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yeah, for sure this post-colonialism time has changed our way of doing ethnographies, after all, there wasnt just a post-colonial time, but also a post-primitive time and a pre-development time for those places where less then 100 years ago there were just tents, fires and tradition. But now, today we have drunked people, fires (it looks like this is the only thing that we can still find on those places) and capitalism (what seems to be the next tradition).
So, if all our “fields” changed so much, dont we need to change also? our way to do ethnographies, our way to look to the other - that now it’s more than a informant, it’s a colaborator.
For sure we need to change, at least it’s what I can see on this - also - few months I have for my fieldwork.