The third theoretical contribution of this paper aim at clarifying, through an ethnographically
documented analysis of the case, the patterns of migration that resulted from the specific social and economical transformations of the researched area in the last two decades.
To read Mumbo Jumbo ethnographically
would require us to rethink our ideas of the form and function of folklore and ethnography.
U's debut performance at the Zeebelt was framed ethnographically
with attention given to background information concerning Klingon social, cultural, and artistic practices.
Jean-Pierre Esquenazi's "L'interpretation du Film" offers a good example; his previous work has been historically and ethnographically
inspired, similar to that of Claire Monk.
informed interviews and observations conducted with six Black middle and high school girls, Hip Hop's Li'l Sistas Speak explores how young women navigate the space of Hip Hop music and culture to form ideas concerning race, body, class, inequality, and privilege.
of Lisbon, Portugal), this collection is presented as an effort to ethnographically
sample experiences of religious pluralism and diversity in different "sites" of southern Europe, including spatial settings such as mosques and churches, spaces and itineraries of religious mobilities, and political arenas of religious contention.
In this volume, Tanya Zivkovic ethnographically
documents and analyzes master-disciple relationships in Darjeeling, India over a six-year period (2004-2010).
I am convinced that the Jewish experience, historically and ethnographically
, has much to offer broader social theorizing in anthropology in ethnicity, race, religion, gender and language.
Rewarding Alarcon for presenting Peru's recent history ethnographically
and pedagogically says more about the awarding institutions that legitimate his work than about the real space it occupies within the greater achievements of Latin American or United States literatures.
It is historically engaged, ethnographically
rich, theoretically sophisticated, and clearly born out of a rich personal history within the region.
These are important aspects of social analyses so long as they endure ethnographically
, and the status quo seems unlikely to change rapidly now that this language has become entrenched in punters' and industry's perceptions of themselves (Reith 1999; Schull 2012).
Instead, however, he has chosen to write a well-rounded, ethnographically
and scientifically grounded examination of the topic that is easily accessible to archaeologists who are not specialists in the study of millstones and milling.