The next workshop will be held at UC Davis on March 11th and 12th, 2016. Organizers will be in touch with CoLED members in early 2016.
CoLED hosted its second workshop for our network of ethnographers and innovators in the UC system at UC Irvine in October.
Collaboration, discussion, disagreement and challenges, shenaningans, and at least one leopard-person-in-a-tree spotting ensued…
Many CoLED-ers are packing suitcases and digging out mittens this week to head to snowy Denver, Colorado for the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. While CoLED is jubilantly interdisciplinary, as a group of ethnographers, many of us are anthropologists by training and by trade. If you’re looking for a chance to catch other CoLED members in action this AAA, this is the post for you: a list of panels and roundtables featuring CoLED members is below.
Some of the panels explicitly address ethnographic design; others are presentations of research and the innovation is in the approach. For extra bonus points, we have four panels on the line-up featuring multiple CoLED members (marked with an * below). Arranged in order of date and time.
Tech Tip: If you haven’t before, try the AAA meeting iPhone app that allows you to make a custom calendar, instead of trying to keep track of all your panels and events otherwise. It makes the whole conference program mobile and searchable. You can download the app by searching “AAA Annual Meeting” in the app store, and it syncs with your personal scheduler on the AAA website. You can then search for the below listed panels by name or keyword.
Don’t forget to stop by the Peaks Lounge at the Hyatt on Saturday afternoon from 3:00-4:30pm for a CoLED mixer. All are welcome!
Click through for the full schedule.
The schedule and website for the October CoLED workshop at UC Irvine, Formal Play, is now live!
Congratulations to the UC Irvine CoLED team, it looks great.
If you are not registered for the workshop but would like to attend, please contact Katie Cox or Keith Murphy.
It is with great pleasure that we inaugurate this website and launch the University of California’s Collaboratory for Ethnographic Design (CoLED). (more…)