&ldquo;The most difficult thing about doing fieldwork is remembering who you are,&rdquo; said Erving Goffman. Enter his <strong>daughter Alice</strong>, an ethnographer&hellip;

&amp;ldquo;The most difficult thing about doing fieldwork is remembering who you are,&amp;rdquo; said Erving Goffman. Enter his daughter Alice, an
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“The most difficult thing about doing fieldwork is remembering who you are,” said Erving Goffman. Enter his daughter Alice, an ethnographer…

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