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.”
Registry of Anthropological Data Wiki (and see in particular this 2012 workshop report)
Reciprocal Research Network
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