Touristing home: muddy fields in native anthropology
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In this paper, I explore dilemmas of conducting fieldwork at home. Using examples of my field and analytical notes, I illustrate the emotional, affective charge the process of ethnographic writing can take, especially when one positions herself as a feminist and attempts to produce feminist work. I argue that there is value in allowing ourselves to inhabit this messy analytical space and to use this experience as a basis for useful theorizing.
Câmpeanu, C. N. (2010) 'Touristing home: muddy fields in native anthropology', Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice, 2(2), pp.15-29.
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