"Ethnographic realities are never fully reducible to the books and theories we bring to the field. What does it take for the 'life of things' - the minor voices, missing peoples, 'ill-formed' and tentative 'collective enunciations' that seem to Deleuze to carry so much potentially transformative vitality - to acquire a social force and to attain recognition and political currency?" -Joao Biehl and Peter Locke, Deleuze and the Anthropology of Becoming. 

Alex Siegman