Ateliers ethnographiques | Ethnographic workshops

“Citizenship as a Moral Project: Reclaiming Indigenous autonomy in neo-extractivist Guatemala” (in English)
Friday, 4 October 2019 - 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
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During the fall term, we will start a new experimental series of workshops, entitled "En cours/In progress" where faculty from our department who use ethnographic methods in their research, will be able to present and obtain feedback on their manuscripts in preparation. 

The workshops will take place on Fridays preceding our monthly faculty meetings.  All members of the faculty and our graduate students are invited to attend. Author's manuscripts will be distributed at least 10 days before the workshop. One member of the faculty will prepare a formal response to the work (see below). Note that we will proceed in bilingual fashion: manuscripts and comments can be either in French or English.

Last but not least, should you want to present ethnographic manuscripts for the winter semester, please contact me, with a preferred date and a suggested list of faculty discussants. 

Le 4 octobre | October 4 11h-13h (FSS 4006) 

Karine Vanthuyne  (EESA | SSAS)

“Citizenship as a Moral Project: Reclaiming Indigenous autonomy in neo-extractivist Guatemala” (in English)

Discussant:Thushara Hewage (EESA | SSAS)