The Contemporary Ethnography and Inequality Workshop advances cutting-edge, socially significant, and novel ethnographic work addressing social, economic, and political inequality. The workshop circulates, appraises, and critically evaluates research presented by leading scholars as well as works-in-progress by graduate students rigorously pursuing ethnographic inquiry and methods. The workshop is open to students and faculty from across the University as well as faculty and students from nearby Boston and Cambridge universities. While regular attendance is the norm, visitors are welcome. In the Fall Semester, we will meet approximately twice a month on Thursdays from noon to 1:30 pm.
|Faculty Sponsors||Christopher Winship, Ieva Jusionyte, Kaya Williams|
|Workshop Coordinators||Aaron Benavidez|
Aaron Benavidez, graduate student