Our chapter, written by the Ethnographic Terminalia Collective, “Ethnographic Terminalia: Co-Curation and the Role of the Anecdote in Practice” is coming soon in the volume The Anthropologist as Curator, edited by Roger Sansi. Bloomsbury Press.
With case studies from the US, Canada, Germany, Brazil, Mexico, India, and Japan, the book represents an international perspective and is relevant to students and scholars of anthropology, contemporary art, museum studies, curatorial studies, and heritage studies.
2: The Recursivity of the Curatorial, Sharon MacDonald, University of York, UK and Jonas Tinius, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
3: Curatorial Designs in the Poetics and Politics of Ethnography Today: A Conversation Between Tarek Elhaik, UC Davis, USA and George E. Marcus, UC Irvine, USA
4: Ethnographic Terminalia: Co-Curation and the Role of the Anecdote in Practice, Ethnographic Terminalia Collective
5: Facing the ‘Curatorial Turn’: Anthropological Ethnography and Contemporary Art Curatorial Practices, Ivan Bargna, University of Milano Biccoca, Italy
6: History, Legacies and Communities: Of Africa at the Royal Ontario Museum, Silvia Forni, Royal Ontario Museum, Canada
7: From Of To With To And: Issues in Inter- and Trans-Disciplinary Exhibition Making, Jen Clarke, University of Aberdeen, UK
8: Un-learning: A Shared Conversation Between Anthropology and Curation, Judith Winter, Manchester School of Art, UK
9: Curatorial Methodologies: Enabling, Displaying, and Generating Research, Rafael Schachter, University College London, UK
10: Curatorial Practice in Cambridge: The Aesthetics of Knowledge Production, Alex Flynn, Durham University, UK
11: Curating the Documentary Image, Paolo Favero, University of Antwerp, Belgium
12: The Anthropologist as Sound Curator, Noel Lobley, University of Virginia, USA