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Introduction: Labours of Collaboration
journal contributionposted on 2022-06-14, 02:49 authored by Nayantara AppletonNayantara Appleton, Lorena GibsonLorena Gibson
The four pieces in this section are innovative collaborations at various levels, ranging from anthropologists collaborating with communities to collaborative presentations as a way to subvert hierarchies and Euro-centric modes of being with/in academia. These papers engage with the relationship between collaboration and commoning, some explicitly and others implicitly, as ways to shape knowledge production and practice for a much more egalitarian ethnographic engagement within and beyond the academy. In this Special Section of Volume 2 of Commoning Ethnography, we share four papers that engage with the changing nature of ethnographic collaboration on multiple levels.