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The volume's contributors � accomplished geographers, anthropologists, and ethnohistorians � foreground the importance of questioning one's subjective gaze and of debating representations of "the other." Reflecting on the realities of fieldwork in socialist regimes and analyzing their positionality and subjectivity in the field, they debate a range of ethical quandaries and the rewards that can be gained from critical reflection. Together, these unique contributions will advance the study of the practice of international fieldwork.