Tag: Seoul

Book Review: Skateboarding in Seoul: A Sensory Ethnography by Sander Hölgens

Rose Deller , May 25th, 2022

In Skateboarding in Seoul: A Sensory Ethnography, Sander Hölgens immerses body, board and camera lens in Seoul’s skateboarding scene to explore local variants of the ethos of authenticity that s…

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Storymapping Your Research

Samuel Gerald Collins , October 14th, 2018

https://uploads.knightlab.com/storymapjs/c28f0b6fab85650562ac54dd5cfa403e/my-seoul-fieldwork/index.htmlOver the course of a year of fieldwork in Seoul (2014-2015), I accumulated tons of photographs (a…

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Multimodality Through Twitter: Exploring the Alleyways of Seoul

Samuel Gerald Collins , November 12th, 2016

Multimodality describes an anthropology across multiple media platforms–an anthropology that traverses film, photograph, theater, design, podcast, app and game (to name a few) as well as conventional…

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Shake Shack Burger Fever in Korea

foodanthro , August 31st, 2016

Sangyoub Park Washburn University The popular American burger chain Shake Shack just opened its first Korean store on July 22, in the Gangnam District of Seoul, which is…


Social Museum Seoul: Review

Haidy Geismar , April 24th, 2015

Jane Yoonjeong Rhee, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL   “The Social Museum is a democratic space of civil society that envisions a neutral zone of values. We begin…

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