ISBN-10:
1138914533
ISBN-13:
9781138914537
Pub. Date:
11/02/2015
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Applied Anthropology: Unexpected Spaces, Topics and Methods / Edition 1

Applied Anthropology: Unexpected Spaces, Topics and Methods / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9781138914537
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 11/02/2015
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Sheena Nahm is an Adjunct Professor (Anthropology and Sociology) at The New School for Public Engagement, USA. She is also Director of Senderos, a parent and community engagement program.

Cortney Hughes Rinker is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at George Mason University, USA.

Table of Contents

Introduction: What is Unexpected Anthropology? (Sheena Nahm and Cortney Hughes Rinker) Part One: Unexpected Spaces 1. Otherworldly Anthropology: Past, Present, and Future Contributions of Ethnographers to Space Exploration (Jo Aiken) 2. Remembering and Re-Membering: Lived Experience of Military Service Members in Rehabilitation (Deborah A. Murphy) 3. Navigating the Boundaries of an Anthropological Education in a Non-Profit World (Chelsey Dyer) Part Two: Unexpected Topics 4. The FAIR Money Collective (Michael Scroggins) 5. On Embedded Action Anthropology and How One Thing Leads to Another by Chance (Jonathan L. Zilberg) 6. Faculty Development as Applied Educational Anthropology (Lauren Miller Griffith) 7. Islam and Dying in the United States: How Anthropology Contributes to Culturally Competent Care at the End-of-Life (Cortney Hughes Rinker) Part Three: Unexpected Methods 8. Time and the Method of the Unexpected (Sheena Nahm) 9. Ethnographic Explorations of Intellectual Property Claims to Yoga: A Series of Unexpected Events (Allison E. Fish) 10. Surviving Academia 2.0: Lessons Learned from Practicing Hybrid Anthropology (Sheena Nahm and Cortney Hughes Rinker) Conclusion: The Unexpected and The Future of Anthropology (Susan Trencher)

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