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Collaborative Anthropologies
Edited by Charles Menzies, Susan Hyatt, and Karen Quintiliani

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Collaborative Anthropologies is a forum for dialogue with a special focus on the complex collaborations between and among researchers and research participants/interlocutors. It features essays that are descriptive as well as analytical, from all subfields of anthropology and closely related disciplines, and that present a diversity of perspectives on collaborative research.
 
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Volume 6 (2013)

Editors' Introduction
 
Collaborative Linguistic Research
Collaborating on Language: Contrasting the Theory and Practice of Collaboration in Linguistics and Anthropology
Sarah Shulist
 
Collaborative Ethnographies of Music and Sound
Guest Edited by Amber R. Clifford-Napoleone
Introduction
Amber R. Clifford-Napoleone
 
Reconciling Geppetto: Collaboration, (Re)-Creation, and Deception in the Practice of Hip Hop Music Ethnography
Anthony Kwame Harrison
 
Voicing the Domestic: Senegalese Sufi Women's Musical Practice, Feminine Interior Worlds, and Possibilities for Ethnographic Listening
Ali Colleen Neff
 
Work in the Field: Public Ethnomusicology and Collaborative Professionalism
Rebekah E. Moore
 
Turning the Song: Music, Power, and the Aesthetics of Collaboration
Angela Glaros
 
The Fiddle's Voice: Timbre, Musical Learning, and Collaborative Ethnography in Central and Inner Asia
Margarethe Adams
 
Commentary
Standing on the Shore with Saaban: An Anthropological Rapprochement with an Indigenous Intellectual Tradition
Charles R. Menzies
 
Issues in Student Fieldwork
Reflections through Reflexivity: Why My Collaborative Research Project in Arctic Labrador Did Not Work
Mark S. Dolson
 
Collaborative Processes across and within Disciplinary Boundaries
Guest Edited by Sandy Toussaint
Introduction
Sandy Toussaint
 
My Life as a Chameleon: Finding the Anthropological Self through Interdisciplinary Collaboration
Hedda Askland
 
Anthropology, Linguistics, and the Vicissitudes of Interdisciplinary Collaboration
Alan Rumsey
 
A Research Practice Like Escher's Drawing Hands: Reflections on Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries on Lake Como, Italy
Sarah Laborde
 
Anthropology, Community Development, and Public Policy: The Case of the Kaiela Planning Council
Michael Tynan
 
Laws, Customs, and Practices in Australian Native Title
Michael O'Kane
 
The Dynamics of Collaborative Research Relationships: Examples from the Warlpiri Songlines Project
Georgia Curran
 
Song, Land, and Ceremony: Interpreting the Place of Songs as Evidence for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land Claims
Grace Koch and Alexandra Crowe
 
Science, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, and Anthropology: Managing the Impacts of Mining in Papua New Guinea
Martha Macintyre and Simon Foale
 
Science Field Shops to Reduce Climate Vulnerabilities: An Inter- and Trans-Disciplinary Educational Commitment
Yunita T. Winarto and Kees Stigter
 
Book Reviews
Darcy C. Stapp, ed. Action Anthropology and Sol Tax in 2012: The Final Word?
Larry Nesper
 
Amy Lonetree. Decolonizing Museums: Representing Native America in National and Tribal Museums
Catherine A. Nichols and Nancy J. Parezo
 
Sonya Atalay. Community-Based Archaeology: Research with, by and for Indigenous and Local Communities
Eldon Yellowhorn
 
Monica Konrad, ed. Collaborators Collaborating: Counterparts in Anthropological Knowledge and International Research Relations
Nolan Kline
 
Linda Tuhiwai Smith. Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples, 2nd ed.
Sara McDonough
 
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