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Windows into Cultures: Introducing Ethnography

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Windows into Cultures: Introducing Ethnography Come along to this webinar on Wednesday, 2 June 2021; 13:00-14:00

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Ethnography has been a buzzword in social sciences research for a while now, but what is it really and how can we all benefit from knowing what it is? Come along to this webinar co-hosted by Marion Demossier, Heidi Armbruster and Adriana Patino from the School of Modern Languages as they unpack this key term through dialogue and interaction.

Designed as an introduction to the concept of ethnography for both researchers as well as the general public, this webinar promises to provoke you to think and introspect what culture can mean not just for you but for business, the world around you and your interactions with it.

This webinar is part of Southampton Institute of Arts and Humanities (SIAH)'s new series of webinars. Entitled Lunchtimes Unlocked: Sustainably appreciating the world and its inhabitants. This series has something for everyone and will give you the opportunity to develop skills with creative writing and sustainably revitalising your wardrobe, investigate sounds and the visual culture of the past, engage with challenging ideas around culture and truth and explore the natural worlds of coasts and forests. Join us for these sessions to learn more about what is around you and how to interpret the world and its people.

Professor Marion Demossier is a Professor in French and Social Anthropology at the University of Southampton. Professor Heidi Ambruster is an Associate Professor of Modern Languages and Linguistics Director of the Centre for Transnational Studies at the University of Southampton. Dr Adriana Patiño is an Associate Professor in Modern Languages and Linguistics at the University of Southampton

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