Safe Haven Ethnography Review Anthro 233 Michael Markovinovic   In the ethnography “Safe Haven: The Story Of A Shelter For Homeless Women, the author Rae Bridgman, analyzes and explores a women’s homeless shelter in Canadas biggest city, Toronto. Throughout the ethnography, the shelter Bridgman is referring to is Toronto’s Savard shelter. Within the shelter is […]

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Final Ethnography Review Blog – A Review of Paul Farmer’s Pathologies of Power By Dylan Sobey 201503031 ANTH 233.20: Ethnographic Studies Saint Francis Xavier University Dr. Christina Holmes Paul Farmer’s Pathologies of Power is undeniably eye-opening in its nature, bringing the reader to a closer understanding of some of our world’s most troubling realities. The […]

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