Tori has recently published a chapter on ‘Ethical Dilemmas in Studying Blogging by Favela Residents in Brazil’ in a collection on Theorizing Fieldwork in the Humanities: Methods, Reflections, and Approaches to the Global South (Palgrave Macmillan), edited by Shalini Puri and Debra A. Castillo. The book is available in print and ebook formats.
The publisher’s website describes the collection as follows:
“This volume, the first of its kind, launches a conversation amongst humanities scholars doing fieldwork on the global south. It both offers indispensable tools and demonstrates the value of such work inside and outside of the academy. The contributors reflect upon their experiences of fieldwork, the methods they improvised, their dilemmas and insights, and the ways in which fieldwork shifted their frames of analysis. They explore how to make fieldwork legible to their disciplines and how fieldwork might extend the work of the humanities. The volume is for both those who are already deeply immersed in fieldwork in the humanities and those who are seeking ways to undertake it.”
Table of contents and other information available on the publisher’s website here.