By Sarit K Chaudhuri,Sucheta Sen Chaudhuri
Fieldwork in South Asia is a worthwhile try to hear and study from the thoughts and demanding moments of fieldwork performed through anthropologists, sociologists, or even historians from South Asia. The essays lead in the direction of a deeper realizing of matters of fieldwork positioned in quite a few box websites throughout South Asia with no assuming or using fastened normative principles for the total zone. within the approach, the amount permits the reader to have an choice to find or relocate ethnographic or different kinds of texts within the context of starting to be methodological contours and dilemmas within the social science.
Above all, this can be a booklet approximately relationships—multi-layered relationships between humans encountered within the box, the ethnographic courting itself, with all its own uncooked edges, and dating with the land or even non-human realms.
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Fieldwork in South Asia: Memories, Moments, and Experiences by Sarit K Chaudhuri,Sucheta Sen Chaudhuri