Join us for our final event of 2020! On Wednesday, December 16th from 3:00-5:00pm (EST) Tania Li’s Ethnographic Practicum students will present their research findings.
The generation of knowledge about the world is the core mandate of ethnographic inquiry; and the
content of knowledge – what it is, who generates it, how it is evaluated, contested and put into motion is a core theme of ethnographic research. Hence for ethnographers knowledge is double: it is what we seek to generate through our research and analysis; and it is what we seek to understand. Students in the Fall 2020 Ethnographic Practicum class ANT 6200 took up the challenge of attempting to generate ethnographic knowledge about knowledge under Covid constraints. Come hear the results and join the discussion. Everyone welcome. Admission to the Zoom room will begin at 3:00PM EST.
3:00pm EST Admission from the Waiting Room
3:10 – 3:20pm Welcome and introduction Professor Tania Li
3:20-4:05pm Knowledge Discernments: Authorization on the web
“Why is no one talking about this?” Instagram Social Activism and Veridiction Online by Kaylee Tang
Social Media access to Buddhist discourse and the Guru by Tenzin Tsundue
“’Professionalism’ is another workplace dinosaur”: Crafting the Authentic Persona on LinkedIn by Sabrina Wu
4:15-5:00pm Embodied Knowledge and Everyday Practice
Zoom World as an Autistic Experience by Sofia Champion
Disabling Solidarity: Black Lives Matter in Nova Scotia by Tomoya Boehm
Swapping Rigid Pews for Comfy Couches: Reorienting Catholic Practice during Pandemic Times by Isabella Daniele
Zoom login info
Meeting ID: 847 9936 0551 Passcode: 275154