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Taking as its starting point the histories of dispossession and marginalization of Hispanic and Native American communities that has shaped the histories of Santa Fe and the Southwest, this interlude reflects on ethnographic writing as a “transitional space” (in D. W. Winnicott’s sense), in which the voices of anthropology’s interlocutors can be heard and acknowledged and in which both anthropologists and those they study can be transformed through their encounters with one another.

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