Marilyn Strathern (1999) A sense of engaging two fields (of knowledge/competence) at once, one 'out there' and another 'in academia'. "Ethnographers set themselves not just the task of comprehending the effect that certain practices and artefacts have in people's lives, but of re-creating some of those effects in teh context of writing about them."
Audrey Prost https://anthropologymatters.com/index.php/anth_matters/article/view/117/230 : 'the ‘ethnographic moment’, i.e. the moment in which the
anthropologist rises to meet a revealed problematic encapsulated in a
particular instance of fieldwork, may be paralleled to the
experience of religious epiphany, whereby embodied and
intellectual understanding of phenomena and situation come to
merge, producing a totalising understanding of the field and the