Do You Queer What I Queer?: Recording, Telling, and Archiving an Ethnographic Podcast
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Do You Queer What I Queer?: Recording, Telling, and Archiving an Ethnographic Podcast

Join Elliott Tilleczek (PhD Student, Anthropology) and Thomas Stoneman (Youth Educator) on Wednesday, November 4th as they discuss the various methods and types of work that go into creating their podcast Do You Queer What I Queer? In addition to speaking about the podcast, Elliott and Thom will host a workshop and show in real-time what is … Continue reading

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Workshop Series: Putting the Graphic in the Ethnographic: Experimenting with Collage

Friday, February 7,  2020 | 1:00 PM 3:00 PMSpeaker: Maya El Helou, PhD Student, Department of Anthropology, The University of Toronto This workshop proposes experimenting with collage as a medium of making sense out of the mess of social theory.  It continues an initiative begun last year of informal workshops designed to encourage ethnographers to experiment with different mediums to enhance their engagement—visually … Continue reading

Jacob Nerenberg to Speak at Ethnography Lab
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Jacob Nerenberg to Speak at Ethnography Lab

Jacob Nerenberg, a PhD Candidate at the University of Toronto’s Department of Anthropology, will be giving the last talk of the semester in the Ethnography. Entitled : Mission Telecom, Nerenberg will be asking: “What can ethnography offer scenes of dislocation and uncertainty? Stories about text messages and missionaries in New Guinea raise questions about technology, … Continue reading

Dr. Barry Wellman to Speak at the Ethnography Lab
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Dr. Barry Wellman to Speak at the Ethnography Lab

The Digital Ethnography Group is pleased to welcome Dr. Barry Wellman, Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto and co-author of the book “Networked: The New Social Operating System,” to the Ethnography lab on Friday, April 10th at 5pm for a discussion about some of the changes brought about in tandem with the proliferation … Continue reading

Digital Ethnography Group – research without boundaries
Digital Ethnography

Digital Ethnography Group – research without boundaries

As more and more of the world gains access to the internet, cell phones, and accompanying technologies, ethnographers’ field sites often multiply and become at least partially digital. Traditional ethnographic field methods for physical locations remain crucial to training junior anthropologists, but methodologies that do not keep pace with ever-shifting loci of communication and cultural … Continue reading