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Writing Life No. 20: An Interview with Emma Kowal

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Figure 1: Emma Kowal writing her thesis in 2006 with 7-month old Maya in Darwin, Australia. Image: supplied.

One evening in December 2021, in a small South African coastal town where my best friend’s bustling wedding preparations were underway, I got goosebumps. I turned off the music, looked up from my reading, and said “please listen to this”. Then I …

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Writing Life No. 19: An Interview with Jason Pine

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Figure 1 (Jason): Writing is painful for me. I do TRX Suspension Training with an amazing online and affordable personal trainer/physical therapist (email me and I’ll give you his number) to correct my posture. I rest the nape of my neck on my orange wedge called a Davinci (try it), to release tension. I use Tizanidine (feels great), and sometimes
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Writing Life No. 18: An Interview with Stefania Pandolfo

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The anthropologist Stefania Pandolfo approaches ethnography as not just the depiction of a world but as what addresses and displaces both the writer and the reader, where ethnography itself becomes a site of transformation. Our conversations since 2014, first as she was completing revisions on her book Knot of the Soul and then as I was writing my dissertation, and …

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Writing Life No. 17: An Interview with Stacy Leigh Pigg

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Image 1: The desk where Stacy writes when she is actually at a desk.

Have you ever taken a walk inside your article?

Can you conceive of a piece of writing as a three-dimensional space?

Can we think of ethnographic expression beyond the question of ‘what’s the larger argument?’

It was an unusual summer day when New Delhi and Vancouver …

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Writing Life No. 16: An Interview with Warwick Anderson

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Figure 1: Writing and thinking in anticipation of writing: notes stacked in files next to a computer (Warkwick’s desk).

In the early days of freedom after a long lockdown in Sydney, I visited Warwick Anderson at his light-filled house perched at the top of a hill looking over rusted industrial relics to the shimmer and glare of the city.

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Writing Life No. 15: An Interview with Kalindi Vora

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Kalindi’s laptop sits inside her car, which serves as a writing space sometimes.

The last time I spoke to Kalindi in person was at the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) meeting in New Orleans in the summer of 2019. Kalindi and members of her lab presented their ongoing project of establishing feminist science shops across the campuses …

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