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Christos Lynteris and Joe Ellis

other social spheres, and people struggle to balance becoming overexposed to the turmoil of the social milieu and sinking into a cynical rejection of it. These ‘stops’ on an urban ethnographic tour through Ulaanbaatar provide the jumping off points for a

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A mother's hope in the midst of existential immobility from state and stigma

Katherine Smith

me, I won't call them on you’: Self-policing as ethical development’ .” In Realising the city: Urban ethnographies of Manchester , eds. C. Lewis and J. Symons , 189 – 204 . Manchester University Press . Stack , Carol . 1974 . All our

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Notes around Hospitality as Inhabitation

Engaging with the Politics of Care and Refugees’ Dwelling Practices in the Italian Urban Context

Camillo Boano and Giovanna Astolfo

Development program at UCL. 6 Each year for five years we engaged in immersive urban ethnographies with small groups of refugees and asylum seekers hosted in SPRAR and with volunteers and workers from LDA. 7 In the form of a three-day design workshop

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Narva as Method

Urban Inventories and the Mutation of the Postsocialist City

Francisco Martínez

representation, in a form of essayistic research. In the classic Exploring the City, Ulf Hannerz aimed at doing a ‘total urban ethnography’ ( 1980: 303 ) by composing a portraiture not merely in the city, but also of the city. As he noted, the methodological

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“I Showed You What I Thought Was Appropriate”

Reflections on Longitudinal Ethnographic Research and the Performativity of Dutch Gang Life

Robert A. Roks

Ethnography in Criminology: Discovery through Fieldwork , ed. Stephen K. Rice and Michael D. Maltz , 303 – 323 . Cham : Springer . Urbanik , Marta-Marika , and Robert A. Roks. 2020 . “ GangstaLife: Fusing Urban Ethnography with Netnography in

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In the shade of the chinar

Dushanbe's affective spatialities

Malika Bahovadinova

clearly demarcated, but also more closely reflecting proper social arrangements. As Abidin Kusno (in Bissenova 2014: 132 ) has observed in his urban ethnography, the state creates “spectacles of order” via “exemplary spaces” and “exemplary centers.” Yet

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F*ck the Police!

Antiblack statecraft, the myth of cops’ fragility, and the fierce urgency of an insurgent anthropology of policing

Jaime A. Alves

-radicalizada-da-pm-no-ceara-ecoa-bolsonarismo-e-cria-bomba-relogio-dificil-de-desarmar.html Karpiak , Kevin G. 2010 . “ Of heroes and polemics: ‘The policeman’ in urban ethnography .” Political and Legal Anthropology Review 33 : 7 – 31 . Karpiak , Kevin G. , and William Garriott , eds. 2018 . The anthropology of police . London

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The Body as the Affective Materiality of Ageing in a Future City

Tiina Suopajärvi

), ‘ Experiencing Ageing through Urban Ethnographic Walks ’, in C. Endter and S. Kienitz (eds), Alter(n) als soziale und kulturelle Praxis: Ordnungen  – Beziehungen  – Materialitäten (Bielefeld: Transcript), 223 – 244 . Suopajärvi , T. ( 2018

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Trust as affective infrastructure

Constructing the firm/community boundary in resource extraction

Adela Zhang

: University of Minnesota Press . Goldstein , D. M. 2002 . ‘ Desconfianza and Problems of Representation in Urban Ethnography .’ Anthropological Quarterly 75 ( 3 ): 485 – 517 . . Harvey , D. 2006 . The

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Vertigo and Urgency

Affective Resonances of Crisis

Daniel M. Knight

’, Anthropological Theory Commons , special issue on The Vertiginous 3 June . Markowitz , F. 2018 . Betwixt and between in Beer Sheva: consumption and chronotopes in the Negev , in I. Pardo and G. Prato (eds.), The Palgrave handbook of urban