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Author Engagements

Some of the most clarifying scholarly moments come in casual conversation, where the serious work of hanging out and hashing things out can happen. Rather than an author-meets-critics session, this is a place for an engaged and informed reader to ask all of the follow-up questions that every great book or article leaves us with.

I’m Afraid of that Water: A Collaborative Ethnography of a West Virginia Water Crisis

JANA Book Review Co-Editor Jasper Waugh-Quasebarth zoomed in for a conversation with the co-editors and contributors of I’m Afraid of that Water: A Collaborative Ethnography of a West Virginia Water Crisis (West Virginia University Press 2020) to talk about the practice of collaborative ethnography and working as a collaborative team in face of this disaster.

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