List of Tables Prologue: Bringing Theory to the Field Introduction: From Manchester to Berkeley by Way of Chicago 1. The Extended Case Method: Race and Class in Postcolonial Africa 2. The Ethnographic Revisit: Capitalism in Transition and Other Histories 3. Two Methods in Search of Revolution: Trotsky versus Skocpol 4. Multicase Ethnography: Tracking the Demise of State Socialism Conclusion: The Ethnography of Great Transformations Epilogue: On Public Ethnography Notes References
Michael Burawoy teaches at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of a number of books, including Manufacturing Consent: Changes in the Process under Monopoly Capitalism, and coauthor of Global Ethnography and Ethnography Unbound (both UC Press).
"Rich and provocative... This book will be of interest for students and researchers." -- Carlo A. Cubero Anthropological Notebooks