"The ethnographic ethos of ambivalence, ambiguity, and openness inflects our own subjectivities in the way we try to portray our main characters: as living people in the page, with their own mediated subjectivities, whose actions are contingent without being inevitable, caught in a constricted and intolerable universe of choices that remains the only source from which they can craft alternatives." -Joao Biehl and Peter Locke, Deleuze and the Anthropology of Becoming. 

Alex Siegman