:269-282

Sensory scholarship
Young, Diana (2006) “The Colours of Things”, Tilley, C. et al (eds) The Sage Handbook of Material Culture, London: Sage, pp. 173-185 sensory ethnography.
Young, Michael W. (1998) Malinowski’s Kiriwina: Fieldwork Photography

1915–1918. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Yu, Henry (2006) “Review Essay: Is Vancouver the Future of the Past? Asian Migrants and White Supremacy”, Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 75(2):307-312

Zanker, Olaf and K. Kuneli (2010) BEYOND WRITING CULTURE. NY: Berghan Books. New ethnographic writing.

WALKING AS KNOWING. http://www.walkinginplace.org/converge/iprh/index.htm

AAA new ethnographic writing:



story of a famous photo taken during the U. S. war on Vietnam told from different perspectives (photographer, subject, audiences).


a wide selection of photos from an on-line course in photo ethnography focusing on urban poverty, gentrification, social exclusion.

Journals: Visual Anthropology, Visual Anthropology Review, Critique of Anthropology, Anthropologica, American Anthropologist, Canadian Journal of Native Studies.

Examples of photoessays:


(2) http://cc.joensuu.fi/sights/carol.htm

WALKING AS KNOWING. http://www.walkinginplace.org/converge/iprh/index.htm

story of a famous photo taken during the U. S. war on Vietnam told from different perspectives (photographer, subject, audiences).


a wide selection of photos from an on-line course in photo ethnography focusing on urban poverty, gentrification, social exclusion.

Journals: Visual Anthropology, Visual Anthropology Review, Critique of Anthropology, Anthropologica, American Anthropologist, Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Senses and Society, Cultural Anthropology, Liminalities, Storytelling, Text & Performance Quarterly, The Drama Review, Anthropology and Humanism.

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