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Publications [#35200] of John L. Jackson, Jr.

Published Articles

  1. John L. Jackson, Jr., An Ethnographic FilmFlam: Giving gifts, Doing Rsearch, and Videotaping the Native Subject/Object, American Anthropologist, vol. 106 no. 1 (March, 2004), pp. 32-42, American Anthropological Association
    (last updated on 2005/04/11)

    This article places Visual Anthropology (and its important literatures) into critical conversation with longstanding theoretical arguments about the analytical limits of Native Anthropology. Using the discussion of self-reflexivity as an organizing principle, I argue that mobilizing digital video technology in “the field” (i) opens up empirical and theoretical space for re- conceptualizing the relationship between anthropologists and informants, (ii) demonstrates the flexibility of nativity as an anthropological designation, and (iii) provides tools for examining film’s production process as a mechanism for constructing filmmakers along with film subjects. I highlight some of the ways in which my own filmic and videographic exploits in Harlem, New York, are predicated on integral connections between seeing and being the proverbial other.