Hacking the Postcard
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Hacking the Postcard

Speaker Series: “Hacking the Postcard”With Dr. Mascha Gugganig (Munich Center for Technology in Society) and Sophie Schor (University of Massachusetts Amherst) Wednesday, December 2nd, 202012:00-2:00pm EST(stay tuned for registration and Zoom info) Join Mascha and Sophie as they discuss their project and recent article “Multimodal Ethnography in/of/as Postcards”, published in American Anthropologist in August 2020. Have … Continue reading

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

“Pandemic Dreams – Notes From an Online Research Project in the Summer of COVID-19”
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“Pandemic Dreams – Notes From an Online Research Project in the Summer of COVID-19”

Welcome to our first virtual speaker series event of the year! Join Erica Kilius (PhD Student, Anthropology), Leela McKinnon (PhD Student, Anthropology), and Noor Abbas (MSc Student, Anthropology) as they discuss their COVID-19 and Sleep study conducted this summer, funded through the University of Toronto Student Engagement Awards. While their lab typically explores sleep through … Continue reading

“Virtually There” Works-in-Progress and Works Delayed Student Conference
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“Virtually There” Works-in-Progress and Works Delayed Student Conference

On August 5th and 6th 2020, graduate students from the department of anthropology at the University of Toronto will be presenting research papers and works-in-progress to their peers and faculty. You are warmly invited to attend, watch the presentations, and engage with comments and questions. The event is presented by the Anthropology Graduate Student Union … Continue reading

Ethnography in/of the Pandemic, Follow-up Session 3: Methods and Tools
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Ethnography in/of the Pandemic, Follow-up Session 3: Methods and Tools

Session Report 3 prepared by Tessa Bonduelle and Hannah Quinn with Andrew Gilbert On Friday, May 22, 2020, the Ethnography Lab hosted the final of three sessions for our “Ethnography in/of the Pandemic” series. Session 3 focused on the “Methods and Tools” available to researchers undertaking ethnography in the pandemic. These questions emerged from the … Continue reading

Ethnography in/of the Pandemic, Follow-up Session 2: Research Projects and Writing
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Ethnography in/of the Pandemic, Follow-up Session 2: Research Projects and Writing

Session Report prepared by Tessa Bonduelle with Hannah Quinn and Andrew Gilbert On Friday, May 15, 2020, the Ethnography Lab hosted the second of three sessions for our “Ethnography in/of the Pandemic” series. Session 2 focused on the pandemic’s impact on research projects and writing, addressing pragmatic and practical questions spanning all stages of a … Continue reading

Ethnography in/of the Pandemic, Follow-Up Session 1: Ethics of Engagement
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Ethnography in/of the Pandemic, Follow-Up Session 1: Ethics of Engagement

Prepared by Hannah Quinn with Andrew Gilbert On Tuesday, May 12th the Ethnography Lab hosted the first of three sessions for our “Ethnography in/of the Pandemic” series. Session 1 focused on “ethics and engagement,” a theme that emerged from the brainstorming session on May 1st where participants noted their concerns related to pursuing or continuing … Continue reading

Ethnography in/of the Pandemic: Mapping the Problem Space
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Ethnography in/of the Pandemic: Mapping the Problem Space

On May 1st the Ethnography Lab hosted a collective conversation raising diverse questions and concerns related to ethnographic research under pandemic conditions.  Attended by upwards of 70 participants, including students, faculty, and other ethnographers from across Canada and the US, the conversation was wide-ranging and robust.  Three sets of questions emerged and will form the … Continue reading

Ethnography in/of the Pandemic Follow-Up Sessions
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Ethnography in/of the Pandemic Follow-Up Sessions

The response to our first roundtable, Ethnography in/of the Pandemic, exceeded our expectations both in the number of those interested and participating and the richness of the discussion.  We have decided to hold three follow-up sessions, each focused on a cluster of questions and themes raised in our initial session.  Please note that the organizers are … Continue reading