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Cervone, Emma. 2015. “The Promises and Conundrums of Decolonized Collaboration.” In Indigenous Studies and Engaged Anthropology: The Collaborative Moment, edited by Paul Sillitoe, 95–114. Farnham, Surrey, UK ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

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July 19, 2018

Critical Commentary

AO: This 2015 book chapter by anthropologist Emma Cervone is part of existing conversations in engaged anthropology and indigenous studies on the implications of practicing a form of anthropology that has opted for politically engaged methodologies in the production of anthropological knowledge about indigenous societies.