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Socialantropologisk metod

Antropologisk metod sätter fältarbetet i fokus. Denna kurs är inriktad på hur fältarbete bedrivs, på olika former av kunskapsinsamling och på vad deltagande observation innebär i praktiken.

Kursen omfattar både det praktiska utförandet och insamlandet av data i fält och de teoretiska, praktiska och etiska aspekterna av skrivandet. Deltagarna ges möjlighet att träna på att utföra de olika moment som ingår i fältarbetet.

  • Schema

    Schema finns tillgängligt senast en månad före kursstart. Vi rekommenderar inte utskrift av scheman då vissa ändringar kan ske. Vid kursstart meddelar utbildningsansvarig institution var du hittar ditt schema under utbildningen.

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  • Kurslitteratur

    Observera att kurslitteraturen kan ändras fram till två månader före kursstart.

    Autumn 2020

    Books

    Aull Davies, Charlotte (2007). Reflexive Ethnography, A Guide to Researching Selves and Others. London: Routledge

    Borneman, John and Hammoudi Abdellah (red.) (2009). Being There: A Fieldwork Encounter and the Making of Truth. University of California Press. (selection 100-150 pages) 

    Coleman, Simon and Peter Collins (eds). (2006). Locating the Field: Space, Place and Context in Anthropology. Oxford/New York: Berg. (selection 100-150 pages)

    Pink, Sarah. 2015. Doing Sensory Ethnography. 2nd ed. London: Sage Publication Ltd. [e-book] (selection, 80 pages)

    Stoller, Paul. 1989. The Taste of Ethnographic Things: The Senses in Anthropology. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. [e-book] (selection, 28 pages)

    Tuhiwai Smith, Linda (2012). Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples. London: Zed Books. (selection 60-80 pages) 

    Articles and online resources

    Nader, Laura (2011). Ethnography as theory. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 1 (1)

    Pollard, Amy (2009). Field of screams: difficulty and ethnographic fieldwork. Anthropology Matters Journal, Vol 11(2): 1-24  

    American Anthropological Association (ASA). 2012. Principles of Professional Responsibility http://ethics.americananthro.org/category/statement/ 

    Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and the Commonwealth (ASA). 2011. Ethical Guidelines for good research practice
    https://theasa.org/downloads/ASA%20ethics%20guidelines%202011.pdf 

    Allegra Lab. 2017. Violence and Vulnerability in Anthropology
    http://allegralaboratory.net/violence-vulnerability-anthropology/

    Metooanthro resources (selection) https://metooanthro.org/resources/ 

    Sage Research Methods: Cases in Anthropology (selection)
    http://methods.sagepub.com/Cases

    Student selection 

    Students will also identify methods literature that is applicable to their upcoming fieldwork (50-200 pages). These can be selected from recommended literature, and/or other sources.  

    Recommended literature:

    Banks, Marcus & David Zeitlyn (2015). Visual Methods in Social Research, 2nd edition. London: SAGE

    Candea, Matei (2007). Arbitrary locations: in defence of the bounded field-site. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 13,: 167-184.

    Cerwonka, Allaine and Liisa Malkki (2007). Improvising Theory, Process and Temporality in Ethnographic Fieldwork. University of Chicago Press. 

    Collins, S. G., M. Durington, P. F. Favero, K. Harper, A. Kenner, and C. O’Donnell. 2017. “Ethnographic Apps/Apps as Ethnography.” Anthropology Now 9 (1): 102–118

    Favero, Paolo (2013). Picturing Life-Worlds in the City. Notes for a Slow, Aimless and Playful Visual Ethnography. Archivio Antropologico Mediterraneo, 15 (2)

    Hage, Ghassan (2005). A not so multi-sited ethnography of a not so imagined community. Anthropological Theory, 5:463

    Hammersley, Martin och Paul Atkinson (2003). Ethnography, Principles in Practice. Third edition. London: Routledge .

    Hannerz, Ulf. (2003). Being there … and there … and there!. Ethnography, 4(2), p 201-216 

    Hine, Christine (2015). Ethnography for the Internet: embedded, embodied and everyday. London: Bloomsbury

    Irving, Andrew. (2013). Bridges: A New Sense of Scale. The Senses and Society 8 (3): 290-313. Doi: 10.2752/174589313X13712175020514. 

    Kozinets, Robert. (2015). Netnography: redefined. 2nd ed. London: SAGE

    Moore, Sally Falk (2005). Comparisons: Possible and impossible. Annual Review of Anthropology, 34: 1-11.

    Nader, Laura. (1972). Up the Anthropologist—Perspectives Gained from Studying Up. In Reinventing Anthropology. Dell Hymes, ed, 284-311. New York: Pantheon Books.

    Pink, S., H. Horst, J. Postill, L. Hjorth, T. Lewis, and J. Tacchi. 2016. Digital Ethnography. Principles and Practice. Los Angeles: Sage

    Priyadharshini, Esther (2003). Coming Unstuck: Thinking Otherwise about ‘Studying Up.’ Anthropology & Education Quarterly 34(4):420-437.

    O'Dell, Tom and Willim, Robert. (2013). Transcription and the Senses. The Senses and Society 8 (3): 314-334. Doi: 10.2752/174589313X13712175020550.

    Okely, Judith och Helen Callaway (eds.) (1992). Anthropology and Autobiography. London: Routledge.

    Rabinow, Paul (1971/2007). Reflections on Fieldwork in Morocco. University of California Press.

    Rodineliussen, Rasmus (2017) Visual Methods to Study the Underwater World. Scuba Divers and a Sensorial Experience of Water. Anthrovision, 5.2. 1-14

    Simpson, Bob (2009). Messages from the Field. Anthropology Today 25 (5): 1-3.

    Stoller, Paul (1997). Sensuous Scholarship. University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia.

    Vannini, Phillip (ed). (2020). The Routledge International Handbook of Ethnographic Film and Video. New York: Routledge.

    van Ede, Yolanda. (2009). Sensuous Anthropology: Sense and Sensibility and the Rehabilitation of Skill. Anthropological Notebooks 15 (2): 61-75.

    Yamba, Bawa Christian (1985). Other cultures other anthropologists: the experiences of an African fieldworker. African Research and Documentation 37:1-20.