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Collaborative Anthropologies
Edited by Charles Menzies, Susan Hyatt, and Karen Quintiliani

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Collaborative Anthropologies is a forum for dialogue with a special focus on the complex collaborations between and among researchers and research participants/interlocutors. It features essays that are descriptive as well as analytical, from all subfields of anthropology and closely related disciplines, and that present a diversity of perspectives on collaborative research.
 
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Volume 8, Numbers 1/2 (Fall-Spring 2015-2016)

Contents

Special Issue: Collaborations with Historical Societies, Libraries, and Museums: New Directions and Methods in Engaging Community and Institutional Partners

Editors’ Introduction: Collaborations with Historical Societies, Libraries, and Museums: New Directions and Methods in Engaging Community and Institutional Partners
Susan B. Hyatt and Karen Quintiliani

Articles
Rethinking Local History through Collaboration: The Creation of the Cambodian Community History and Archive Project
Susan Needham and Karen Quintiliani

Collaborative Anthropology as Classroom Teaching: The How and the Why
Holly Swyers

Learning to Listen: Community Collaboration in an Alaska Native Village
Holly Cusack-McVeigh

Value and Fluidity in Collaborative Heritage Research Planning: Perspectives from the Memory, Meaning-Making and Collections Project
Michael J. E. O’Rourke

Trauma, Memory, and Representation: The Role of Collaboration in the Development of the Museum Exhibit “Remembering the Killing Fields”
Alexxandra Salazar

Interviews
Diversifying a City’s History: An Interview with Julie Bartolotto, Executive Director of the Historical Society of Long Beach, California
Alexxandra Salazar

Larry Zimmerman: A Collaborative Anthropologist at the Trowel’s Edge
Alyssa Boge

Special Commentary
The University as the “Imagined Other ”: Making Sense of Community Co-Produced Literacy Research
Kate Pahl