Theory can be more than it used to be [electronic resource] : learning anthropology's method in a time of transition / edited by Dominic Boyer, James D. Faubion, and George E. Marcus.

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      Ethnography, fieldwork, theorization -- Portable analytics and lateral theory / Dominic Boyer and Cymene Howe -- On programmatics / James D. Faubion -- The ambitions of theory work in the production of contemporary anthropological research / George E. Marcus -- Theorizing the present ethnographically / Andreas Glaeser -- Trans-formations of theory / Kaushik Sunder Rajan -- Figuring out theory: ethnographic sketches / Kim Fortun -- Pedagogy, training, analytical method -- Responses -- Theory as parallax and provocation / Andrea Ballestero -- Undisciplined engagements: anthropology, ethnography, theory / Lisa Breglia -- Theory-making: from the raw to the cooked / Jessica Marie Falcone -- People in glass cages (shouldn't throw theoretical stones) / Jamer Hunt -- Ethnography and social theory: a dialectic to hang our hats on / Townsend Middleton -- Theory as method / Deepa S. Reddy -- Dialogue -- Encountering and engaging theory (or not) -- Theory in the positive sense of the term -- Teaching theory and analytical method.
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      Includes bibliographical references and index.
      Access is available to current Cairn University students, faculty and staff.
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