Tag: drawing

Burnout

Clara del Junco , February 9th, 2021


Introduction: Why a zine? Clara del Junco and Mathilde Gerbelli-Gauthier In this post, we’re sharing some excerpts from Burnout: a zine about academia, travel, and climate change that…


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“When Paths Are Closed”: Giulia Cavallo on the Fluid Mosaic

Giulia Cavallo , February 12th, 2020


I met Dr. Giulia Cavallo at one of her art exhibitions in Lisbon, Portugal in 2019. For the Fluid Mosaic project she produced a text that is based…


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Interrogating the Concept of Categories – an Interview with Lochlann Jain

Anna , October 1st, 2019


Stanford University anthropologist and artist, Lochlann Jain, speaks with Anne Brackenbury (former editor at University of Toronto Press who launched the ethnoGRAPHIC Series) to talk about Jain’s new…


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Making #AmAnth18 Manageable: The Teaching Culture Top 30

Anna , November 8th, 2018


The 2018 AAA meetings are upon us and we’re looking forward to getting out from this rainy, cold Toronto weather and into some California sun! In keeping with…


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Teaching & Learning Creative Habits: The Evolution of #archink

Anna , October 23rd, 2018


With #inktober now in its 10th year, Author Katherine Cook explains the on-going success of the campaign, and discusses the evolution of #archink. As instructors, we often have rather lofty…


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Drawing as Possibility: A Review of Andrew Causey’s Drawn to See: Drawing as an Ethnographic Method

Anne , September 5th, 2018


By Karina Kuschnir This review was first published in Portuguese by Mana, 24 (1), 271-275.  During these somewhat discouraging times, Andrew Causey offers us a gift. Drawn to…


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Streamline(d) – “Time Served”

William M. Cotter , July 7th, 2018


This post is the beginning of an experiment. Recent ethnoGRAPHIC work like Lissa: A Story about Medical Promise, Friendship, and Revolution by Sherine Hamdy and Coleman Nye, as well…


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Making #AmAnth17 Manageable: The Teaching Culture Top 30

Anne , November 22nd, 2017


What would the AAA be without the Teaching Culture Top 30 list? Every year we scour the AAA program and try to winnow it down to a short…


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Some Drawing Exercises, or “Etudes”

Andrew Causey , November 24th, 2016


Drawn to See: Drawing as an Ethnographic Method, by discussing how drawing is integral to seeing, encourages readers to consider drawing as a legitimate ethnographic method. To further…


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Drawn to See: Drawing as an Ethnographic Method

Andrew Causey , November 15th, 2016


To mark the publication of Drawn to See: Drawing as an Ethnographic Method, author Andrew Causey provides the following thoughts on how drawing can also be used in…


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Chatting While Waterskiing, Part 3: Drawing as an Ethnographic Method

Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway , November 4th, 2016


In this three-part blog series, Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway of Oberlin College reflects on the challenges she has encountered in trying to incorporate drawing into her work as a linguistic…


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Chatting While Waterskiing, Part 2

Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway , November 2nd, 2016


In this three-part blog series, Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway of Oberlin College reflects on the challenges she has encountered in trying to incorporate drawing into her work as a linguistic…


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Chatting While Waterskiing, Part 1

Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway , October 31st, 2016


In this three-part blog series, Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway of Oberlin College reflects on the challenges she has encountered in trying to incorporate drawing into her work as a linguistic…


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Part I: Artistic Hand Drawing As Scientific Research Method?

Susan Falls , November 6th, 2015


“You make use of philosophy to speak about the drawing— do you think that it could make sense/nonsense to make use of the drawing to say something about…


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Visual Turn II: Teaching to Take Stock

Lindsay Bell , July 15th, 2015


Encounters with art and design by an anthropologist and curious non-expert in visual culture. Earlier this year I was reading the Internet and came across Duke University Press’…


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After knocking: Picturing youth itineraries

csabaracs , June 16th, 2015


Look at me and explain „who do you want to be in ten years?”. „I want to be a famous professor, living abroad. I want to publish a…


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