The Psycho-Affective Echoes of Colonialism in Fieldwork Relations
Keywords:qualitative methodology, colonialism, surveillance, refugee, interviews
This article describes the varieties of relations with African immigrant interviewees in Tuscany as experienced by a white male interviewer from the United States. Franz FANON's discussion of the psycho-affective consequences of colonialism is vital for understanding how naïve and romantic notions of fieldwork relations are disingenuous, counter-productive and perhaps destructive in a neo-colonial landscape.
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