Friday, March 4, 2016
Wildavsky Room, 2538 Channing Way, Berkeley
Shining a spotlight on ethnography as a method, this symposium brings together scholars from the US and the UK to show the possibilities of the ethnographic method and how it can be used in conjunction with other research methods. The presenters focus on various stages of ethnographic research, from field notes to data analysis to representing findings, and on different dimensions, from time to the digital domain. Some of the papers presented at the symposium were published by the journal Ethnography. They are linked to the paper titles below (although in some cases the titles have changed somewhat).
9-9:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:30-9:45 Introduction and Welcome: Martín Sánchez-Jankowski (UC Berkeley)
9:45-11:15 Panel One: Moderator and Respondent: Loïc Wacquant (UC Berkeley)
11:15-12:30 Lunch (on your own)
12:30-2:30 Panel Two: Moderator and Respondent: David Harding (UC Berkeley)
2:30-3 Coffee Break
3-4:30 Panel Three: Moderator and Respondent: Kris Gutiérrez (UC Berkeley)
During the symposium, "Do You Like This Installation?: Iteration II" by Cassandra Hartblay will be on display in the lounge adjacent to the Wildavsky Room.
Free and open to the public. Pre-registration is closed, but you can still come!
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