2015 Oral History Institute Early Registration Ends May 1
While several slots remain, the May 1 early registration deadline for the 2015 Oral History Institute is only weeks away. 232 more words
Rhon Manigault-Bryant is an assistant professor of Africana studies at Williams College. She is a scholar-artist who merges her life as a musician and vocalist with her interdisciplinary specializations in religion, gender, race, music, popular culture, and ethnographic methods. 122 more words
By Gordon Rugg
Sometimes you can get the information you want via interviews and questionnaires. Often, though, you can’t.
For instance, if you want to know how long the average visitor spends on your website before leaving it, or what percentage of the population don’t have current car tax displayed in their car, or just how a skilled tennis player holds the racquet for a forehand, then interviews and questionnaires won’t get you very far. 1,847 more words
I’ve been teaching ethnography and ethnographic methods since I arrived at George Mason University, but in the last three years I made a conscious change in my priorities so that I teach a ethnographic field school each summer and at least one additional course on methods. 344 more words