I've often been accused of making anthropology into literature, but anthropology is also field research. Writing is central to it.
Learning to exist in a world quite different from that which formed you is the condition, these days, of pursuing research you can on balance believe in and write sentences you can more or less live with.
If I remember correctly, a writer is someone who wants to convey information. Language or writing is a code
I don't have the notion that everybody has to write in some single academic style
I'm writing a review of three books on feminism and science, and it's about social constructionism. So I would say I'm a social constructionist, whatever that means
I think of myself as a writer who happens to be doing his writing as an anthropologist
I don't write drafts. I write from the beginning to the end, and when it's finished, it's done
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