Anthropologist Author Interviews
Today, I began a new series on my blog: interviews with anthropologists about their new books!
We anthropologists often write wonderful books . . . that find too few readers.
What better way to find new readers for a book than to interview its author?
I begin this series by interviewing Kristen Ghodsee about her fabulous new book about the craft of writing readable ethnography (From Notes to Narrative: Writing Ethnography that Everyone Can Read). You can find this inaugural interview here.
Watch out for upcoming interviews with Rosa DeJorio (Cultural Heritage in Mali in the Neoliberal Era) and Jennifer Cole (Affective Circuits: African Migrations to Europe and the Pursuit of Social Regeneration)!
Anthropologists: If you’ve got a new book coming out (or just out recently) and would like to do an e-interview with me about it, let me know!