We hope to see you at the Ethnography Lab Winter Launch!
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We hope to see you at the Ethnography Lab Winter Launch!

Friday, January 31, 2020 | Workshop 1:00-3:00PM, AP330, Launch 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM AP246, Anthropology Building 19 Russell St. Please join the Ethnography Lab’s Senior Researcher Dr. Andrew Gilbert, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, U of T, for a workshop on the possibility of communicating ethnographic research in forms other than text, i.e. photo, video, … Continue reading

Ethnography Beyond the Text: A Workshop on What to Know Before You Go
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Ethnography Beyond the Text: A Workshop on What to Know Before You Go

Please join Ethnography Lab’s Senior Researcher Dr. Andrew Gilbert on Friday, January 31, 2020. This is a workshop designed for anyone who will be conducting ethnographic research and is interested in the possibility of communicating that research in forms other than text, i.e. photo, video, graphic and sequential arts, audio, etc.  The focus will be on how to prepare … Continue reading

An Elephant in the Room: Tracking an Awkward Anthropology
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An Elephant in the Room: Tracking an Awkward Anthropology

Due to the elevator being out of service, this event has moved to room AP130, Anthropology Building 19 Russell St. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Friday, January 17,  2020 | 4:30 PM 6:00 PM Speaker: Dr. Magdalena Kazubowski-Houston, Associate Professor  Department of Theatre, York University Drawing on trail anthropology and the notion of the … Continue reading

Time at the University
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Time at the University

How do different temporalities shape the life of the university? How do faculty, staff and students make time, spend time, and value time, past, present and future? Who tries to manage time, and why? Students in Ethnographic Practicum courses ANT473 and ANT6200 carried out research at different sites around campus to find out… Come hear … Continue reading

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Magical Capitalism, Gambler Subjects: South Korea’s Bitcoin Investment

Thursday, April 4, 2019 | 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM AP330, Anthropology Building 19 Russell St. _ Speaker: Seung Cheol LEE, University of Mississippi Chair: Jesook Song, Department of Anthropology, U of T “First, it was just tech people. Now, literally everyone is interested in Bitcoin,” said New York Times while reporting on the Bitcoin … Continue reading

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Ban Damunhwa and its Neoliberal Affect of Fairness and Equity

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 | 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM AP330, Anthropology Building 19 Russell St. _ Speaker: EuyRyung Jun, Chonbuk National University Chair: Jesook Song, Department of Anthropology, U of T This talk discusses the rapid emergence of ban damunhwa (“anti-multiculture”) or the sentiment of anti-immigration in South Korea. Ban damunhwa discourse centers on … Continue reading

Podcast Launch for “Kensington Market: Toronto in Transition”
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Podcast Launch for “Kensington Market: Toronto in Transition”

The Kensington Market Research Project (KMRP) aims to produce rich and detailed knowledge about Toronto’s most celebrated multicultural heritage district. In this event, we will showcase its latest productions: ethnographic podcasts made by undergraduate ethnographers. As downtown Toronto faces the encroachment of big corporate retailers, the impending conversion of public housing into private condominiums, and the … Continue reading