By Fran Markowitz
Israel is a spot of paradoxes, a small kingdom with a various inhabitants and intricate social terrain. learning its tradition and social existence potential confronting a mess of moral dilemmas and methodological demanding situations. The first-person debts via anthropologists have interaction contradictions of faith, politics, id, kinship, racialization, and globalization to bare interesting and sometimes vexing dimensions of the Israeli event. stuck up in urgent existential questions of conflict and peace, social justice, and nationwide limitations, the participants discover the contours of Israeli society as insiders and outsiders, natives and strangers, in addition to critics and friends.
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Ethnographic Encounters in Israel: Poetics and Ethics of Fieldwork by Fran Markowitz