Jinns and Species: A Conversation on Saintly Beings, Religion, and Multispecies Ethnography
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Jinns and Species: A Conversation on Saintly Beings, Religion, and Multispecies Ethnography

Please join the Lab’s Multispecies Ethnography Working Group for a conversation with Professor Anand Vivek Taneja. Title: Jinns and Species: A Conversation on Saintly Beings, Religion, and Multispecies Ethnography Date/Time: Tuesday, March 29th, 2022, 3-4:30 EST To register or for more information, please email Noha Fikry at n.fikry@mail.utoronto.ca Abstract: In this conversation, Anand Taneja will … Continue reading

Entertaining the Graphic in the Ethnographic Workshop series: Photoshop Skills
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Entertaining the Graphic in the Ethnographic Workshop series: Photoshop Skills

The Entertaining the Graphic in the Ethnographic Working Group is hosting an introduction to Photoshop skills workshop series in two parts. Week 1: Fundamentals of Layering & Week 2: Basic Photoshop skills Dates: Week 1: Tuesday 29th of March, 2022            Week 2: Tuesday 26th of April, 2022 Week 1 & 2 are a continuum; … Continue reading

Between Parasitism and Mutuality: Multispecies Ethnography in Plantation Ecologies, featuring Professor Sophie Chao
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Between Parasitism and Mutuality: Multispecies Ethnography in Plantation Ecologies, featuring Professor Sophie Chao

Ethnography Lab presents Between Parasitism and Mutuality: Multispecies Ethnography in Plantation Ecologies Featuring: Professor Sophie Chao Wednesday, March 9th, 2022, 4-5:30 PM EST Please email Noha at n.fikry@mail.utoronto.ca for zoom info! About this Event:In this discussion, we think about the possibilities and limitations of multispecies ethnography on plantations. In particular, we focus on 2 articles that Sophie … Continue reading

Ethnography In and Of the Archive, with Natalie Rothman
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Ethnography In and Of the Archive, with Natalie Rothman

This session will consider what ethnography can bring to the study of archives, and what archives can bring to ethnographic study. About this event Please join the Ethnography Lab for our upcoming Methods Café, “Ethnography In and Of the Archive,” featuring Professor Natalie Rothman. Date/Time: March 8, 2022, 12 -1 pm ET Location: Zoom This … Continue reading

Ethnographic Variations Speaker Series: Dr. Stephanie Springgay
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Ethnographic Variations Speaker Series: Dr. Stephanie Springgay

Please join Ethnographic Variations for a discussion about ethnographic practices and methodological possibilities, featuring Dr. Stephanie Springgay. Date/Time: February 28, 2-3pm EST Location: Zoom About this event The Ethnographic Variations group at Anthropology’s Ethnography Lab invites you to join us on February 28 when we will be joined by a very special guest Dr. Stephanie … Continue reading

“Meet the Labs”: Emergent Methods for the Study of Mobility – 28/02 from 11 – 1 pm EST
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“Meet the Labs”: Emergent Methods for the Study of Mobility – 28/02 from 11 – 1 pm EST

Featuring: * Biao Xiang, The Mobility, Technology, and Well-Being Lab (MOLAB), Anthropology of Economic Experimentation, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
* Tarini Bedi, Mobilities and Methods Lab, University of Illinois-Chicago, Department of Anthropology
* Melisa Cefkin, Waymo
Moderated by: William F. Stafford, JR., University of Toronto Mississauga
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Final Presentations: Ethnography of the University 2021: Focus on Diversity
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Final Presentations: Ethnography of the University 2021: Focus on Diversity

 The word “diversity” is everywhere in universities these days, but what does diversity mean, and what does it do? How does “diversity” shape the life of the university? Is diversity something you embody, or something you do? How exactly do faculty, staff and students “do” diversity and what becomes of their efforts?  Continue reading

Students as Diversity Workers, By Nana Koomson (Ethnography of the University 2021: Focus on Diversity)
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Students as Diversity Workers, By Nana Koomson (Ethnography of the University 2021: Focus on Diversity)

This final paper was part of the coursework for the Ethnographic Practicum course, “Ethnography of the University 2021: Focus on Diversity.” Do We Let the Club Go? It was approaching the middle of May, and I had yet to find someone to replace me as the president of the Afro Dance and Culture Club (ADC). … Continue reading

What Diversity Feels Like: the affective dimensions of diversity work at the university, By Mason Lorch (Ethnography of the University 2021: Focus on Diversity)
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What Diversity Feels Like: the affective dimensions of diversity work at the university, By Mason Lorch (Ethnography of the University 2021: Focus on Diversity)

This final paper was part of the coursework for the Ethnographic Practicum course, “Ethnography of the University 2021: Focus on Diversity.”             Near the end of term I was talking to my mother on Zoom about my ethnographic data, hoping that by talking out loud to someone, I would work out how to write about … Continue reading