Anthropology, Creative Practice and Ethnography

About the series

This series provides a new forum for authors and practitioners from across the digital humanities and social sciences to explore the rapidly developing opportunities offered by visual, acoustic and textual media for generating ethnographic understandings of social, cultural and political life. The series addresses both established and experimental fields of visual anthropology, including film, photography, sensory and acoustic ethnography, ethnomusicology, graphic anthropology, digital media, and other creative modes of representation. Projects in the series are offered in a range of formats, including comparative and general works, monographs, edited collections and audiovisual media.

The series editors invite proposals from authors who are interested in contributing to this collective adventure in contemporary ethnographic representation.

Series editors
Faye Ginsburg, David B. Kriser Professor, New York University
Paul Henley, Honorary Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Manchester
Andrew Irving, Professor of Anthropology, University of Manchester
Sarah Pink, Professor of Design Anthropology, Monash University

Contact Tom Dark for further information. See our house style guidelines and proposal form for guidance on submitting a book proposal.

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