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Anthropology and the Graphic Form: Collaborative Research on Labor Politics in Post-Socialist Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Anthropology and the Graphic Form: Collaborative Research on Labor Politics in Post-Socialist Bosnia-Herzegovina

Participants: Andrew Gilbert, Larisa Kurtovic, Boris Stapic Join anthropologists Andrew Gilbert (McMaster) and Larisa Kurtovic (uOttawa) and Sarajevo-based graphic artist Boris Stapic as they discuss their ongoing collaborative research project which aims to tell the story of a successful worker campaign in the northern Bosnian city of Tuzla as a graphic ethnography. They will discuss … Continue reading

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Urban Ethnography from the Global South: Reading Group meeting #2

The second reading group meeting for the Urban Ethnography of the Global South group will involve discussion of the following book: Life and Words: Violence and the Descent into the Ordinary by Veena Das (2006) The meeting will take place: Wednesday, April 10th, 20195-7pmRoom 330, Anthropology Bldg, 19 Russell Street, Toronto Open to students, faculty, … Continue reading

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Magical Capitalism, Gambler Subjects: South Korea’s Bitcoin Investment

Thursday, April 4, 2019 | 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM AP330, Anthropology Building 19 Russell St. _ Speaker: Seung Cheol LEE, University of Mississippi Chair: Jesook Song, Department of Anthropology, U of T “First, it was just tech people. Now, literally everyone is interested in Bitcoin,” said New York Times while reporting on the Bitcoin … Continue reading

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Ban Damunhwa and its Neoliberal Affect of Fairness and Equity

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 | 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM AP330, Anthropology Building 19 Russell St. _ Speaker: EuyRyung Jun, Chonbuk National University Chair: Jesook Song, Department of Anthropology, U of T This talk discusses the rapid emergence of ban damunhwa (“anti-multiculture”) or the sentiment of anti-immigration in South Korea. Ban damunhwa discourse centers on … Continue reading

Visualizing the Ethnographic: a practical workshop
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Visualizing the Ethnographic: a practical workshop

The Connaught Global Challenge Initiative, Entangled Worlds: Sovereignty, Sanctities and Soils, in collaboration with Visual Ethnography Group of the Ethnography Lab will be hosting a practical workshop on visual ethnography with Dr. Roger Canals Vilageliu, University of Barcelona. Dr. Canals Vilageliu is a visual anthropologist who has done ethnographic film and photography projects on the religious cult … Continue reading

Podcast Launch for “Kensington Market: Toronto in Transition”
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Podcast Launch for “Kensington Market: Toronto in Transition”

The Kensington Market Research Project (KMRP) aims to produce rich and detailed knowledge about Toronto’s most celebrated multicultural heritage district. In this event, we will showcase its latest productions: ethnographic podcasts made by undergraduate ethnographers. As downtown Toronto faces the encroachment of big corporate retailers, the impending conversion of public housing into private condominiums, and the … Continue reading

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Writing (Anthropology) in Different Registers

How do anthropologists write in different registers, through policy documents, activist texts,or art? What happens to anthropological knowledge when we do? And how and where does our knowledge travel and translate? Come join us for a discussion at the Ethnography Lab. Thursday, March 21st 4:30-6:30 PM (the time on the poster is a typo) 19 … Continue reading