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A publication of selected papaers from the 2009 Playing the Field interdisciplinary conference held by the Social Anthropology Graduates Students' Association at York University, Toronto, ON
A publication of selected papaers from the 2009 Playing the Field interdisciplinary conference held by the Social Anthropology Graduates Students' Association at York University, Toronto, ON

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E
ditor and Coordinator- Laurie Baker BA, MA, PhD Candidate
 
 York Universitylbaker@yorku.ca
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eer Reviewers - Melissa Atkinson-Graham BA, MA, PhD Candidate York UniversityHeather Cruikshank BA, MA Candidate York UniversityClaire Dalmyn BA, MA Candidate York University Lynette Fischer BA, MA York UniversitySAGA would like to acknowledge and thank the ollowing contributors or their nancial support o the Playing the FieldConerence:Department o Anthropology, York UniversityFaculty o Graduate Studies, York University York University Graduate Students AssociationSAGA would also like to acknowledge and thank sincerly the many students and aculty whose assistance and dedicationmade the conerence and this publication a possibility and success. Special thanks goes to Shalanda Philips, Dr. DaphneWinland and Karen Rumley or their eforts in making the conerence a success.Conerence poster design: Melissa Atkinson-GrahamPublication cover adaptation: Laurie BakerPrinted at York University, Toronto ON Canada, available online atissuu.com/yorku_anthropology_conerence and scribd.com/yorku_anth_con © 2011 Social Anthropology Graduates Association, York UniversityThis work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. To view acopy o this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 444Castro Street, Suite 900, Mountain View, Caliornia, 94041, USA.
 
Playing the Field - Selected Papers
Acknowledgements..............................................................................................................................................4 
‘Playing and Fielding’ Theory
Viratha: Conceptualizing Female Religious Agency 
Susan McNaughton
..............................................................................................................................5Fielding an Anti-Capitalist Anthropology 
Ted Baker
.................................................................................................................................................10Pervertible Practices: Playing Anthropology in BDSM 
Claire Dalmyn
........................................................................................................................................15ADHD, an Entity within the Crisis o the Field 
Jesse P. Hiltz
..........................................................................................................................................20Disability Studies Fieldwork  
Jen Rinaldi
..............................................................................................................................................25Locating the Ghost and the Work o Haunting in Toni Morrison’s Fiction andNon-ction 
Kama Maureemootoo
.......................................................................................................................30Understanding the Field o Literary Editing 
Alicia Fahey
............................................................................................................................................35
‘Playing and Fielding’ Method
Researching “trac”: methodological approaches or navigating the congestion in women’s healthpolicy 
Michelle Wyndham-West
................................................................................................................40Pregurative Politics & Anthropological Methodologies
Niki Thorne
............................................................................................................................................47Surprises and Trends revealed during eldwork 
Marta Silva
.............................................................................................................................................54Disability Fieldwork: What Disabled Fieldworkers Bring to the Field and Leave Behind 
Athena Goodellow
...........................................................................................................................58Psychological Health Research: Can Disability Studies and Psychology Co-exist?
Kaley Maureen Roosen
....................................................................................................................63The sound o home - Implications o living in the eld 
Samantha Breslin
...............................................................................................................................68Activism and the Academy 
Jean McDonald
....................................................................................................................................73Textural Healings: Conversations about protecting privilege through subversiveresearch
Tricia Morris and Katie Macdonald
............................................................................................78 

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