The Studio for Ethnographic Design (SED)is pleased to present a seminar on sensory ethnography with

Kathleen Stewart (UT Austin), Marina Peterson (Ohio University), Lesley Stern (UCSD), Cristina Rivera-Garza (UCSD) and Katrin Pesch (UCSD)

Authors will be reading from their own work. Each author has selected an article or essay to accompany their presentations. These readings will serve as provocations for our discussion about the sensory, sentient, and sensorial in ethnographic practice and writing. They will be made available through the Studio for Ethnographic Design Website at
http://sed.ucsd.edu/

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 an UC San Diego Center for the Humanities Working Group located at the UC San Diego, Visual Arts Studio for Ethnograpic Design at the Structural and Materials Engineering Bldg (SME) 408.

Please RSVP to Elana Zilberg at
ezilberg@ucsd.edu.