Displayed at Red Pepper, April 26th, 2015
Students from the ANT477: Ethnographic Practicum: Metropolis course in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Toronto created research posters to showcase some of the ethnographic work they had done in Kensington Market from January to April 2015. The posters were put on display for the community on April 26th, 2015, during a reception that was held at Red Pepper on 160 Baldwin Street.
Click on the links to see some of the posters:
Ethnography Lab Poster
Work and Spirituality in Kensington Market: Hibiscus Cafe
Graffiti’s Bar and Grill
Visions of Kensington: Identity, Community, and Beyond
“Don’t be a Schmoe”: El Cheapo Boys and Precarious Labor in Kensington Market
Studying the (multi)ethnic enclave: Vietnamese immigrant businesses in Kensington Market and Chinatown
Convergence: Social Interactions in the Public Space of Kensington Market
Residents and visitors stop in to read about student research on the market.
A Kensington Market resident reads a poster in which he is featured.