Oct 06, 2022
Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author
Posted by Clifford Geertz

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  • Title: Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author
  • Author: Clifford Geertz
  • ISBN: 9780804717472
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
↠ Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author ✓ Clifford Geertz, Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author, Clifford Geertz, Works and Lives The Anthropologist as Author The illusion that ethnography is a matter of sorting strange and irregular facts into familiar and orderly categories this is magic that is technology has long since been exploded What it is instead however is less clear That it might be a kind of writing putting things to paper has now and then occurred to those engaged in producing it consuming

↠ Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author ✓ Clifford Geertz - Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author, Works and Lives The Anthropologist as Author The illusion that ethnography is a matter of sorting strange and irregular facts into familiar and orderly categories this is magic that is technology has long since been exploded What it is instead

Conor

An amazing mix of literary criticism and ethnological overview I was worried that since I haven t read most of the source material, that I d be a bit in the dark, but Geertz does an excellent job of making the writings in question and even the work of Foucault and Barthes that he uses to look at them accessible.As an added bonus, for me at least, this appears to be the unmentioned source text for an ethnographic methods course I took a few years back Whereas that was fairly ham fisted and mostly [...]


Alene

Geertz is my favorite anthropologist and in this text talks about how anthropologists write admittedly, he writes aesthetically than most, and has been accused of being non objective, but no anthropologist can report on a culture without the bias of his upbringing He doesn t exaggerate, or fabricate, but relays things as he sees them as beautiful, fascinating, sensual, etc He s an artist really.


A

Ignoro qu tan conveniente es leer un libro acerca de la autor a de ciertas etnograf as cuando a n no las he le do M nimamente me ha servido de fuente de sugerencias de lectura M ximamente me pareci bastante esclaceredora la discusi n que hace sobre c mo se manifiesta la relaci n entre autor a y sujeto descrito a trav s de la narrativa etnogr fica y del papel de la misma en la conformaci n de la disciplina Geertz describe el car cter co occurrente, concurrente y mutuamente interferente de los tex [...]


Roby

An important resource for anthropologists.


Oliver Terrones

Texto cl sico para entender la deconstrucci n literaria norteamericana en la teor a antropol gica Lo que de alg n modo puede llevarnos a la etnograf a art stica.


Franditya

karya geertz ini seolah ingin melebur dikotomi antara pengarang dan penulis dalam sebuah narasi etnografis Antropologi sebagai etnosains sejak 1920 an telah menghadapi kebingungan epistmologi dalam menentukan subjek kajian karya karya antropolog klasik yang ditelaah Geertz dalam buku ini mencerminkan peluang bagi etnosains menapaki lembaran baru etnografi, tantangan bagi Antropologi melihat manusia mengorganisasikan pengalaman pengalaman dan gagasan dalam sejarah materialisme.


Lytle

Meta anthropologists are, at the end of their fieldwork, allowed to take on the name Clifford signifying a special combination of observing from the cliff and participating as one fords the river of fieldwork.



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