Kerala 2019
Kerala 2019 / Updates

Kerala 2019

From April to September 2019, three undergraduate students from the Department of Anthropology, at the University of Toronto University, Canada underwent an immersive learning experience at the Centre for Research and Social Transformation (CREST) in Kerala, India. From May to late June, undergraduate student Annika Olsen undertook this internship alongside master’s student Amanda Harvey-Sánchez. From … Continue reading

Ethnography Lab / Infrastructures / Kensington Market / Undergraduate Ethnography Abroad / Updates / Urban Ethnography Lab / Visual Ethnography

Join the Ethnography Lab! A call for Student Convener Applications

The Ethnography Lab would like to announce the opening of several volunteer convener positions to provide unique opportunities for ethnography-focused collaborations, mentorship, research, projects, and presentations based on thematic interests. The call is open to undergraduate and graduate students across all three campuses and disciplines. The Ethnography Lab invites applications for up to four (4) … Continue reading

Applied / Undergraduate Ethnography Abroad / Updates

Call: Fully Funded Summer Internship in India

Calling St. George Undergraduates in Socio-cultural Anthropology and Asian Studies Fully Funded Summer Internship in India Professor Tania Li has received funding from the Dean’s International Initiatives Fund (DIIF) to cover air fare and living costs for 3 students to travel to Kerala, India, for internships at the Centre for Research and Education for Social … Continue reading

Educational Spaces of Contention: The navigation of capital and aspiration by female students in Kerala
Academic Papers / Undergraduate Ethnography Abroad

Educational Spaces of Contention: The navigation of capital and aspiration by female students in Kerala

By Sydney Lang During my first week at CREST, I was shocked by the visible intimacy between students; they would hold hands, play games with each other, and hug each other often. This was in direct contrast to the interactions I had experienced in the public sphere, particularly on the bus, where women sit at … Continue reading