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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

Ethnography Lab Speaker Series 2017-2018
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Ethnography Lab Speaker Series 2017-2018

For the 2017/2018 academic year, the Ethnography Lab is excited to present Methodological Extensions, a series of panel presentations exploring non-traditional methods or sites of ethnographic research. The series consists of four separate panel discussions, each presenting the work of faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, who are working either collaboratively or independently, with specific … Continue reading

Apply Today for the Summer High School Program at the Ethnography Lab
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Apply Today for the Summer High School Program at the Ethnography Lab

The Ethnography Lab in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Toronto will be running a week-long anthropology program for high-school students interested in culture, social change, and history. Students from local high-schools will have a chance to explore Kensington Market’s history as one of Canada’s most celebrated multicultural neighborhoods. As they learn about … Continue reading

VISIBLE & INVISIBLE: INFRASTRUCTURE & POLITICS OF COHABITATION
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VISIBLE & INVISIBLE: INFRASTRUCTURE & POLITICS OF COHABITATION

Please join faculty and graduate students from Osaka University and University of Toronto for an open workshop in which we explore how attention to infrastructure might guide us to see the complex dynamics among various human and nonhuman beings that constitute the world, opening up new questions about how to live in a world of … Continue reading