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Livre - Saigyo - 01/06/1991 - Langue : Anglais

Biographie: Melissa Checker is assistant professor of applied anthropology at the University of Memphis. Her research on environmental justice activism is the subject of an upcoming...

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  • Auteur(s) : Saigyo
  • Editeur : Columbia Univ Pr
  • Langue : Anglais
  • Parution : 01/06/1991
  • Nombre de pages : 240
  • Expédition : 508
  • Dimensions : 24.3 x 15.2 x 2.3

Melissa Checker is assistant professor of applied anthropology at the University of Memphis. Her research on environmental justice activism is the subject of an upcoming ethnography and several articles. She has been involved as an activist in the environmental justice movement. In her own discipline she endeavors to bring anthropological voices into public policy.Maggie Fishman is completing her doctoral dissertation on the contemporary arts education movement in New York City in the department of anthropology at New York University. She works evaluating arts-in-education programs in New York City public schools and has been active there in various causes, including the creation of a neighborhood school whose curriculum incorporates the tools of ethnography.

Foreword, by Faye Ginsburg Acknowledgments Introduction, by Melissa Checker and Maggie Fishman Treading Murky Waters: Day-To-Day Dilemmas in the Construction of a Pluralistic U.S. Environmental Movement, by Melissa Checker Creating Art, Creating Citizens: Arts Education as Cultural Activism, by Maggie Fishman Creating a Political Space for American Indian Economic Development: Indian Gaming and American Indian Activism, by Kate Spilde The Calculus of Pain: Violence, Anthropological Ethics, and the Category Transgender, by David Valentine We Shall Overcome? Changing Politics and Changing Sexuality in the Ex-Gay Movement, by Tanya Erzen Sins of Our Soccer Moms: Servant Evangelism and the Spiritual Injuries of Class, by Omri Elisha Food Fights: Contesting Cultural Diversity in Crown Heights, by Henry Goldschmidt FOBby or Tight? Multicultural Day and Other Struggles in Two Silicon Valley High Schools, by Shalini Shankar Gathering Roots and Making History in the Korean Adoptee Community, by Eleana Kim Activism and Exile: Palestinianness and the Politics of Solidarity, by Rabab Abdulhadi

Engagingly written, the volume will appeal across the readership spectrum, from general readers to professionals...Recommended. All levels and libraries. -- Choice The volumes focus on activism and identity provides a compelling image of an activist strategy for advancing social research. -- Elisia L. Cohen, Argumentation And Advocacy The strength Checker and Fishman's Local Actions is in its clearly written, accessible case studies of efforts at social change. -- Karen Brodkin, Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power Local Actions is a welcome volume that represents a (still) rare instance of anthropologists engaging in the study of political processes in western society; it provides us with detail-rich and nuanced understandings of politics as it takes place in practice, and in everyday settings. -- Davide Pero, Social Anthropology