Research fields .
Essential regarding ethnology and social anthropology, the field is both the space (geographical, social ...) for research and the working time during which the researcher collects data needed for scientific work. The modes of “fieldwork” are specific to Ethnology / Anthropology discipline, but also to each researcher engaged in “his” fieldwork.
With my colleague Nicolas Puig, we have edited an issue of Égypte/Monde arabe journal (published in Cairo) devoted to the relations between anthropologists and their fieldworks, nowadays and in Egypt.
See Article 168.
My personal fields in ethnology are:
In green: in ecoanthropology in the oases,
In red: in urban anthropology of public spaces,
In blue: other places of work.
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See also the small Map of the studied oases in Sahara.