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Collaboration as Innovation: A Brief History of University of Toronto’s Ethnography Lab

Innovations in Anthropology Series Welcome to the Innovations in Anthropology Series, a blog series devoted to profiling the teaching, production, and dissemination of anthropological knowledge. Whether it’s gamifying teaching, connecting a department to its local community, exploring multimodal methodologies, collaborating … read more…

  • dateFebruary 11, 2019
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Making #AmAnth18 Manageable: The Teaching Culture Top 30

The 2018 AAA meetings are upon us and we’re looking forward to getting out from this rainy, cold Toronto weather and into some California sun! In keeping with tradition, we have curated a list of recommended sessions to attend. We … read more…

  • dateNovember 8, 2018
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Anthropology Otherwise: Thoughts on a Graphic Novel Experiment – Part 2

This is the second of a two-part blog post by Marie-Eve Carrier Moisan discussing the challenges and potentials of transforming ethnographic research into graphic novel form. In my first blog, I discussed the process of fictionalizing ethnographic graphic research, and … read more…

  • dateNovember 1, 2018
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Anthropology Otherwise: Thoughts on a Graphic Novel Experiment – Part 1

In the first of a two-part blog post, Marie-Eve Carrier-Moisan talks about the challenges of adapting her ethnographic work on sex tourism in Brazil into graphic novel form.  Gringo Love: Stories of Sex Tourism in Brazil will be available in … read more…

  • dateOctober 30, 2018
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Drawing as Possibility: A Review of Andrew Causey’s Drawn to See: Drawing as an Ethnographic Method

This review, first published in Portuguese by Mana, has been translated and cross-posted here. The author of the review, Karina Kuschnir, describes Andrew Causey’s “how-to” guide on drawing as an ethnographic method as “precious for those who continue to believe that anthropology is possible without abdicating a critical, reflective, and renewed approach.” read more…

  • dateSeptember 5, 2018
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