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Ethnographic Experiments

Ethnography Lab Speaker Series 2018-2019 While the ethnographic method is conventionally understood as a combination of fieldwork, participant observation, notetaking, and textual analysis, the speakers in this series reflect on their practice and commitment to alternative ethnographic methods such as videography, performance art, map-making, sonography, and poetry. There is a long history of experimental ethnographic … Continue reading

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Announcement: Urban Ethnography Lab Workshop in Berlin, Sept. 5-8, 2018

The Ethnography Lab would like to announce an upcoming workshop organized by our colleagues Carolin Genz and Dr. Aylin Yildirim Tschoepe at the Urban Ethnography Lab (an offshoot of the EL). The workshop, entitled Beyond Urban Transformation, will be held at Humboldt University in Berlin at the Georg Simmel Centre for Metropolitan Studies, and is funded … Continue reading

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Event: Dissertation to Manuscript: Publishing with a University Press

DESCRIPTION Are you writing your dissertation or recently finished and wondering how to turn your dissertation into a book manuscript? This workshop is meant to address the What (types of manuscripts are UPs looking for), When (in your career), Where (to try to get a contract) and How (to write a book proposal) of navigating academic publishing … Continue reading

Book Binding Workshop for Ethnographers and Others, June 4th 2-4pm
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Book Binding Workshop for Ethnographers and Others, June 4th 2-4pm

We are looking for 10 participants to join an exciting Beginner Bookbinding Workshop. In this workshop, Tarlen Handayani, a bookbinder, craftsperson and entrepreneur from Indonesia, will teach a small group of anthropologists and others how to make personal field notebooks with simple techniques of bookbinding. The workshop will be held in the Ethnography Lab, room … Continue reading

Workshop: (Re)Thinking Diversity & Comparison – May 4th, 10am-4pm
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Workshop: (Re)Thinking Diversity & Comparison – May 4th, 10am-4pm

Our colleagues at the University of Toronto have organized a workshop on May 4th (10AM-4PM, AP246) as a part of the Osaka University summer exchange program that happens annually at the anthropology department and is run by Prof. Shiho Satsuka, along with Profs. Bonnie McElhinny and Girish Daswani. The workshop theme is about multiplying our … Continue reading