MOBI Pamela Reynolds ✓ The Uncaring Intricate World eBook ë The Uncaring ✓

In the 1950s the colonial British government in Northern and Southern Rhodesia present day Zambia and Zimbabwe began construction on a large hydroelectric dam that created Lake Kariba and dislocated nearly 60000 indigenous residents Three decades later Pamela Reynolds began fieldwork with the Tonga people to study the lasting effects of the dispossession of their land on their lives In The Uncaring Intricate World Reynolds shares her field diary in which she records her efforts to study children and their labor and by doing so exposes the character of everyday life More than a memoir her diary captures the range of pleasures difficulties frustrations contradictions and grappling with ethical uestions that all anthropologists experience in the field The Uncaring Intricate World concludes with afterwords by Jane I Guyer and Julie Livingston who critically reflect on its context its meaning for today and relevance to conducting anthropological work

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