The conference will showcase ethnographic work being conducted in Canada and foster a critical discussion of what ethnography in and of Canada is today. What forms is ethnographic work taking, within academia and outside of it? How are ethnographers conceptualizing “Canada,” and what are the key questions informing ethnographic endeavours in this space?
This conference will bring together participants from a range of backgrounds and levels of expertise, creating a space for critical discussion and learning. The day will consist of traditional panels and round tables, breakout sessions, and be rounded off with an evening of mingling. The keynote speaker is Professor Monica Heller.
THE CENTRE FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION ANNEX
720 BATHURST ST. TORONTO ON
APRIL 15 2016
9AM TO 9PM
NO FEE – REGISTRATION REQUIRED DUE TO LIMITED SPACE: CLICK HERE
Support generously provided by: the Department of Anthropology, the Ethnography Lab, the Faculty of Arts & Science Dean’s Student Initiative Fund, the Department of Sociology, and the Graduate Sociology Students Association