CfP MAYS EASA Writing Workshop on building theory into ethnography
We are excited to announce a call for participants for our first online workshop in the 2021 MAYS Method Workshop series - a workshop on ethnographic writing, that will take place on the 26th of May 2021, and will be run by Michal Frumer and Sara Offersen from the Research Unit for General Practice at the Aarhus Univesrity in Denmark. MAYS Workshops Series aims to provide spaces for learning, discussion, structured debate, knowledge-sharing and mutual support leading up to our next, 12th Annual MAYS Annual Meeting in Warsaw in August.
We invite participants that wish to enhance their ethnographic writing sensibilities and participate in this workshop as a forum to engage, inspire, discuss, provoke, further one’s work, and encourage through a focus on “bringing life to ideas”.
The deadline for workshop registration is May 10th - there are 12 spots, on first-served basis! More details on the call for participants and the workshop's format can be found here , or in the attachment. The workshop will take place on Zoom on May 26th, 10 am to 1 pm CET. Participation is free of charge.
Best wishes, Magdalena and Anthony MAYS EASA coordinators
-- Magdalena H. Góralska PhD Researcher Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology University of Warsaw magdalenagoralska.org
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)
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