We hope to see you at the Ethnography Lab Winter Launch!
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We hope to see you at the Ethnography Lab Winter Launch!

Friday, January 31, 2020 | Workshop 1:00-3:00PM, AP330, Launch 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM AP246, Anthropology Building 19 Russell St. Please join the Ethnography Lab’s Senior Researcher Dr. Andrew Gilbert, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, U of T, for a workshop on the possibility of communicating ethnographic research in forms other than text, i.e. photo, video, … 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

Anthropology and the Graphic Form: Collaborative Research on Labor Politics in Post-Socialist Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Anthropology and the Graphic Form: Collaborative Research on Labor Politics in Post-Socialist Bosnia-Herzegovina

Participants: Andrew Gilbert, Larisa Kurtovic, Boris Stapic Join anthropologists Andrew Gilbert (McMaster) and Larisa Kurtovic (uOttawa) and Sarajevo-based graphic artist Boris Stapic as they discuss their ongoing collaborative research project which aims to tell the story of a successful worker campaign in the northern Bosnian city of Tuzla as a graphic ethnography. They will discuss … Continue reading

Visualizing the Ethnographic: a practical workshop
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Visualizing the Ethnographic: a practical workshop

The Connaught Global Challenge Initiative, Entangled Worlds: Sovereignty, Sanctities and Soils, in collaboration with Visual Ethnography Group of the Ethnography Lab will be hosting a practical workshop on visual ethnography with Dr. Roger Canals Vilageliu, University of Barcelona. Dr. Canals Vilageliu is a visual anthropologist who has done ethnographic film and photography projects on the religious cult … Continue reading

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Join the Visual Ethnography Commercialized Contemporary Art Project!

The Commercialized Contemporary Public Art Scene in Toronto This winter 2019, UofT anthropology and English major Maisha Mustanzir will be hosting a collective research project and workshop series dedicated to understanding the commercialization of Toronto’s public art scene from an ethnographic perspective. The first meeting for this group will take place on Thursday, March 21st, … Continue reading

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Putting the Graphic in the Ethnographic: A visual ethnography workshop series

This winter (2019), the Ethnography Lab Visual Ethnography group will be hosting a series of informal workshops designed to encourage ethnographers to experiment with different mediums to enhance their engagement visually and politically with their work. One of the themes for winter 2019 is “Putting the Graphic in the Ethnographic.” The first thematic workshop proposes … Continue reading

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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