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Doing Strong Collaborative Fieldwork In Human Geography
(Geographical Review, 2019)
Although increasingly common in the academy, collaboration is not yet the norm in human geography. Drawing on insights from ten years of experience with collaborative event ethnography (CEE), we argue that strong approaches ...
Gatekeepers and Keymasters: Dynamic Relationships of Access in Geographical Fieldwork
(The Geographical Review, 2006)
This article contributes to ii recent and growing body of literature exploring the nature of fieldwork in human geography. Specifically, we critically examine the role of gatekeepers in providing access to “the field,” ...
Assembling Global Conservation Governance
As the configuration of global environmental governance has become more complex over the past fifty years, numerous scholars have underscored the importance of understanding the transnational networks of public, private ...
Studying Global Environmental Meetings to Understand Global Environmental Governance: Collaborative Event Ethnography at the Tenth Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity
(Global Environmental Politics, 2014)
The papers in this issue of Global Environmental Politics result from a research innovation we call collaborative event ethnography (CEE),1 applied at the 2010 Tenth Conference of the Parties (COP10) to the Convention on ...