On 21 December we commemorated the 25th anniversary of the death of José Miguel Barandiaran. Those of us who devote ourselves to ethnography as members of the Etniker (name created by Barandiaran to signify ‘ethnographic research’) groups certainly owe him a debt of gratitude. 446 more words
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KORALERIET – ENSTÄMMIGT OCH POLYFONT. Flera hundra år gamla katolska och protestantiska koraler i en halvsekulär och flerreligiös samtid.
Lördagen den 14/1 klockan halv fem är det dags för årets första konsert med koraleriet, på Slöjdhuset i Ronneby. 255 more words
Friday, 16.12 // Book release "Living in Refugee Camps in Berlin: Women's Perspectives and Experiences"
Hansjörg Dilger and Kristina Dohrn (eds.)
in Collaboration with International Women Space
Berliner Beiträge zur Ethnologie, Bd. 548 more words
Last week I interviewed my father about his memories of television when he was growing up. Reading and reflecting upon the interviews the rest of the BCM240 cohort did, there were a number of reoccurring themes: change in the family dynamic (the television became the center of the household in which the family would gather around toward), greater awareness of the wider world (significant events from around the world were broadcast into people’s homes, such as the moon landing, and didn’t have to wait to read about it in the newspaper the next day) and new technologies (the introduction of television and other digital devices). 553 more words
My blog post with Marek Pawlak on ethnographic research and migration. This is a blog related to a project on Polish female migration to Norway. https://mobilelivesblog.wordpress.com/2016/07/29/mobile-lives-musings-about-ethnographic-research-on-migration/