Vol 12, No 2 (2010)

Anthropology Through Development: Putting Development Practice into Theory

This special issue of Anthropology Matters frames the canonical question for development anthropologists in reverse. Instead of asking how anthropological theory might be put into practice in development, it asks how engagements with development policy and practice might transform anthropology. What kinds of theoretical insights have emerged from the anthropology of development? What does the overlapping language of anthropology and development mean for ethnographic methodology? How do relationships between anthropologists and development professionals affect the research process? What can anthropologists learn from development work?

Edited by Amy Pollard and Alice Street


Table of Contents

Editorial

Amy Pollard, Alice Street

Articles

Chris Campregher
Antonie L. Kraemer
Priscilla Magrath