The authors spend a year living in a horse-drawn wagon in a camp among Irish Travellers, a nomadic group similar to the Roma. There they experience firsthand what it is like to be members of a socially marginalized group. The chapter discusses the relationships created between anthropologists and the people they study and the daily routines and challenges of fieldwork.
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