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Métodos de Pesquisa em Antropologia (2º Ciclo) (1 º Sem 2018/2019)



    Faubion, James D. e George E. Marcus, orgs., 2009, Fieldwork is Not What it Used to Be. Learning Anthropology's Method in a Time of Transition, Ithaca e Londres, Cornell University; 
    Fox, Richard e King, Barbara, orgs., Anthropology beyond Culture, Oxford/ N.Y, Berg; pp. 37-60;
    MacClancy, Jeremy, org., 2002, Exotic No More: Anthropology in the Front Lines, Chicago e Londres, The University of Chicago Press
    McLean, Athena e Annette Leibing, 2007, The Shadow Side of Fieldwork. Exploring the Blurred Borders Between Ethnography and Life, Oxford, Blackwell Publishing;
    Musharbash, Yasmine e Marcus Barber, orgs., 2011, Ethnography and the Production of Anthropological Knowledge. Essays in Honour of Nicholas Peterson, Canberra, ANU E Press;
    Robben, Antonius C.G.M. e Jeffrey A. Sluka, orgs., 2007, Ethnographical Fieldwork. An Anthropological Reader, Oxford, Blackwell Publishing;


    ♦ Al-Ali, Nadje, Richard Black, and Khalid Koser, 2001, "The Limits to 'Transnationalism': Bosnian and Eritrean Refugees in Europe as Emerging Transnational Communities", in Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 578-600;
    ♦ American Anthropological Association Statement on Ethics, available online at the 
    following web site: http://www.aaanet.org/stmts/ethstmnt.htm;
    ♦ Bangstad, Sindre, ed., 2017, Anthropology of our Times. An Edited Anthology in Public Anthropology, NY, Palgrave Macmilan;
    ♦ Bradiotti, Rosa, 1994, "Feminism by Any Other Name", with Judith Butler, in Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, 6(2-3): 27-61;
    ♦ Cody, Francis, 2016, "The obligation to act: Gender and reciprocity in political mobilization, in HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, vol.6, no. 3, pp. 179-199;
    ♦ Cunningham, Hilary, 1999, "The Ethnography of Transnational Social Activism: 
    Understanding the Global as Local Practice", in American Ethnologist, vol. 26, pp.583-604;
    ♦ Ensign, Josephine, 2003, "Ethical issues in qualitative health research with homeless youths", in  
    Philosophical and Ethical Issues, Oxford, Blackwell Publishing, pp. 43-50;
    ♦ Fassin, D. ,2008, "Compassion and Repression: The Moral Economy of Immigration Policies in France", in Cultural Anthropology, vol. 20, nº3, pp.362-387;
    ♦ Fluehr-Lobban, Carolyn, 2008, "Collaborative Anthropology as Twenty-first-Century Ethical Anthropology", in Collaborative Anthropologies, volume 1, pp. 175-182;
    ♦ de Haas, H.,2008, "The Myth of Invasion: the inconvenient realities of African migration to Europe", in Third World Quarterly, vol. 29, nº7, pp.1305-1322;
    ♦ HAU - Journal of Ethnographic Theory, varia;
    ♦    Kallius, Annastiina, Daniel Monterescu, Prem Kumar Rajaram, 2016, "Immobilizing mobility: Border ethnography, illiberal democracy, and the politics of the "refugee crisis" in Hungary", in American Ethnologist, vol. 43, no 1, pp. 25-37;
    ♦ Mathur, Nayanika, 2015, "'It's a conspiracy theory and climate change": Of beastly encounters and cervine disappearances in Himalayan India", in HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, vol.5, no 4, pp.87-11;
    ♦ Mentore, Laura, 2017, "The virtualism of "capacity building" workshops in indigenous Amazonia: Ethnography in the new middle grounds", in HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, vol.7, no. 2, pp.297-307;
    ♦    Ortner, Sherry B., 2016, "Dark anthropology and its others: Theory since the eighties," in HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, vol.6, no. 1, pp. 47-73; 
    ♦ Osterweil, Michal, "Rethinking Public Anthropology Through Epistemic Politics and Theoretical Practice", in Cultural Anthropology, vol. 28, no. 4, pp. 598-620;
    ♦ Pels, Peter, 2014, "After objectivity: An historical approach to the intersubjective in ethnography", in HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, vol.4, no.1, pp. 211-236;
    ♦ Perez, Rosa Maria, 2018, in print, "Notes from the field. Dalit women and the ambiguity of anthropological analysis", in Perez, Rosa Maria e Lina M. Fruzzetti, orgs., Women in the Field. Transdicisplinary Ethnography in India, Londres, Routledge;
    ♦ Perez, 2018, "Re-village. Os filhos de Hari", Prefácio, Reis e Intocáveis. Estudo do Sistema de Castas no Noroeste da Índia, ebook, Etnográfica Prees;
    ♦ Perez, Rosa Maria, 2018, "Provincializing Goa: Crossing Borders Through Nationalist Women", in InterDISCIPLINARY Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, vol.7, pp. 225-240;  
    ♦ Perez, Rosa Maria, 2013, O Tulsi e a Cruz. Antropologia e Colonialismo em Goa, Lisboa, Temas e Debates;
    ♦ Perez, Rosa Maria, 2010, "Body and Culture. Fieldwork experiences in India", Portuguese Studies,
    ♦ Riles, Anne-Lise, 1998, "Infinity Within the Brackets", in American Ethnologist, vol.25, pp.378-398; 
    ♦ Sopranzetti, C., 2014, "Owners of the Map: Mobility and Mobilization among Motorcycle Taxi Drivers in Bangkok", in City and Society, vol 26(1), pp. 120-14;
    ♦ Visweswaran, Kamala, 1997, "Histories of Feminist Ethnography", in Annual Review of Anthropology, vol. 26: 591-621.