New Publication: "In Search of Lost Futures: Anthropological Explorations in Multimodality, Deep Interdisciplinarity, and Autoethnography"
We are pleased to announce the publication of our volume, In Search of Lost Futures: Anthropological Explorations in Multimodality, Deep Interdisciplinarity, and Autoethnography, edited by Magdalena Kazubowski-Houston (York University) and Mark Auslander (Brandeis University) [Palgrave Macmillan, March 2021]. In Search of Lost Futures asks how imaginations might be activated through practices of autoethnography, multimodality, and deep interdisciplinarityeach of which has the power to break down methodological silos, cultivate novel research sensibilities, and inspire researchers to question what is known about ethnographic process, representation, reflexivity, audience, and intervention within and beyond the academy. By blurring the boundaries between the past, present, and future; between absence and presence; between the possible and the impossible; and between fantasy and reality, In Search of Lost Futures pushes the boundaries of ethnographic engagement. It reveals how researchers on the cutting edge of the discipline are studying absence and grief and employing street performance, museum exhibit, anticipation, or simulated reality to research and intervene in the possible, the impossible, and the uncertain.
PDF, EPUB and digitally printed softcover editions are available on the SpringerLink website.
MAGDALENA KAZUBOWSKI-HOUSTON, PhD Associate Professor Department of Theatre MA/PhD Program in Theatre & Performance Studies MA/PhD Program in Social Anthropology
YORK UNIVERSITY 312 Centre for Film and Theatre (CFT) 4700 Keele Street Toronto ON Canada M3J 1P3 T 416.736.2100 ext 22257 email@example.com www.yorku.ca http://theatre-studies.gradstudies.yorku.ca/ http://imaginativeethnography.org/
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