Fieldwork

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Fieldwork

In the international research tradition fieldwork participant observation is central and fieldwork often extends over a long period of time, which means that the researcher gains a deeper insight in the complexity of social life.

Village in Mon district, Nagaland, India.

On the way out in the fields. Most men carry guns, mostly old ones that only rarely are being used for hunting. Village in Mon district, Nagaland, India. Photo: Andrzej Markiewicz.

Learn more about Professor Beppe Karlsson’s research.

Dosso, Niger

Traditional chiefs with their cavalry at the celebration of Republic Day in Dosso, Niger. Photo: Gabriella Körling.

Learn more abut Gabriella Körling's research.

Chinchero, Peruvian Andes

A communal leader giving a speech during the festivity of Linderaje (demarcation of land). Chinchero, Peruvian Andes, February 2014. Photo: Daniel Escobar López.

Learn more about Daniel Escobar López’ research.

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Universitetsvägen 10 B
Frescati, Stockholm
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