Ethnographic Encounters is a student-run undergraduate academic journal. Its primary purpose is to publish outstanding ethnographic research completed by students at the University of St Andrews. 

Vol 11 No 1 (2021): Ethnographic Encounters

Quarantine Edition

After many months of work, delays, and edits, we are happy to announce our latest publication of Ethnographic Encounters! Created in the midst of the Covid-19 crisis, this issue strays from the usual content of Encounters projects and invites old projects, the book reviews which replaced fieldwork, and an array of essays. Many of these works reflect the intersection of Anthropology with other disciplines including psychology, history, literature, art, art, and more. We hope you enjoy reading these articles as much as we have and, as always, a big thank you to our editors and designers for making these happen!


Published: 2021-04-02

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