ethnographica

ethnographica

(ˌɛθnəˈɡræfɪkə)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) (functioning as singular) a collection of ethnographic items
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Review of Ethnographica and Historical Sources, November 18, Ministry of Justice.
Szijarto, The Capacities of Microhistory, in ETHNOGRAPHICA ET FOLKLORISTICA CARPATHICA 19--APPROACHES TO HISTORIOGRAPHY 191, 194 (Vilmos Eros & Robert Kali et al eds., 2016) (noting that "to the founders of microstoria, the value of microhistory rested mainly in its subversive capacity [...] [it] may indicate the weak points of dominant epistemological paradigms").
(44.) Assaf, "Hasidism in Tsarist Russia," 150; Norbert Gleszer, "Pilgrimages in Jewish Folk Religion in Hungary-From the Chassidic Courts to the Virtual Communities," Acta Ethnographica Hungarica 51 (2006): 91-104.
Marcus (eds) Ethnographica Moralia: Experiments in Interpretive Anthropology.
Die heutige Konnotation des schwabischen Phanomens" in Ethnographica et Folkloristica Carpathica, 18, Debrecen: Kapitalis Ltd.
Thus, the book presents 'masterpieces' taken from particularly unique "ethnographica" to present the 'exceptional, the elaborate, the other, the perfect or perhaps imperfect, the harmonious or the disturbing objects among them' (p.
Marcus, eds., Writing Culture: The Poetics and Politics of Ethnography [Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1986]) or Michael Jackson with his dialectical dialogue (as in Michael Jackson, Minima Ethnographica: Intersubjectvity and the Anthropological Project [Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998]).
--(1998) Minima Ethnographica: inter subjectivity and the anthropological project.
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