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Anthropology from Home

Advice on Digital Ethnography for the Pandemic Times

Magdalena Góralska


The coronavirus pandemic has made ethnographic fieldwork, as traditionally conceived in anthropology, temporarily impossible to conduct. Facing long-term limitations to mobility and physical contact, which will challenge our research practices for the foreseeable future, social anthropology has to adjust to these new circumstances. This article discusses and reflects on what digital ethnography can offer to researchers across the world, providing critical insight into the method and offering advice to beginners in the field. Last, but not least, the article introduces the phrase ‘anthropology from home’ to talk about research in the pandemic times – that is, geographically restricted but digitally enabled.

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Ana Kolarić

, Barać explains the theoretical and methodological framework of the study. Barać, who is theoretically very well-informed, draws her conclusions mainly from Anglo-American feminist theory and criticism (gynocriticism, feminist media studies, feminist