Where Interpretation Ends and History Begins: Questions of Scale and Scope in Anthropological Analysis (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)
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Where Interpretation Ends and History Begins: Questions of Scale and Scope in Anthropological Analysis (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)

By Amanda Harvey-Sanchez This blog post as part of a series by the students of the University of Toronto Anthropology course ANT473 and ANT6200 Ethnographic Practicum: The University, taught by Prof. Tania Li at the University of Toronto in 2018. Click here for the syllabus. One of the questions which I have had to navigate in my research … Continue reading

Being Native to the Field: A Double-Edged Sword (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)
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Being Native to the Field: A Double-Edged Sword (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)

By Amanda Harvey-Sanchez, Ailin Z. W. Li, Yiran Li, and Amanda Dias N. Sumanasekera This blog post as part of a series by the students of the University of Toronto Anthropology course ANT473 and ANT6200 Ethnographic Practicum: The University, taught by Prof. Tania Li at the University of Toronto in 2018. Click here for the syllabus. In conducting … Continue reading

Blog Post 3: For the Rights of Chinese Students (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)
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Blog Post 3: For the Rights of Chinese Students (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)

By Yiran Li This blog post as part of a series by the students of the University of Toronto Anthropology course ANT473 and ANT6200 Ethnographic Practicum: The University, taught by Prof. Tania Li at the University of Toronto in 2018. Click here for the syllabus. Focusing on the involvement issues of Chinese students, an inevitable topic for me … Continue reading

Blog Post 2: What is successful and what is a good club event (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)
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Blog Post 2: What is successful and what is a good club event (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)

By Yiran Li This blog post as part of a series by the students of the University of Toronto Anthropology course ANT473 and ANT6200 Ethnographic Practicum: The University, taught by Prof. Tania Li at the University of Toronto in 2018. Click here for the syllabus. You are a Chinese student and this is your first year in Canada. … Continue reading

Blog Post 1: The Missing Friendship (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)
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Blog Post 1: The Missing Friendship (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)

By Yiran Li This blog post as part of a series by the students of the University of Toronto Anthropology course ANT473 and ANT6200 Ethnographic Practicum: The University, taught by Prof. Tania Li at the University of Toronto in 2018. Click here for the syllabus. Introduction: According to the data collected in 2016, Chinese international students take up … Continue reading

Collaborative Writing Theme 3: Who is the imagined university student? (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)
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Collaborative Writing Theme 3: Who is the imagined university student? (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)

By Tarini Date, Ailin Z.W. Li, Nil Alt Kecik, and Cassandra Gemmell This blog post as part of a series by the students of the University of Toronto Anthropology course ANT473 and ANT6200 Ethnographic Practicum: The University, taught by Prof. Tania Li at the University of Toronto in 2018. Click here for the syllabus. Within the university campus, … Continue reading

Ending at the Beginning (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)
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Ending at the Beginning (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)

By Tarini Date This blog post as part of a series by the students of the University of Toronto Anthropology course ANT473 and ANT6200 Ethnographic Practicum: The University, taught by Prof. Tania Li at the University of Toronto in 2018. Click here for the syllabus. When I first learned that the theme of this year’s class was politics, … Continue reading

Neutrality on the Field (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)
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Neutrality on the Field (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)

By Tarini Date This blog post as part of a series by the students of the University of Toronto Anthropology course ANT473 and ANT6200 Ethnographic Practicum: The University, taught by Prof. Tania Li at the University of Toronto in 2018. Click here for the syllabus. On a personal level, I firm believer in and advocate for women’s autonomy, … Continue reading

Shifting Fields, Collecting Data and Trusting One’s Instinct (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)
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Shifting Fields, Collecting Data and Trusting One’s Instinct (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)

By Tarini Date This blog post as part of a series by the students of the University of Toronto Anthropology course ANT473 and ANT6200 Ethnographic Practicum: The University, taught by Prof. Tania Li at the University of Toronto in 2018. Click here for the syllabus. In this blog post, I would like to discuss the challenges that collecting … Continue reading

Collaborative Ethnography (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)
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Collaborative Ethnography (Ethnography of the University 2018: Focus on Politics)

By Nil Alt, Maya El Helou, Cassandra Gemmell, Maggie Morris  This blog post as part of a series by the students of the University of Toronto Anthropology course ANT473 and ANT6200 Ethnographic Practicum: The University, taught by Prof. Tania Li at the University of Toronto in 2018. Click here for the syllabus. Common slogans like “Just do it” … Continue reading