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Acknowledgments
Fieldwork in Cultural Anthropology: An Introduction
Jeffrey S. Sluka and Antonius C.G.M. Robben
Part I Beginnings
Antonius C.G.M. Robben
1 The Observation of Savage Peoples
Joseph-Marie Degérando
2 The Methods of Ethnology
Franz Boas
3 Method and Scope of Anthropological Fieldwork
Bronislaw Malinowski
Part II Fieldwork Identity
Antonius C.G.M. Robben
4 A Woman Going Native
Hortense Powdermaker
5 Sex, Color, and Rites of Passage in Ethnographic Research
Norris Brock Johnson
6 Walking the Fire Line: The Erotic Dimension of the Fieldwork Experience 
Kate Altork
7 Self-Conscious Anthropology
Anthony P. Cohen
Part III Fieldwork Relations and Rapport
Jeffrey A. Sluka
8 Champukwi of the Village of the Tapirs
Charles Wagley
9 Behind Many Masks: Ethnography and Impression Management
Gerald D. Berreman
10 Ethnographic Seduction, Transference, and Resistance in Dialogues about Terror and Violence in Argentina
Antonius C.G.M. Robben
Part IV The Other Talks Back
Jeffrey A. Sluka
11 Custer Died for Your Sins
Vine Deloria, Jr.
12 Here Come the Anthros
Cecil King
13 When They Read What the Papers Say We Wrote
Ofra Greenberg
14 Ire in Ireland
Nancy Scheper-Hughes
Part V Conflicts, Hazards, and Dangers in Fieldwork
Jeffrey A. Sluka
15 Ethnology in a Revolutionary Setting
June Nash
16 Human Hazards of Fieldwork
Nancy Howell
17 War on the Front Lines
Carolyn Nordstrom
18 Reflections on Managing Danger in Fieldwork: Dangerous Anthropology in Belfast
Jeffrey A. Sluka
Part VI Ethics
Jeffrey A. Sluka
19 The Life and Death of Project Camelot
Irving Louis Horowitz
20 Confronting the Ethics of Ethnography: Lessons From Fieldwork in Central America
Philippe Bourgois
21 Ethics versus ¿Realism¿ in Anthropology
Gerald D. Berreman
22 Healing Dilemmas
Donald Pollock
23 Code of Ethics
American Anthropological Association
Part VII Multi-Sited Fieldwork
Antonius C.G.M. Robben
24 Beyond ¿Culture¿: Space, Identity, and the Politics of Difference 
Akhil Gupta and James Ferguson
25 Afghanistan, Ethnography, and the New World Order
David B. Edwards
26 Being there¿ and there¿ and there! Reflections on Multi-Site Ethnography
Ulf Hannerz
27 Ethnography in/of Transnational Processes: Following Gyres in the Worlds of Big Science and European Integration
Stacia E. Zabusky
Part VIII Sensorial Fieldwork
Antonius C.G.M. Robben
28 Balinese Character
Gregory Bateson and Margaret Mead
29 The Taste of Ethnographic Things
Paul Stoller and Cheryl Olkes
30 Dialogic Editing: Interpreting How Kaluli Read Sound and Sentiment
Steven Feld
31 Senses
Michael Herzfeld
Part IX Reflexive Ethnography
Antonius C.G.M. Robben
32 Fieldwork and Friendship in Morocco
Paul Rabinow
33 Tuhami: Portrait of a Moroccan
Vincent Crapanzano
34 The Way Things Are Said
Jeanne Favret-Saada
35 On Ethnographic Authority
James Clifford
Part X Fictive Fieldwork and Fieldwork Novels
Jeffrey A. Sluka
36 Return to Laughter 
Elenore Smith Bowen
37 The Teachings of Don Juan
Carlos Castaneda
38 Shabono: A True Adventure in the Remote and Magical Heart of the South American Jungle
Florinda Donner
Index
Acknowledgments
The editors and publishers gratefully acknowledge the permission granted to reproduce the copyright material in this book:
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Ethnology -- Field work.