Ethnography in Urban Settings
Intersections. Methods. Visions.
August 29 – 30, 2017 | Toronto

Our first workshop Ethnography in Urban Settings: Intersections. Methods. Visions. will take place on August 29th and August 30th, 2017 in Toronto, Canada. The workshop will straddle the disciplinary boundaries of urban anthropology and human geography, with the intended purpose to promote rigorous experimentation with innovative ethnographic research techniques in urban settings at the intersection of social sciences, art, and design.

Submit the application (including a short letter of motivation of at least 150 words and CV) electronically to: urbanethnographylab@gmail.com.

Applications will be accepted until July 20, 2017.

For more information you can download the program: WORKSHOP_Program_Ethnography_in_Urban_Settings_2017

 

Posted by:Carolin Genz

Carolin Genz holds a master degree in European Ethnology and Urban Cultures from Humboldt-University of Berlin (2009-2013) and is currently doing research at the Department for Cultural and Social Geography at the Humboldt-University since 2015. Her PhD topic is: "Urban Protest: Upheaval of Civil Society? Ethnographical perspectives on the transformation of urban everyday life“. Specifically her research focuses on practices of production and appropriation of space, urban governance and digital tools of urban resistance. Furthermore she is academic consultant and member of the advisory board for Gender Mainstreaming and Diversity for the Senate Department of Housing and Urban Development in Berlin.

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