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Fieldwork in South Asia: memories, moments and experiences

de Chaudhuri, Sarit K. (éd.) ; Chaudhuri, Sucheta Sen (éd.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XX-377) : ill., jaquette. ill. en coul. ; 23 cmÉdition: New Delhi : Sage Publications India, 2014, cop. 2014.ISBN: 9788132117421.Contenu: List of Abbreviations (p.XI) -- Foreword / Felix Padel (p.XIII) -- Preface / Chaudhuri, Sarit K., Chaudhuri, Sucheta Sen (p.XVII) -- Introduction: Evolving Concerns of Fieldwork / Sarit K. Chaudhuri and Sucheta Sen Chaudhuri (p.1) -- Section I: Experience of South Asian Nations -- Chapter I. A historian/Anthropologist amongst the Garos of Bangladesh / Ellen Bal (p.19) -- Chapter 2. Power and Authority in the Field / Aliu Khan (p.31) -- Chapter 3. Story of my Research in Bhutan / A.C. Sinha (p.70) -- Chapter 4. Remembering Fieldwork Histories / Mandy Sadan (p.88) -- Chapter 5. Fields of Working Knowledge / Ben Campbell (p.106) -- Chapter 6. Reflections on Fieldwork in Three Cultures / Arjun Gineratne (p.122) -- Chapter 7. Return to Rengsanggri / Robbins Burling (p.145) -- Section II. The Indian Experience -- Chapter 8. Researching Garo Death Rites / Erik de Maaker (p.167) -- Chapter 9. Memories and Reflections on Ethnographic Fieldwork in 'Conflict' Setting / Debojyoti Das (p.186) -- Chapter 10. In Search of Storytellers among the Khiamniungan Nagas / Anungla Aier (p.220) -- Chapter 11. Experiencing Mortuary Practices in an Anthropological Journey / Gautam Kumar Bera (p.233) -- Chapter 12. Making Senses of the Organizations and the Experiences of Anthropological Practices in a University of India / Arnab Das (p.241) -- Chapter 13. Tales of Everyday Politics in West Bengal / Suman Nazth and Bhaskar Chakrabarti (p.262) -- Chapter 14. Doing Fieldwork and Discovering Harijan Art in Madhubani / Neel Rekha (p.276) -- Chapter 15. Memories of My Third Visit to the Nicobar Archipelago / Vijoy S. Sahay (p.295) -- Chapter 16. Discoveringcthe Self and Others in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh / Abeer Gupta (p.321) -- Chapter 17. Dialogue on Indigenous Studies and Fieldwork in India / Daniel J. Rycroft and Ganesh Devy (p.339) -- Glossary (p.361) -- About the Editors and Contributors (p.365) -- Index (p.371)Thématique spécifique: Expérience | Anthropologie | Vie sociale | Recherche sur le terrain | Terrain scientifiqueGéographique: Asie du sud | Bouthan | Bengale | Jammu et Cachemire | Bangladesh | Himalaya | Inde | LadakhEthnique: Garo | NagaType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Inde
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List of Abbreviations (p.XI) -- Foreword / Felix Padel (p.XIII) -- Preface / Chaudhuri, Sarit K., Chaudhuri, Sucheta Sen (p.XVII) -- Introduction: Evolving Concerns of Fieldwork / Sarit K. Chaudhuri and Sucheta Sen Chaudhuri (p.1) -- Section I: Experience of South Asian Nations -- Chapter I. A historian/Anthropologist amongst the Garos of Bangladesh / Ellen Bal (p.19) -- Chapter 2. Power and Authority in the Field / Aliu Khan (p.31) -- Chapter 3. Story of my Research in Bhutan / A.C. Sinha (p.70) -- Chapter 4. Remembering Fieldwork Histories / Mandy Sadan (p.88) -- Chapter 5. Fields of Working Knowledge / Ben Campbell (p.106) -- Chapter 6. Reflections on Fieldwork in Three Cultures / Arjun Gineratne (p.122) -- Chapter 7. Return to Rengsanggri / Robbins Burling (p.145) -- Section II. The Indian Experience -- Chapter 8. Researching Garo Death Rites / Erik de Maaker (p.167) -- Chapter 9. Memories and Reflections on Ethnographic Fieldwork in 'Conflict' Setting / Debojyoti Das (p.186) -- Chapter 10. In Search of Storytellers among the Khiamniungan Nagas / Anungla Aier (p.220) -- Chapter 11. Experiencing Mortuary Practices in an Anthropological Journey / Gautam Kumar Bera (p.233) -- Chapter 12. Making Senses of the Organizations and the Experiences of Anthropological Practices in a University of India / Arnab Das (p.241) -- Chapter 13. Tales of Everyday Politics in West Bengal / Suman Nazth and Bhaskar Chakrabarti (p.262) -- Chapter 14. Doing Fieldwork and Discovering Harijan Art in Madhubani / Neel Rekha (p.276) -- Chapter 15. Memories of My Third Visit to the Nicobar Archipelago / Vijoy S. Sahay (p.295) -- Chapter 16. Discoveringcthe Self and Others in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh / Abeer Gupta (p.321) -- Chapter 17. Dialogue on Indigenous Studies and Fieldwork in India / Daniel J. Rycroft and Ganesh Devy (p.339) -- Glossary (p.361) -- About the Editors and Contributors (p.365) -- Index (p.371)

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