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

Jessika Tremblay Awarded Faculty of Arts and Science Germany/Europe Fund Award for Ethnography Lab Project
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Jessika Tremblay Awarded Faculty of Arts and Science Germany/Europe Fund Award for Ethnography Lab Project

The Ethnography Lab is pleased to announce that Jessika Tremblay, PhD Candidate in the University of Toronto Department of Anthropology, has been awarded a Faculty of Arts and Science Germany/Europe Fund award to lead a partnership building project with the Georg-Simmel-Centre for Metropolitan Studies in the summer of 2016.  Jessika will be traveling to Germany with … Continue reading

Ethnography Lab Speaker Series 2015-2016 Call for Abstracts
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Ethnography Lab Speaker Series 2015-2016 Call for Abstracts

The Ethnography Lab is excited to invite talented speakers to share their insights and experience about ethnography in our 2015-2016 speaker series! Housed in the University of Toronto Department of Anthropology, the Ethnography Lab strives to encourage dynamic discussion and experimentation with the various ways in which ethnography is practiced and imagined. This year we … Continue reading

Welcome to the Ethnography Lab
Ethnography Lab

Welcome to the Ethnography Lab

I’m excited to announce the launch of the Ethnography Lab at the University of Toronto. The Ethnography Lab is a meeting place for ethnographers working within and beyond the university who wish to reflect upon, develop, and refine their craft.

The craft of ethnography has two poles. On the one hand, there is the research itself, which includes methods such as participant observation, interviewing, and writing field notes. On the other hand, there is the communication of research to various publics, through writing, filmmaking, storytelling, and the like. … Continue reading