The Studio for Ethnographic Design presents

Dr. Tim Ingold

Chair of Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen

in conversation

Ways of Walking and Working

1 & 4 October 2014

Part I: An informal seminar on selected readings on movement, nature and ethnography
Wednesday, October 1st // 4-6PM
UC San Diego, Visual Arts Space at the Structural and Materials Engineering Bldg (SME) #408
9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, California 92093

Part II: A Walk through the Tijuana River Estuary
Saturday, October 4th // 10AM-Noon
Tijuana Estuary Visitor Center
301 Caspian Way, Imperial Beach, California 91932

Dr. Ingold's research is driven by a concern for knowing at the intersection between environment, human learning and evolution, and built structures and institutions. A few of his books are PERCEPTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT, LINES: A BRIEF HISTORY, BEING ALIVE AND MAKING. His current project, KNOWING FROM THE INSIDE: ANTHROPOLOGY, ART, ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN, seeks to reconfigure the relation between the practice of academic inquiry in the human sciences and the knowledge to which it gives rise.

https://quote.ucsd.edu/sed/2014/09/17/tim-ingold-ways-of-walking-working/

Please RSVP for both events to Erin Cory at ecory [at] ucsd [dot] edu

Suggested Readings:

Ingold, Temporality of the Landscape (1993)
World Archaeology, Volume 25 No. 2, 152-174.
https://quote.ucsd.edu/sed/files/2014/09/Ingold-Temporality-of-the-Lands...

Ingold, Footprints through the Weather World (2010)
Footprints through the weather-world: walking, breathing, knowing
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.), S121-S139.
https://quote.ucsd.edu/sed/files/2014/09/Ingold-Footprints-through-the-W...

Ingold, That’s enough about ethnography (2014)
HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 4 (1), 383-395.
https://quote.ucsd.edu/sed/files/2014/09/Ingold-Thats-enough-about-ethno...

Ingold, Ways of Walking Introduction (2008)
Ways of Walking: Ethnography and Practice on Foot, Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 1-19.
https://quote.ucsd.edu/sed/files/2014/09/Ingold-Ways-of-Walking-Introduc...

About SED

The Studio for Ethnographic Design (SED) was founded to enhance ethnographic research pedagogy and deepen the connections among a wide variety of ethnographic researchers on the UC San Diego campus. The studio is a space in which faculty and graduate students meet to discuss research design and methods, debate ethical practice, critique ethnographic writing, present in-process research, and engage with scholars and practitioners who are at the forefront of redesigning the method for new arenas and platforms, and theorizing ethnographic practice. SED is a UC San Diego Center for the Humanities Working Group.

Dr. Ingold's conversation is made possible through the support of the UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts.

Related Links:

Tijuana Estuary Visitor Center
http://trnerr.org/

UC San Diego Center for the Humanities
http://humctr.ucsd.edu/

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