Ethnographies of/from the Global South Presents “Rebeldes en Acción”: Crossroads of English Teaching and Violence in a Colombian Marginalized High School
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Ethnographies of/from the Global South Presents “Rebeldes en Acción”: Crossroads of English Teaching and Violence in a Colombian Marginalized High School

 Yecid Ortega, PhD Candidate, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education – OISE Thursday, January 30 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM in The Ethnography Lab, Room 330,University of Toronto, Anthropology Building 19 Russel Street 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

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

Politics and the University: An Ethnographic Inquiry
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Politics and the University: An Ethnographic Inquiry

A conference brought to you by the Ethnography Lab, practicum students (ANT473 and ANT 6200), and Prof Tania Li. The conference program is available here. Date: Thursday December 6 Time: 1:00PM-5:00PM Location: University of Toronto Anthropology Department, 19 Russell Street Toronto, Room AP 246 Is our university a hot bed of political activism, or is it … Continue reading