Collaborative Possibilities: Reflections on the Experience of Teaching and Learning Anthropology.
This reflective piece considers the pedagogical possibilities presented by centering collaboration in the process of teaching and learning anthropology. This piece explores the intimate, lived experience of an undergraduate student who completed their degree whilst participating in the TikTok Ethnography Collective. Written as an exchange between student and teacher, this piece reflects on what this experience might mean for how we can rethink the relationship between student and teacher, theory and method, teaching and learning, and what it might mean to truly collaborate within the academy.
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