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Contents

List of Figures
Acknowledgements

Introduction: Anthropology and Ethnography are Not Equivalent
Irfan Ahmad

Chapter 1. Beyond Correspondence: Doing Anthropology of Islam in the Field and Classroom
Hatsuki Aishima

Chapter 2. Anthropology as an Experimental Mode of Inquiry
Arpita Roy

Chapter 3. Graphic Designs: On Constellational Writing, or a Benjaminian Response to Ingold’s Critique of Ethnography
Jeremy F. Walton

Chapter 4. Out of Correspondence: Death, Dark Ethnography and the Need for Temporal Alienation and Objectification
Patrice Ladwig

Chapter 5. Commitment, Correspondence, and Fieldwork as Non-volitional Dwelling: A Weberian Critique
Patrick Eisenlohr

Chapter 6. A New Holistic Anthropology With Politics In
Irfan Ahmad

Afterword
Tim Ingold

Index

Anthropology and Ethnography are Not Equivalent

Reorienting Anthropology for the Future

Edited by Irfan Ahmad
Afterword by TIm Ingold

172 pages, 6 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-988-4 Hb Published (January 2021)

eISBN 978-1-78920-989-1 eBook