We are excited to announce that the newest issue of The Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography (JUE vol. 10 no. 2) has been published, with six original articles by undergraduate students. Samantha Pentecost explores expressions of hegemonic masculinity at a co-ed scout camp. Mary Heinz looks at the formation of furry LGBT+ identity and community on line. Lorena Reinert shows how Asháninka epistemologies sustain resistance to colonial oppression. Mariel Tabachnick investigates French students’ views on how Muslims fit into France’s assertively secular society. Anqi Chen and Yongxin Lu analyze patterns of integration among Chinese immigrants in the Triangle de Choisy, the best-known quartier chinois of Paris. Finally, Yuxian Seow lyrically explores everyday transnationalism through the mutual care and loving communication she sustains with her grandmother. The Editor's Welcome also announces that Dr Karen McGarry has joined the JUE in the role of Co-Editor.

Thanks go to the stalwart members of our Senior Editorial Board, who review the articles submitted to the JUE, Dalhousie University social anthropology graduate student Briana Kelly for her editorial assistance, Dalhousie University Libraries for hosting the JUE through the Open Journals Systems platform, in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People.

JUE 10(2) Contents

Editor’s Welcome
Martha Radice| Dalhousie University

Gendering the Boy Scouts: Examining Hegemonic Masculinity at a Co-Ed Backpacking Camp
Samantha Pentecost| Southwestern University

“There’s A Little Bit of That Magic Where I’m Becoming Something Else”: LGBT+ Furry Identity Formation and Belonging Online
Mary Heinz| Goucher College

Epistemologies of Resistance: Knowledge in the Peruvian Amazon
Lorena Reinert| Messiah College

“You can’t forget our roots anyway”: French College Students’ views on a Racially and Religiously Pluralistic France
Mariel Elyssa Tabachnick| University of Pittsburgh

Beyond Ethnic Enclave: Social Integration of Chinese Immigrants in Paris’s “Little Asia”
Anqi Chen| University of Cambridge
Yongxin Lu | London School of Economics

Stories of Transnationalism: nǐ kàn wǒ, wǒ kàn nǐ (你看我, 我看你)
Yuxian Seow| University of Western Australia-----------------------------------------------------------


Please share our call for papers (below) with undergraduate students, especially if you are teaching or taking a class that involves ethnographic methods.

Call for Papers: The Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography

The Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography (JUE) is an online publication for undergraduate academic writing. The JUE seeks to publish original ethnographic research by undergraduate students working in a variety of disciplines. Our goal is to bring readers insights into subcultures, practices, and social institutions. The JUE encourages undergraduates or those who have graduated within the past twelve months to submit manuscripts for consideration. Manuscripts must be based on original research conducted using ethnographic methods, on any topic in the social sciences.

Submissions are welcomed for our next issues. Deadlines are January 31 and July 31. Please check out our website (undergraduateethnography.org) for author guidelines and past issues. Send any questions about submissions to Martha Radice at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..