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In Sometime Kin Sandra Wallman paints the portrait of an Alpine settlement – its history, economy and culture, and its unusual resistance to outsiders and modernization. Against this, journal extracts show the villagers embracing her four small children and acting as participant observers in the two-way process of research. This project happened more than forty years ago and involved a uniquely large fieldwork family, but its insights have wider significance. The book argues that the intrusion of observation inevitably distorts the ordinary life observed; that the challenges of multi-vocality and “truth” are always with us; and that memory is the bedrock of every ethnographic enterprise.
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Sandra Wallman is an Emeritus Professor of Anthropology at University College London. Among many publications she is the author of Contemporary Futures: Perspectives from Social Anthropology (Routledge, 1992) and The Capability of Places (Pluto, 2011).
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