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

Friday, January 17,  2020 | 4:30 PM 6:00 PM AP246, Anthropology Building 19 Russell St. Speaker: Dr. Magdalena Kazubowski-Houston, Associate Professor  Department of Theatre, York University Drawing on trail anthropology and the notion of the through line of action, this presentation tracks the feeling of awk­wardness I experienced in an imaginative ethnography project I conducted in collaboration with a … 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

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

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Urban Ethnography from the Global South: Reading Group meeting

The reading group meeting for the Urban Ethnography of the Global South group will involve discussion of the following book: “In Search of Paradise: Middle- Class Living in a Chinese Metropolis” by Li Zhang (2011)*. The meeting will take place: Wednesday, November 20, 20195-7pmRoom 330, Anthropology Bldg, 19 Russell Street, Toronto Open to students, faculty, … Continue reading

Critical Cartographies: (Re)Imagining Socio-Spatial Relationships
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Critical Cartographies: (Re)Imagining Socio-Spatial Relationships

The Ethnography Lab team invites you to our final speaker event of the year as part of our Ethnography Lab 2018/2019 Speaker Series: ‘Ethnographic Experiments’  “Critical Cartographies: (Re)Imagining Socio-Spatial Relationships with Jeff Hackett, Hannah Quinn and Logan QuinnDate: Wednesday, March 20, 2019 (please note the change of day)Location: The Ethnography Lab (Anthropology Building, 19 Russell St., Room … Continue reading

Disability Anthropology Reading Group Meetings March & April 2019
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Disability Anthropology Reading Group Meetings March & April 2019

The Disability Anthropology Working Group would like to announce two upcoming reading group meetings to take place on March 25th and April 22nd respectively. Please take a look at the two posters below for details about each meeting. ***Please note that the April 22nd meeting has been moved to May 13th, 2-4pm in AP330.*** Continue reading

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The Body Multiple: Ontology in Medical Practice | Annemarie Mol (2002)

The Body Multiple: Ontology in Medical Practice | Annemarie Mol (2002) A reading group discussion hosted by the Disability Anthropology Working Group (Flyer attached) February 25, 2 – 4 PM The Ethnography Lab, Room 330, 19 Russell St. Toronto https://ethnographylab.ca/disability-anthropology-working-group/ Each month the Disability Anthropology Working group, in collaboration with the Ethnography Lab, hosts a reading discussion of an ethnography related … Continue reading