and leisure time.
Beyond ethnography, this contribution discusses methodological and epistemological aspects of engaging in multitemporalfieldwork.
Although my research experience on Shanghai and its inhabitants so far covers a period of merely nine years, this seems sufficient to highlight
From Shanghai to Iug-2 … and What Now? Traces of (Re-)Claiming Bishkek from MultitemporalFieldwork in Kyrgyzstan 129
Ala-Too as the Main City/Country Square: Changing Forms, Uses, and Meanings 146
Natalya Kosmarskaya, Artyom Kosmarsky and Guzel
discussion. Five articles touch upon different aspects of contemporary life in Bishkek and reveal interesting urban dynamics.
Philipp Schröder employs multitemporalfieldwork to analyze how claims on places in the city evolve and change over time. It has been eight years since he completed his doctoral