|aWriting culture :|bthe poetics and politics of ethnography /|cedited by James Clifford and George E. Marcus.
|a25th anniversary ed. /|bwith a foreword by Kim Fortun.
|aBerkeley, Calif. :|bUniversity of California Press,|c, c1986.
|axxv, 305 p. ;|b1 ill. ;|c23 cm.
|aOriginally published: c1986. With new foreword.
|aPublication date from publisher's website.
|a"A School of American Research advanced seminar."
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -294) and index.
|aIntroduction: Partial truths / James Clifford -- Fieldwork in common places / Mary Louise Pratt -- Hermes' dilemma : the masking of subversion in ethnographic description / Vincent Crapanzano -- From the door of his tent : the fieldworker and the inquisitor / Renato Rosaldo -- On ethnographic allegory / James Clifford -- Post-modern ethnography : from document of the occult to occult document / Stephen A. Tyler -- The concept of cultural translation in British social anthropology / Talal Asad -- Contemporary problems of ethnography in the modern world system / George E. Marcus -- Ethnicity and the post-modern arts of memory / Michael M.J. Fischer -- Representations are social facts : modernity and post-modernity in anthropology / Paul Rabinow -- Afterword: Ethnographic writing and anthropological careers / George E. Marcus.
內容簡介top Writing Culture 簡介 This seminal collection of essays critiquing ethnography as literature is augmented with a new foreword by Kim Fortun, exploring the ways in which Writing Culture has changed the face of ethnography over the last 25 years.