Chapter 1. Proem: Engaging Contemporary Ethnography Across the Disciplines; Robert E. Rinehart, Karen Barbour and Clive Pope.- Part I. Social Justice and Transformation: Theoretical Ethnographic Visions.- Chapter 2. Social Justice, Transformation and Indigenous Methodologies.- Linda Tuhiwai Smith.- Chapter 3. Voices of Women in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Visual Narrative, Social Justice and Empowerment; Annette Blum.- Chapter 4. Advanced Marginalization and Re-Criminalization of Undocumented Immigrants in the Post-Neoliberal State; Kennosuke Tanaka.- Chapter 5.- Rethinking English in Maori Medium Education; Richard Hill.- Chapter 6. Negotiating Safe and Unsafe Space: Participation, Discomfort and Response-Ability in Higher Education Institute Transformation in South Africa; Helen MacDonald.- Part II. Practice and Advocacy: Doing Ethnography on the Ground.- Chapter 7. Living and Learning Together: Principled Practice for Engagement and Social Transformation in the East Kimberley Region of Western Australia; Neil Drew.- Chapter 8. The Journey to a Good Life: Exploring Personal and Organizational Transformation through Digital Storytelling; Elaine Bliss and Janelle Fisher.- Chapter 9. Toi tu te Whenua, Toi tu te Tangata: A Holistic Maori Approach to Flood Management; Elizabeth-Mary Proctor.- Chapter 10. One woman, one too many; Lisa M. Hayes.- Chapter 11. Co-creating visual theories of change with Treaty and decolonization activists; Ingrid L. M. Huygens.- Part III. Emerging Methods: Traditional, Experimental, Transgressive Forms.- Chapter 12. Sustaining Fish-Human Communities? A More-than-Human Question; Elspeth Probyn.- Chapter 13. An "insider's view" in Media Studies: Case Analysis of Performance Ethnography in Mobile Media Studies; Yonnie Kyoung-haw Kim.- Chapter 14. Erica's Story: A Poetic Representation of Loss and Struggle; Vivienne Elizabeth, Nicola Gavey and Julia Tolmie.- Part IV. Afterword.- Chapter 15. A Critical Performance Ethnography that Matters; Norman K. Denzin.
Robert Rinehart is an Associate Professor in Sport & Leisure Studies at the University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. He is the author of Players All: Performances in Contemporary Sport (Indiana University Press, 1998), and co-editor, with Synthia Sydnor, of To the Extreme: Alternative Sport, Inside and Out (SUNY Press, 2003), and is currently working on a book examining sport, business, education, and peace. He is also convenor for the Contemporary Ethnography Across the Disciplines biennual conference (cead.org.nz).
Karen Nicole Barbour is a senior lecturer in dance and choreography at the University of Waikato. She is committed to fostering qualitative dance research, specifically in choreographic practice, contemporary dance, improvisation, site-specific dance, and digital dance. She has recently published Dancing across the page: Narrative and embodied ways of knowing (2011). Her current research interests lie in collaborative artistic research, feminist choreographic practices, and narrative writing practices to express lived experiences.
Clive Pope is a Senior Lecturer of sport pedagogy in the Department of Sport & Leisure Studies at The University of Waikato. Clive's research is informed from ethnographic perspectives and most recently he has developed a growing interest in visual research methods, particularly visual ethnography and photovoice to explore the sport experiences of young people.