Encountering Morocco - 
      David Crawford
    
      Rachel Newcomb
    
      Kevin Dwyer
    
      Kevin Dwyer
    
      David Mcmurray
    
      Katherine E. Hoffman
    
      Paul A. Silverstein
    
      Emilio Spadola
    
      Jamila Bargach
    
      Charlotte van den Hout

Encountering Morocco

Fieldwork and Cultural Understanding

David Crawford (Redaktør) ; Rachel Newcomb (Redaktør) ; Kevin Dwyer (Innledning) ; Kevin Dwyer (Innledning) ; David Mcmurray (Innledning) ; Katherine E. Hoffman (Innledning) ; Paul A. Silverstein (Innledning) ; Emilio Spadola (Innledning) ; Jamila Bargach (Innledning) ; Charlotte van den Hout (Innledning)

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Forlag: Indiana University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 296
ISBN: 9780253009111
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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Acknowledgments
Introduction \ David Crawford and Rachel Newcomb
1. Arabic or French? The Politics of Parole at a Psychiatric Hospital in Morocco \ Charlotte E. van den Hout
2. Time, Children, and Getting Ethnography Done in Southern Morocco \ Karen Rignall
3. Thinking about Class and Status in Morocco \ David A. McMurray
4. Forgive Me, Friend: Mohammed and Ibrahim \ Emilio Spadola
5. Suspicion, Secrecy, and Uncomfortable Negotiations over Knowledge Production in Southwestern Morocco \ Katherine E. Hoffman
6. The Activist and the Anthropologist \ Paul A. Silverstein
7. A Distant Episode: Religion and Belief in Moroccan Ethnography \ Rachel Newcomb
8. Shortcomings of a Reflexive Tool Kit; or, Memoir of an Undutiful Daughter \ Jamila Bargach
9. Reflecting on Moroccan Encounters: Meditations on Home, Genre, and the Performance of Everyday Life \ Deborah Kapchan
10. The Power of Babies \ David Crawford
11. Anthropologists among Moroccans \ Kevin Dwyer
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David Crawford is Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Fairfield University, and author of Moroccan Households in the World Economy: Labor and Inequality in a Berber Village.

Rachel Newcomb is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Rollins College and author of Women of Fes: Ambiguities of Life in Urban Morocco.