Week 3: Open Data

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April 16 Week 3 Open Data

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Angela Okune, “Open Ethnographic Archiving as Feminist, Decolonizing Practice,” manuscript submitted to Catalyst, February 2020.

Cury, Maria. 2016. “Fieldnotes as a Social Practice: Elevating and Innovating Fieldnotes in Applied Ethnography, Using a Collaborative Online Tool as a Case Study.” EPIC (blog). January 11, 2016. https://www.epicpeople.org/fieldnotes-as-a-social-practice/.

John L. Jackson Jr. 2012. “Ethnography Is, Ethnography Ain’t.” Cultural Anthropology 27 (3):480–97. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1548-1360.2012.01155.x

Lindsay Poirier, Kim Fortun, Brandon Costelloe-Kuehn, and Mike Fortun. 2019. Metadata, Digital Infrastructure, and the Data Ideologies of Cultural Anthropology. Anthropological Data in the Digital Age: New Possibilities-New Challenges. Jerome Crowder, Mike Fortun, Rachel Besara, and Lindsay Poirier, eds. London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://worldpece.org/content/metadata-digital-infrastructure-and-data-ideologies-cultural-anthropology


Emmelheinz, Celia. 2015.
“Ethnographic Field Data 3: Preserving and Sharing Ethnographic Data | Savage Minds.” 



SuppleMentals

Registry of Anthropological Data Wiki (and see in particular this 2012 workshop report)
Digital Himalaya
Reciprocal Research Network
Mukurtu
https://tropy.org/
ReD Associates

Cliggett, Lisa. 2015 “Preservation, Sharing and Technological Challenges of Longitudinal Research in the Digital Age.” In eFieldnotes: Makings of Anthropology in a Digital World, Roger Sanjek and Susan Tratner eds, University of Pennsylvania Press. Pp. 231-250.

Cliggett, Lisa, "Qualitative Data Archiving in the Digital Age: Strategies for Data Preservation and Sharing" (2013). Anthropology Faculty Publications. 1. https://uknowledge.uky.edu/anthro_facpub/1


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