City as Subject, City as Sandbox: How U of T’s Ethnography Lab is Embracing Toronto
The Ethnography Lab promotes ethnographic research methods and practice in the university and outside academia. Arranged in interest groups, the Lab explores the craft and impact of ethnography in the contemporary world. In this workshop, we will introduce and discuss the Ethnography Lab’s experiences developing the Kensington Market Research Project, a long-term effort by students, faculty, and community members to produce a body of rich and detailed knowledge about transformations underway in Toronto’s most celebrated multicultural heritage district.
This workshops is open to all within and outside academia. You are encouraged to register online.
McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology
39A Queens Park Crescent E. – Parking available off 121 St. Joseph St. Toronto [map]
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