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Through a combination of text, colour photographs and sound recordings, Sonic ethnography explores the role of sound in the performance of local identities in the southern Italian region of Basilicata. The book makes a compelling argument for taking sound seriously as a crucial component of social life and as an ethnographic form of representation. -- .
A comprehensive history of ethnographic film since cinema began in 1895. It shows how the genre evolved out of reportage, exotic melodrama and travelogues prior to the Second World War into a more academic form of documentary in the post-war period. -- .
This book and award-winning film provide a unique account of the invisible dynamics of possession and psychosis, and how Muslim patients are transformed through the treatments offered by mosques and the psychiatric institutions of European nation-states. -- .
This book of essays brings together his latest ideas on filming, documentary, anthropology and the art of cinema, based on his practice as an award-winning maker of ethnographic films. -- .