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NAPA Bulletin, Number 22, Passages: The Ethnographic Field School and First Fieldwork

Madelyn Iris (Volume Editor)
ISBN: 978-1-931303-16-3
180 pages
January 2004, Wiley-Blackwell
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NAPA Bulletin is a peer reviewed occasional publication of the National Association for the Practice of Anthropology, dedicated to the practical problem-solving and policy applications of anthropological knowledge and methods.
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FOREWORD (Oswald Werner).

Introduction: WHAT IS A CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY FIELD SCHOOL AND WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR? (Madelyn Iris).

DOCUMENTING LOCAL CULTURE: AN INTRODUCTORY FIELD SCHOOL (Philip B. Stafford, Inta Carpenter, David A. Taylor).

APPRENTICE ETHNOGRAPHERS AND THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF TOURISM IN COSTA RICA (Tim Wallace).

FULFILLING COMMUNITY NEEDS THROUGH RESEARCH AND SERVICE: THE NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ETHNOGRAPHIC FIELD SCHOOL EXPERIENCE (Madelyn Iris).

REHABILITATION, RESISTANCE, AND RETURN: SERVICE LEARNING AND THE QUEST FOR CIVIL SOCIETY IN BOSNIA (Peter Van Arsdale).

LEARNING TO PUT ETHNOGRAPHY TO GOOD USE: THE GAMBIA, WEST AFRICA FIELD STUDY PROGRAM (Bill Roberts).

LEARNING THROUGH DOING: THE IMPORTANCE OF FIELDWORK IN THE EDUCATION OF THE UNDERGRADUATE (Andria Timmer).

ROLE NEGOTIATIONS AMONG STUDENTS AND NATIVE SPONSORS IN AN ETHNOGRAPHIC FIELD SCHOOL (William Nichols, Madelyn Iris).

LESSONS FROM THE NAVAJO: THE IMPACT OF A “GOOD” FIELD EXPERIENCE ON A CAREER (Rebecca L.H. Berman).

MENTORSHIP AND THE FIELD SCHOOL EXPERIENCE (Tim Wallace, Madelyn Iris).

ETHNOGRAPHIC FIELD SCHOOLS, COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING, AND THE HOMESTAY EXPERIENCE (Daniela Natale Diamente, Tim Wallace).

ETHICAL ISSUES AND OTHER THINGS TO THINK ABOUT (Madelyn Iris).

CONCLUSION: HOW TO PICK A FIELD SCHOOL THAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU (Madelyn Iris).

Web Resources.

Biosketches of the Authors.

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Volume Editor: Madelyn Iris

General Editors: Tim Wallace and Alayne Unterberger

Madelyn Iris, Ph.D., completed her dissertation in anthropology at Northwestern University and quickly became engaged in the newly emerging field of ethnographic evaluation. For several years she served as a research associate at the Erikson Institute for Advanced Studies in Child Development, where she conducted qualitative program evaluation research. During this time she became interested in the problems of the frail elderly and shifted her focus to gerontology and the study of protective services. She joined the Buehler Center on Aging at Northwestern University as the assistant director for education. She was appointed Interim director of the center and was named the director of behavioral and social science research. Dr. Iris was an early participant in the Northwestern University Ethnographic School, was appointed Associate Director and was named director. She is an associate professor in the Department of Medicine, the Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University.Hermajor areas of focus now include social program research and evaluation, qualitative methods and the study of decision making and chronic illness, and Native American models of aging. She is a sustaining fellow of the Society for Applied Anthropology and a fellow of the Gerontological Society of America, and was the founding chair of the NAPA Mentor Program. Dr. Iris was elected president-elect of the National Association for the Practice of Anthropology.

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