How to talk to the city: public interventions and observations in the practice of art and ethnography

Jordan, M. (Speaker)

    Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk

    Description

    In the programme Becoming Public Ethnographers, “Becoming public ethnographers develops knowledge and skills in ethnography. This initiative consists of a series of lectures and workshops aiming to strengthen PhD students’ ethnographic voices and get involved in societal debates about social change. These project foster different ways of representing knowledge and dialogue with the multiple publics that our research intends to address.” Main output: development of an ethnographic product (text, performance, installation) enabling us to engage with our publics With speakers, Andrew Hewitt (University of Northampton) and Melanie Jordan (Coventry University), Dara Culhane (Simon Fraser University) & Danielle Elliott (York University) and Alisse Waterston (John Jay College of Criminal Justice) and Charlotte Corden, Carolyn Ellis (University of South Florida) and Arthur Bochner (University of South Florida)
    Period20 May 202125 Jun 2021
    Event titleBecoming Public Ethnographers : (2021) Hewitt, A., Jordan, M., How to talk to the city: public interventions and observations in the practice of art and ethnography. A PGR workshop as part of the Becoming Public Ethnographers Programme with the Institute of Education, University College London. 20th, 21st May, 11th, 18th, 24th, 25th June
    Event typeWorkshop
    LocationLondon, United Kingdom