The City, Space, and Ethnography

Tue, Mar 3, 2015, 5:30 pm

Blurring the Boundaries of Practice

The Interdisciplinary Ethnography Workshop is a yearlong series organized by students in the Religion, Sociology, and Anthropology departments to spark interdisciplinary conversation about ethnography and to demonstrate the diversity of the field by considering how ethnographic research can be paired with archival and historical work, performance studies, gender studies, religious studies, and media studies, among others. The series will include both faculty presentations, master classes, and graduate student works in progress. For more information, please contact co-organizers Joanne Golann (jgolann@princeton.edu) or Alyssa Maldonado (alyssam@princeton.edu).


THE CITY, SPACE, AND ETHNOGRAPHY
Johana Londoño (Princeton-Mellon Initiative)
Elaine Peña (George Washington University)

Tuesday, March 3 at 5:30 pm
Religion Department Lounge, 1879 Hall, Room 140
(enter 1879 Hall through DOORS 4-6)

Dinner will be served

Please RSVP for dinner by Friday, February 27: PrincetonEthnography@gmail.com
 

Location: 
Religion Department Lounge, 1879 Hall, Room 140