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(2019) - Journal articleThis essay approaches the cultures of reading anthropologically, drawing on my ethnographic research with the Henry Williamson Society to excavate the ways readers enthusiastically commit to the minor characters of ...
(2017-04) - Journal articleThis introductory essay describes a novel approach to meetings in relation to broader literatures within and beyond anthropology. We suggest that notwithstanding many accounts in which meetings figure, little attention has ...
(2017-04) - Journal articleThis article explores the relationship between meetings and organisational ethics in an animal protection charity in Scotland. Here, recent ‘professionalisation’ has seen the late introduction of an ethics of office and ...
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(2017-03-01) - Journal itemDrawing on ethnography from western Thessaly, this paper reassesses notions of time and temporality in light of the Greek economic crisis. People experience the past as a folded assemblage of often linearly distant and ...