The activities of the Ethnography Lab are supported by a robust network of partners within and outside the University of Toronto, including individuals, public granting agencies, private companies, NGOs, and community groups. This support provides tremendous benefits to students and ethnographic researchers, while also providing our partners with the opportunity to collaborate with a unique, bottom-up initiative at one of the top universities in the world. We are grateful to our funders, donors, and volunteers for their support.

Advancing Teaching and Learning in Arts & Science (ATLAS), Faculty of Arts and Science

Canada Research Chair Cluster Funds

Department of Anthropology

Diamond Integrated Marketing

Low to the Ground Consulting

In keeping with the University’s Statement of Institutional Purpose, the Ethnography Lab and its partners are committed to fostering an academic community in which the learning and scholarship of every member may flourish, with vigilant protection for the rights of freedom of speech, academic freedom and freedom of research as described in the University’s Statement on Freedom of Speech and in article 5 of the Memorandum of Agreement between the University of Toronto and the University of Toronto Faculty Association.

We welcome new partnerships. To make an online donation to the Ethnography Lab, please use the button on the right. If you would like further information about giving opportunities, please contact the Director of the Ethnography Lab, Prof. Joshua Barker.