Inside Ethnography

February 1, 2020

Inside Ethnography
Researchers Reflect on the Challenges of Reaching Hidden Populations
by Miriam Boeri (Editor), Rashi K. Shukla (Editor)
December 2019
First Edition

A new book provides insights to the challenges you might have faced and questions you might have asked yourself whether you are starting on your first ethnographic study or have been doing ethnography for years. 

Inside Ethnography: Researchers Reflect on the Challenges of Reaching Hidden Populations

co-edited by Miriam Boeri and Rashi K. Shukla and published by the University of California Press.

Representing a diverse array of disciplinary approaches, with a focus on strategies employed with populations at society’s margins, 21 contemporary ethnographers examine their cutting-edge studies with honesty and introspection, drawing readers into the field to visualize the challenges they’ve faced. 

The authors contributing chapters to this book include Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard; Elizabeth Bonomo; Scott Jacques; Curtis Smith; Leon Anderson; Eugene Soltes; Merrill Singer; J. Bryan Page; Jason N Fessel; Sarah G. Mars; Philippe Bourgois; Daniel Ciccarone; Avelardo Valdez; Alice Cepeda; Charles Kaplan; Ana-Lilia Campos-Manzo; Honoria Guarino; Anastasia Teper; Robert Gay; Heith Copes; and Joshua Price.

Inside Ethnography is available for order or desk copy at

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