Kensington Market Research Team

Dr. Joshua Barker, Director
Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Toronto
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Dr. Jacob Nerenberg, KMRP Coordinator
Jacob Nerenberg is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Anthropology at York University, and an associate at the York Centre for Asian Research. He obtained a PhD in Anthropology at University of Toronto in 2018. His research analyzes commerce, distribution programs, and infrastructures in the context of an extractive economy in Papua, Indonesia. His research has been supported by the International Development Research Centre, the Fonds de Recherche du Québec – Société et Culture, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. He also has worked with the nonprofit sector on issues including urban ecology and rural telecommunications, and advocates for collaboration in ethnographic research.
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Dr. Emily Hertzman, Member
Anthropology PhD Candidate, University of Toronto

3 thoughts on “Kensington Market Research Team

  1. Hello,

    My name is Andrew Vieira. I’m a 21 year old Calgarian entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of PURO.

    My partner Omar Omari is a engineering masters student at the UofT. I spoke to him regarding getting some ethnography work done for our health and fitness company and he referred me to you guys.

    Please let me know if we could chat further.

    Kind Regards

  2. We would like to inform your research team that in the mid 90’s a group of artist in Kensington Market formed a collective to publish and produce Kensington Market artist and musicians. In 1999 we produced the only compilation cd, to feature original Kensington Market music.
    To document local art and music at end of the millennium we published The Spirit of Kensington Artzine .
    Our portfolio of collective artist is online at.
    https://globalsyncmediaproductions.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/global-sync-portfolio-and-friends-update-mhf-2013.pdf

    We maintain a web site to promote the on-going work of Kensington Market artist and are committed to documenting the phenomenon of Kensinton Market arts.

    we keep several youtube channels where we continue to publish music videos and documentaries that feature local artist and musicians.

    on behalf of Global Sync Media,
    Marty Smith

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