Table of contents for Anthropology put to work / edited by Les W. Field and Richard G. Fox.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Applied anthropology.