We invite researchers who have been pushing disciplinary, physical, methodological, and conceptual boundaries of ethnography to submit their work. Abstracts for presentations are welcome from scholars using various ethnographic methods, including, but not limited to:
*In depth interviews
We encourage papers and projects that explore this year’s theme more broadly, for instance:
• Theoretical Boundaries – blurring, deconstructing, queering, and subverting boundaries.
• Methodological Boundaries – re-examining, re-developing, transgressing, and breaking boundaries.
• Physical Boundaries – understanding, exposing, occupying, and making visible boundaries.
• Other ethnographic work will also be considered.
We especially welcome papers that cross disciplines and methodologies, physical and geographical borders, and populations underexposed or under-theorized.
Below your abstract please also include a brief (300 words or less) project description that also specifies what stage your research is in, length of time in field, number of research participants, and other relevant methodological and data information. Preference will be given to research in advanced stages.
Please submit abstracts, project descriptions, the title of your presentation, your university affiliation, and your contact information (name, mailing address, and email address) by December 1st to email@example.com. Upon acceptance, submission of a full paper is required.
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