MAYS Methods Workshops - Call for Conveners
We are announcing a call for convenors to join our Methods Workshops series, that will lead up to the Annual MAYS Conference in August, in Warsaw (CfP here ). If you are interested in running a workshop with us, teaching anything, from autoethnography to social network analysis, consider joining our initiative.
Why call for workshop convenors? On the one hand, the pandemic proved to be a challenge to ethnographers across the world, on the other, however, it made it easier to share ideas, substantially lowering costs of participation as well as event organization. With our series, we want to use this opportunity and offer methodological workshops teaching various research skills, available online and for free.
We invite workshop proposals of any topic and form. Your workshop can be open or closed, structured or unstructured, requiring or not requiring readings or submissions. We encourage convenors to choose formats that facilitate discussion, collaboration, and fellowship such as, for example, discussions, debates, presentations, trainings, forums, or writing workshops. You can find details on those types, as well as further organizational guidelines here
To apply to convene a workshop go here . Deadline: March 31st, 2021. Notification of acceptance by April 5th, 2021.
Best wishes, Magdalena and Anthony MAYS Coordinators
-- Magdalena H. Góralska
PhD Researcher Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology
University of Warsaw POPREBEL Ethnographer MAYS EASA Co-coordinator
Check out my recent paper: Anthropology from Home. Advice on Digital Ethnography for the Pandemic Times, in: Anthropology in Action 27(1)
EASST's Eurograd mailing list Eurograd (at) lists.easst.net Unsubscribe or edit subscription options: http://lists.easst.net/listinfo.cgi/eurograd-easst.net
Meet us via https://twitter.com/STSeasst
Report abuses of this list to Eurogradfirstname.lastname@example.org