Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1. Rethinking Culture through Multimedia Ethnography Chapter 2. Florida and Peru: Experiments in Ethnographic Representation Chapter 3. Digital Tools for Anthropological Analysis Chapter 4. Using the Extensible Markup Language in Cultural Analysis and Presentation Natalie Underberg and Rudy McDaniel Chapter 5. Using Features of Digital Environments to Enable Cultural Learning Chapter 6. Cultural Heritage Video Game Design Conclusion. Narratives and Critical Anthropology: Roles for New Media Appendix: Guide to Web-Based Materials Glossary References Cited Index
A state-of-the-art primer on digital applications for social scientists, with explorations of the emerging field of hypermedia ethnography
Natalie M. Underberg is Associate Professor of Digital Media and Folklore in the University of Central Florida School of Visual Arts and Design. The late Elayne Zorn was Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Central Florida and author of Weaving a Future: Tourism, Cloth, and Culture on an Andean Island.