AO: The analyst notes complaints that went to AAA against unethical practice by some anthropologists in the field which led to reports against that individual.
AO: The analyst looks at how the positions held on the objective/subjective spectrum by individuals at funding institutions
AO: The analyst notes the inherant power in anthropologists translating and making intelligible subjects that are not intelligible to others. She asks: “if translation is anthropology’s straight jacket, how can we decolonize such translations?
AO: The analyst notes that equal attention needs to be put on the perverse modalities with which racism, discrimination, and exclusion still affects (and in some cases alter) relationships and interactions within indigenous societies (Harrison 1997) (AO: not idealizing or homogenizing “indigenous communities”)