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Film: Is collaboration changing?

With this year’s Convergence Sessions (Convergence 2016) fast approaching, here is the third of the three films shot at last year’s event, focusing on what people value in collaborators – and how collaboration is changing. 35 more words

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Kurzeme - Kurland - Courland

It was time to go west, to Kurzeme. However, what we thought would be a simple breakfast and a quick breakup, turned into something more intriguing. 221 more words


singing traditions through six generation

Yesterday #koraleriet – A PROJECT ON FEMALE VOICES. ANCIENT PROTESTANT AND CATHOLIC LOCAL HYMNS. MONODIC AND POLYPHONIC – met to sing and to record a few songs in Kallinge kyrka.   286 more words

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The Latest & Greatest in Ethnography: Evicted by Matthew Desmond

From today’s Book World in The Washington Post

Thank you, Matthew Desmond.

Thank you for writing about destitution in America with astonishing specificity yet without voyeurism or judgment.

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Arlington Community Gardens

Last weekend I began fieldwork for the Summer 2016 Field School. I’m back along the Columbia Pike, this time studying community gardens along Four Mile Run and Douglas Park. 236 more words

A debrief that demonstrates value

A debrief is an interrogation, usually upon completion of a project or part-of, in order to obtain useful information. It contains findings and recommendations to take improve what was being interrogated – for example a website. 822 more words