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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1001
Professor
Danielle Di Novellie- Lang
Semester
Fall

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Anthropology November 19, 2012 In the intro-discussion about the term marginality. Emergent from the ethnographic fact The ethnographer differs to the informants The point of this is to understand that anything we say we can observe, we can only do that if we have thought about it. If we don’t understand this nothing will change. It includes the problem of knowledge, mind, and language. The source for this analytical prejudice is similar to what we call culture. Sighs argument: this comes from colonialism Not to figure out the difference but to create a different bridge and understand all these people as part of the same world. There is something to still be learned from. They have a different perspective on the world. This is because they have a different position in the world. Every different person has a different relation to the world. Compared to western academics they are experts of colonial power. They didn’t do interviews with it but lived it. Marginality is replacing-inequality, and the word culture, It’s a spatial relationship. It’s a relationship of power. Defines it in the proper introduction-common field of common knowledge She began thinking of marginality while in the field. Culture was not what they wanted to talk to her about. But instead wanted to talk to their relationship with others. In the spirit of deference she changed her whole plan. This marginality is not exactly the term that they are using. You can learn from difference. She puts in richer terrain of contact between what we used to know as culture. She borrows this term from feminist theories, critical race theory. It is not dated as the issues are still there but if you we
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