The Fear of Dahalo Bandits on a Drive Through the Alaotra Night (Madagascar)

– by Anders Norge Lauridsen – Why are we stopping? The shadows are growing longer and the twilight is near, but we still have a long way home to the village of Anororo ahead of us. A man at a run from the other tractor several ridges behind us catches up with our tractor and … Continue reading The Fear of Dahalo Bandits on a Drive Through the Alaotra Night (Madagascar)

Returning

– by Valerie Miller – Returning is a problematic word for anthropologists. To turn is to go around, go another direction, move to a different position. But REturning would then mean to stay right where you are (by turning again), realizing the full circle. It is movement from A to B to A, movement from … Continue reading Returning