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Scoping Recursivity

A Comment on Franklin and Napier

Martin Holbraad

Commenting on two articles that have appealed to the notion of 'recursivity' to articulate new directions for anthropological thinking, this piece seeks to clarify the scope of a recursive turn in contemporary anthropology, distinguishing it from elements of recursivity that have always been present in the discipline's epistemic procedures.

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Rane Willerslev

experienced a number of revelations that I will briefly share here. Metaphysical Animism and the Native Point of View First, by coupling the anthropology of ontology’s passion for alien concepts with the Writing Culture paradigm’s passion for reflexivity and

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The Uncanniness of Missionary Others

A Discursive Analysis of a Century of Anthropological Writings on Missionary Ethnographers

Travis Warren Cooper

) states that “anthropologists could comfortably identify themselves as the brokers of thenative point of view’ … against those whose religion seemed to predispose them to ethnocentrism.” Discourse along these lines continues to circulate. Wendy James

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Fieldwork at sunset

Visual representations of anthropology online

Bryonny Goodwin-Hawkins and Hannah Gould

, disciplinary associations have a potential role to play in assisting departments battling institutional resistance to representational change. Another avenue is to approach the university marketing tribe from the native's point of view, initiating dialogue on

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Joost Beuving and Geert de Vries

Malinowski (1978) , presenting ‘the native's point of view’. This does not imply a merely descriptive approach to things social and cultural. As we will argue, description is part of naturalistic inquiry as is interpretation or Verstehen and explanation