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  Volume 6, 2013

Table of Contents

Editors’ Introduction

pp. ix-xii

Collaborative Linguistic Research

Collaborating on Language: Contrasting the Theory and Practice of Collaboration in Linguistics and Anthropology

pp. 1-29

Collaborative Ethnographies of Music and Sound

Guest Edited by Amber R. Clifford-Napoleone


pp. 31-37

Reconciling Geppetto: Collaboration, (Re-)Creation, and Deception in the Practice of Hip Hop Music Ethnography

pp. 38-72

Voicing the Domestic: Senegalese Sufi Women’s Musical Practice, Feminine Interior Worlds, and Possibilities for Ethnographic Listening

pp. 73-102

Work in the Field: Public Ethnomusicology and Collaborative Professionalism

pp. 103-129

Turning the Song: Music, Power, and the Aesthetics of Collaboration

pp. 130-148

The Fiddle’s Voice: Timbre, Musical Learning, and Collaborative Ethnography in Central and Inner Asia

pp. 149-169


Standing on the Shore with Saaban: An Anthropological Rapprochement with an Indigenous Intellectual Tradition

pp. 171-199

Issues in Student Fieldwork

Reflections through Reflexivity: Why My Collaborative Research Project in Arctic Labrador Did Not Work

pp. 201-236

Collaborative Processes Across and Within Disciplinary Boundaries

Guest Edited by Sandy Toussaint


pp. 237-243

My Life as a Chameleon: Finding the Anthropological Self through Interdisciplinary Collaboration

pp. 244-267

Anthropology, Linguistics, and the Vicissitudes of Interdisciplinary Collaboration

pp. 268-289

A Research Practice Like Escher’s Drawing Hands: Reflections on Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries on Lake Como, Italy

pp. 290-306

Anthropology, Community Development, and Public Policy: The Case of the Kaiela Planning Council

pp. 307-333

Laws, Customs, and Practices in Australian Native Title

pp. 334-352

The Dynamics of Collaborative Research Relationships: Examples from the Warlpiri Songlines Project

pp. 353-372

Song, Land, and Ceremony: Interpreting the Place of Songs as Evidence for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land Claims

pp. 373-398

Science, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, and Anthropology: Managing the Impacts of Mining in Papua New Guinea

pp. 399-418

Science Field Shops to Reduce Climate Vulnerabilities: An Inter- and Trans-Disciplinary Educational Commitment

pp. 419-441

Book Reviews

Action Anthropology and Sol Tax in 2012: The Final Word? edited by Darcy C. Stapp (review)

pp. 442-447

Decolonizing Museums: Representing Native America in National and Tribal Museums by Amy Lonetree (review)

pp. 447-450

Community-Based Archaeology: Research with, by and for Indigenous and Local Communities by Sonya Atalay (review)

pp. 450-454

Collaborators Collaborating: Counterparts in Anthropological Knowledge and International Research Relations edited by Monica Konrad (review)

pp. 454-458

Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples by Linda Tuhiwai Smith (review)

pp. 458-464

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