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Contents Acknowledgments ix Participants in the Wenner-Gren Symposium xi Introduction: How Does Anthropology Work Today? Les W. Field and Richard G. Fox 1 1 Anthropological Collaborations in Colombia Joanne Rappaport 21 2 Gray Spaces and Endless Negotiations: Forensic Anthropology and Human Rights Mercedes Doretti and Jennifer Burrell 45 3 Collaborating to Meet the Goals of a Native Sovereign Nation: The Tule River Tribal History Project Gelya Frank 65 4 Doing Cultural Anthropology and Disability Studies in Rehabilitation Training and Research Contexts Pamela Block 85 5 In Praise of ¿Reckless Minds¿: Making a Case for Activist Anthropology Charles R. Hale 103 6 What Do Indicators Indicate? Reflections on the Trials and Tribulations of Using Food Aid to Promote Development in Haiti Drexel G. Woodson 129 7 Working Anthropology: A View from the Women¿s Research Arena Linda Basch 149 8 Potential Collaborations and Disjunctures in Australian Work Sites: An Experiential Rendering Sandy Toussaint 161 9 The Dilemmas of ¿Working¿ Anthropology in Twenty-first-Century India Nandini Sundar 181 10 Ethnographic Alchemy: Perspectives on Anthropological Work from Northern Madagascar Andrew Walsh 201 11 Reflections on the Symposium Douglas E. Foley 217 References 225 Index 253
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