At long last, my first peer-reviewed academic publication is available online in the journal Ethnography, at least to those with access to an academic database.
I wrote this as my Junior Paper at Princeton, and I have to confess that my thinking on some of these issues has evolved and matured a bit. Still, given the theme of this article – the meaning and power of dramatic, unconventional, non-institutional protest – now seems like a rather appropriate time to see it published.
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That’s really exciting that your J.P. is now published! I miss having access to academic journals and databases 😦 Perhaps there’s added motivation for me to go to grad school!