The Ethnography Lab invite you all to their launch for the upcoming year! As they do every fall, they will be hosting an open house where they will present the exciting things they have been working on during the past year and introduce the new members they picked up along the way. But, most of all, the event will be a moment to stir up new ideas with anyone who wants to get involved with the lab this year!
This event will take place on Friday, September 30th, at 1:30 pm at their headquarters at the Milieux Institute (E.V. 10.625). At the open house, they will present you some of their current projects and pitch several ideas for how we might co-create a collaborative ethnographic ethos. They are looking for anyone who wants to be part of their ongoing projects — such as Infrastructures of Ethnography (their new SHRCC-funded project) & Montreal Waterways — and anyone with fresh ideas! You can check out their past activities on their website here.
About the Lab
The Concordia Ethnography Lab (now in its sixth year!) is part of the Speculative Life research cluster at the Milieux Institute. The Lab was created as a place for different research groups cross-disciplines to meet, collaborate, practice ethnography, and generally ponder what that
Feel free to contact them ahead of time if you’ve got an idea you want to get on the agenda. If you can’t make it, but would like to join the lab or get further information, please contact their new lab coordinator, Maya Lamothe-Katrapani at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Let’s continue to experiment with new ways of thinking and doing ethnography together this year!”