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Book review: Barnstorming the Prairies: How Aerial Vision Shaped the Midwest, by Jason Weems
(Rice University, 2018)
On the Problem of the Namesake
(Rice University, 2016-02)
After the Addendum: Author Rights Management and/as Library Service
(Rice University, 2017-02)
This report presents the findings from a qualitative study of Rice University faculty attitudes and practices around author rights conducted by Marcel LaFlamme, a graduate student in the Department of Anthropology, during his tenure as a Fondren Fellow. This project was supervised by Shannon Kipphut-Smith, Fondren Library’s scholarly communications liaison.
A riot, a market, a pilgrimage, a beating: aerial photography and anthropological method
(Rice University, 2013)
Aerial photography has, not without justification, been linked to projects of violence and domination. Yet recent scholarship in visual studies has called for an attention to the actual practices whereby aerial photographs are produced and put to use. This essay traces the history of aerial photography as a field method in cultural anthropology, ...
Rescoping research through student-librarian collaboration: Lessons from the Fondren Fellows program
Academic library professionals increasingly see student workers as full coparticipants in the design and delivery of library resources and services. For some librarians, this perspective grows out of a commitment to critical and feminist pedagogy,1 while for others, greater reliance on student workers in the face of flat or contracting budgets has ...
Book review: Grégoire Chamayou, A Theory of the Drone
(Rice University, 2016-11)
What Happened, or, Impasses and Future Horizons for an Open Anthropology of Work
(Rice University, 2018-06)