April 6, 2016
9:30 - 11:30AM
University of Colorado, Boulder
Center for British and Irish Studies,
Ruth Behar will work with a small group of participants around the theme and practice of ethnographic writing. We've come a long way since Clifford Geertz proposed that all that was required to produce good ethnographic writing was “thick description.” In this workshop we will consider a wide range of textual strategies that ethnographers have used and address the complexity of writing ethnography that matters in the world today. Writing samples will be provided for discussion and participants can bring extracts from their writing to analyze with the group.
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Convener: Lara Stein Pardo
Presented by the Laboratory for Race and Popular Culture and Blackbird Arts and Research
Co-sponsored by: Graduate Committee on the Arts and Humanities, Anthropology, Film Studies, University Libraries, English, Latin American Studies Center, Art and Art History, Geography, Sociology, Critical Media Practices, History, Writing and Rhetoric, Ethnic Studies, Jewish Studies, and Whole Foods
For information Ruth Behar's talk, "Between Two Cubas," visit this page.
The talk will take place at 5PM in Norlin Library.