Please join us as we talk to authors of recently published ethnographies addressing communication, media and performance broadly defined.
We meet virtually from 12-1 pm East Coast Time on the last Friday of every month that Indiana University is in session (read: pretty much every month that a U.S. university on the semester system is in session). Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to participate.
August 26th – Elayne Oliphant, The Privilege of Being Banal
September 30th- Xochitl Marsilli-Vargas, Genres of Listening
October 28th- Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra, The Quantified Scholar
November 18th- Scott MacLochlainn, The Copy Generic
January 27th – Nick Seaver, Computing Taste
February 24th- Marlene Schäfers, Voices that Matter
March 31st – Michele Friedner, Sensory Futures
April 28th – Dick Bauman, A Most Valuable Medium
September 29th – Frank Cody