Introducing Laura Carvalho, the Lab’s new co-Coordinator!
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Introducing Laura Carvalho, the Lab’s new co-Coordinator!

The @EthnographyLab team is happy to welcome our new co-coordinator for the 2022-2023 academic year, Laura Carvalho! Laura is PhD student in sociocultural anthropology at the University of Toronto with an enthusiasm for rivers, anarchism and imaginary politics. Laura holds an MPhil from the Department of Anthropology at the National Museum, Federal University of Rio … Continue reading

Join us for our 2022-23 opening event! Ethnographic Potential and Practice
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Join us for our 2022-23 opening event! Ethnographic Potential and Practice

Ethnographic Potential and Practice: A Conversation (lunch provided!) Date: Oct. 7, 2022 Time: 12-1:30 pm Location: AP246 Please join the Ethnography Lab as we kick off a new year of programming and activities. This year marks the first time since the pandemic began that the Lab will host meetings in person. We’re excited and a … Continue reading

Paid Collaborative Ethnographic Research Opportunity for advanced graduate students 
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Paid Collaborative Ethnographic Research Opportunity for advanced graduate students 

The University of Toronto Ethnography Lab is extremely pleased to announce a singular opportunity for graduate students to participate in an innovative research initiative together with ethnography labs in Montreal (Concordia U.), Los Angeles (USC), Philadelphia (UPenn), and Kelowna in BC (UBC).  Funded by a SSHRC Partnership Development Grant, the initiative seeks to explore the … Continue reading

Check out our Zoom recordings for the 2021-22 academic year!
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Check out our Zoom recordings for the 2021-22 academic year!

We’ve uploaded our event recordings for the 2021-2022 academic year. Check out the videos below or head over to our YouTube page and subscribe! Meet the Labs: Speculative and Collaborative Ethnographic Practice from Vancouver to Los Angeles (November 26, 2021) The Ethnography Lab at the University of Toronto facilitates an encounter between Kate Hennessy of … Continue reading

RESCHEDULED: Ethnographic Variations Speaker Series: Mitchell Akiyama
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RESCHEDULED: Ethnographic Variations Speaker Series: Mitchell Akiyama

Mitchell Akiyama’s discussion with the Ethnographic Variations Working Group has been rescheduled for April 11th at 11:30 am ET. Special Guest: Mitchell Akiyama Date/Time: April 11, 11:30 am ET About: Mitchell Akiyama is a Toronto-based scholar, composer, and artist. His eclectic body of work includes writings about sound, metaphors, animals, and media technologies; scores for film and … Continue reading

CFP Faith in Immunity – Asia Research Institute at the National University of Singapore
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CFP Faith in Immunity – Asia Research Institute at the National University of Singapore

The workshop, Faith in Immunity: Religion, Covid-19 Vaccines and Structures of Trust is a workshop about Covid vaccines, ritual communities and how cosmologies and narratives beyond biomedicine shape human ideas on protection, prevention, and trust. This workshop interrogates notions of immunity, focusing on the ways in which it is also culturally constructed and socially shaped through processes and … Continue reading

Between Parasitism and Mutuality: Multispecies Ethnography in Plantation Ecologies, featuring Professor Sophie Chao
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Between Parasitism and Mutuality: Multispecies Ethnography in Plantation Ecologies, featuring Professor Sophie Chao

Ethnography Lab presents Between Parasitism and Mutuality: Multispecies Ethnography in Plantation Ecologies Featuring: Professor Sophie Chao Wednesday, March 9th, 2022, 4-5:30 PM EST Please email Noha at n.fikry@mail.utoronto.ca for zoom info! About this Event:In this discussion, we think about the possibilities and limitations of multispecies ethnography on plantations. In particular, we focus on 2 articles that Sophie … Continue reading