Introducing the Multispecies Ethnography Group
Multispecies Ethnography Group

Introducing the Multispecies Ethnography Group

Initiated by three students exploring waste, Hindu nationalism, and rural home-rearing practices in India and Egypt, this multispecies ethnography speaker series and collective reads, discusses, and engages with emerging texts exploring humans, animals, jinns, and plants in various parts of the world. Together, we explore possibilities, challenges, and politics of writing, researching, and thinking with … Continue reading

Introducing the Entertaining the Graphic in the Ethnographic group
Entertaining the Graphic in the Ethnographic

Introducing the Entertaining the Graphic in the Ethnographic group

The idea of this entertaining the graphic in the ethnographic series is an experimental attempt at capturing the process in which knowledge production is created when it intersects with the corporal embodiment of stories and telling them with forms and shapes. How can the ethnographic transform (or not) in an affective moment of stories meeting objects beyond … Continue reading

Introducing the Ethnographic Writing Workshop
Ethnographic Writing Workshop

Introducing the Ethnographic Writing Workshop

This workshop aims to foster a space for experimentation, play, and critique as participants explore writing about others and other worlds through the gateway of the participant’s embodied experience. Working in the wake of feminist, decolonial, disability, POC, Black, and queer critiques of positivist knowledge production, participants will engage in writing exercises designed to deepen … Continue reading

Ethnography in/of the Pandemic, Follow-up Session 3: Methods and Tools
Ethnography in/ of the Pandemic / Events

Ethnography in/of the Pandemic, Follow-up Session 3: Methods and Tools

Session Report 3 prepared by Tessa Bonduelle and Hannah Quinn with Andrew Gilbert On Friday, May 22, 2020, the Ethnography Lab hosted the final of three sessions for our “Ethnography in/of the Pandemic” series. Session 3 focused on the “Methods and Tools” available to researchers undertaking ethnography in the pandemic. These questions emerged from the … Continue reading

Ethnography in/of the Pandemic, Follow-up Session 2: Research Projects and Writing
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Ethnography in/of the Pandemic, Follow-up Session 2: Research Projects and Writing

Session Report prepared by Tessa Bonduelle with Hannah Quinn and Andrew Gilbert On Friday, May 15, 2020, the Ethnography Lab hosted the second of three sessions for our “Ethnography in/of the Pandemic” series. Session 2 focused on the pandemic’s impact on research projects and writing, addressing pragmatic and practical questions spanning all stages of a … Continue reading

Ethnography in Canada – Conference Program
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Ethnography in Canada – Conference Program

The program and speaker lineup for the Ethnography in Canada 2016 conference have now been finalized. Please CLICK HERE to download the complete program booklet, including speaker bios and abstract, as a PDF. As a reminder, the conference location is: Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) – Annex 720 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5S 2R4 On Bathurst, a … Continue reading

Ethnography in Canada 2016 Conference – Call for Proposals (Deadline Extended)
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Ethnography in Canada 2016 Conference – Call for Proposals (Deadline Extended)

(Submission deadline extended until February 5, 2016.) We are proud to announce the call for proposals for the inaugural Ethnography in Canada conference, to be held on April 15, 2016 in Toronto. The conference is organized by graduate students and faculty of the Ethnography in Canada hub of the Ethnography Lab at the University of Toronto. Continue reading

History of the Ethnography of the University project
Ethnography of the University

History of the Ethnography of the University project

The Ethnography of the University project was founded at the University of Illinois by Professor Nancy Abelmann. See the website for a rich archive of past student projects. For readings and methods follow this link. EUI researchers in anthropology and other disciplines have pursued hundreds of research projects over the years. On a visit to … Continue reading