3-0200 HOW DOES ANTHROPOLOGY KNOW? ETHNOGRAPHIC FIELDWORK AND the CO-PRODUCTION of KNOWLEDGE
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Reviewed By: American Ethnological Society
Thursday, November 21, 2013: 8:00 AM-11:45 AM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students, Those involved in mentoring activities
Organizers:  Bob W White (University of Montreal and University of Montreal)
Chairs:  Kiven Strohm (Trent University)
Discussants:  Corinne A Kratz (Emory Univ)
8:00 AM
8:15 AM
“Where Does the Field Site Begin? The Margins of the fieldworker’s ontogenesis”
Jo„o Pina-Cabral (University of Kent and Instituto de CiÍncias Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa)
8:45 AM
9:15 AM
Discussion
9:30 AM
Break
10:00 AM
What Does It Mean to Co-Produce Knowledge?
Luke Eric Lassiter (Marshall University)
10:15 AM
Intersubjectivity Among the Vines: History, Co-Subjects and the Production of Winegrowing Knowledge
Robert C Ulin (Rochester Institute of Technology and Rochester Institute of Technology)
11:00 AM
Discussant
Corinne A Kratz (Emory Univ)
11:15 AM
Discussion
11:30 AM
Discussion