Ethnologia Europaea 44.2

Edited by Regina Bendix and Marie Sandberg

Ethnologia Europaea 44.2

Edited by Regina Bendix and Marie Sandberg

Distributed for Museum Tusculanum Press

107 pages | 7 halftones | 6 1/2 x 9 1/2 | © 2015
Paper $30.00 ISBN: 9788763542630 Published June 2015 NFS UK, IRELAND, AND SCANDINAVIA
Ethnologia Europaea is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal with a focus on European cultures and societies. It publishes material of interest not only for European ethnologists and anthropologists, but also for sociologists, social historians, and scholars of cultural studies. The journal was launched in 1967 and in the ensuing decades has acquired a central position in international and interdisciplinary cooperation among scholars within and outside Europe.
Contents
Marie Sandberg
Ethnologia Europaea Revisited: launching future Ethnologies. An Introduction
 
Tine Damsholt and Astrid Pernille Jepersen
Innovation, Resistance or Tinkering. Rearticulating Everyday Life in an Ethnological Perspective
 
Anders Kristian Munk and Torben Elgaard Jensen
Revisiting the Histories of Mapping. Is there a Future for a Cartographic Ethnology?
 
Frida Hastrup
Analogue Analysis. Ethnography as Inventive Conversation
 
Karin Gustavsson
Returning to the Archive in Search of Everyday Practices in Fieldwork
 
Signe Mellemgaard
Rupture and Continuity. Reflections on the Relationship between Synchrony and Diachrony in Ethnology, in Memoriam Bjarne Skolund
 
Comments
Vladimir Tr. Hafstein
Haunted Places
 
Orvan Löfgren
At the Ethnologists’ Ball. Changing an Academic Habitus
 
Katharina Eisch-Angus
Fluid Classics. Ethnographic Challenges in Everyday Fields
 
Regina F. Bendix
Experiments in a Time of Overabundant Disciplinary History
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