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  1. Tutorial Week 2 3 items
    1. Syndemics

      Journal  First Issue of The Lancet “Syndemics Series” [See especially editorial and comments to editorial]

    2. Introduction to syndemics: a critical systems approach to public and community health - Merrill Singer ©2009

      Book  Singer, M., 2009. Introduction to Syndemics: A Critical Systems Approach to Public and Community Health (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass) [Chapter 1]

  2. Tutorial Week 4 2 items
    1. The metropolitan and mental life - G. Simmel

      Chapter Essential In: The Sociology of Georg Simmel. K. Wolff [ed]. New York: The Free Press.

    2. City of Details: Interpreting the Personality of London - Adam Reed 2002

      Article Essential In: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 8: 127-141.

  3. Tutorial Week 6 2 items
    1. How Native Is a "Native" Anthropologist? - Kirin Narayan 1993

      Article  Narayan, Kirin. How native is a ‘native’ anthropologist? American Anthropologist 95(3): 671-686, 1993.

    2. Anthropological locations: boundaries and grounds of a field science - Akhil Gupta, James Ferguson c1997

      Book  Passaro, Joanne. ‘You can’t take the subway to the field!’: ‘village’ epistemologies in the global village. In Akhil Gupta and James Ferguson (eds), Anthropological Locations: Boundaries and Grounds of a Field Science. University of California Press, pp. 147-162, 1997.

  4. Tutorial Week 8 1 item
    1. This tutorial will provide a chance to voice details, sketches and episodes from your own Encounters project, to see in each case what kinds of anthropological story might emerge and how we might go about telling it.

       

      Students are at various stages within their encounters, and the format of this tutorial will make it useful irrespective of what phase of a project has been reached. It may be useful in this session to work in smaller groups to discuss common issues arising from the particular stage reached with a project.

       

      There is no set reading for this tutorial. Instead, please come prepared to talk about some aspect of your project and having thought about how anthropologists go about telling stories to describe and convey the social world encountered around us.

  5. Tutorial Week 10 2 items
    1. Making Trash into Treasure: Struggles for Autonomy on a Brazilian Garbage Dump - Kathleen Millar 2008

      Article Essential In: Anthropology of Work Review, XXIX(2), pp.25-34.

    2. Untangling translocal urban textures of trash: plastics and plasticity in Addis Ababa - Caroline Knowles 2017

      Article  Knowles C. 2017. Untangling translocal urban textures of trash: plastics and plasticity in Addis Ababa. In: Social Anthropology, 25(3), pp. 288–300.

  6. Tutorial Workshops 5 items
    1. TUTORIAL WORKSHOP: ENCOUNTERS PAST AND PRESENT

      Friday Week 3, 11-12, Arts Lecture Theatre

      In this workshop, two honours students who have previously undertaken their own Ethnographic Encounters project will speak about their experience, tips for formulating and conducting a successful project and be available to respond to any questions.

    2. TUTORIAL WORKSHOP: FORMULATING AN ENCOUNTERS PROJECT I

       Friday Week 5, 11-12, Arts Lecture Theatre

      This is the first of the two workshops devoted to formulating your Ethnographic Encounters project. You will work in small groups and develop ideas and possibilities for your proposed project. We will also cover issues of planning the project work, and questions of the scale and scope in formulating a project. Please come prepared to the workshop having thought of some preliminary ideas.

    3. TUTORIAL WORKSHOP: FORMULATING AN ENCOUNTERS PROJECT II
      Friday Week 7, 11-12, School VI

      This is the second of two workshops devoted to formulating your Ethnographic Encounters project. You will work in small groups and discuss the practicalities of your coming fieldwork project. Please come prepared having made some more decisions and raise any questions you might have about your project.

    4. TUTORIAL WORKSHOP: TELLING & SUPPORTING AN ETHNOGRAPHIC ENCOUNTER

      Friday Week 9, 11-12, Arts Lecture Theatre

      This workshop will provide a further chance to voice details, sketches and episodes from your own Encounters project, to see in each case what kinds of anthropological story might emerge and how we might go about telling it. Please come preparedto talk about some aspect of your project and having thought about how anthropologists go about telling stories to describe and convey the social world encountered around us.

    5. TUTORIAL WORKSHOP: SHOWCASING ETHNOGRAPHIC ENCOUNTERS

      Friday Week 11, 11am-1pm, Byre Theatre

      This final session provides an opportunity for willing students to briefly present their Ethnographic Encounters project to an audience of past and present SA2002 students, research students & Social Anthropology lecturers, and to contribute to a wider discussion of the value of undergraduate anthropological fieldwork.

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