The research department Glocal Junctions at PRIF is organizing a workshop on ethnographic methods in political science in cooperation with the DVPW theme group ethnographic methods on 20 and 21 June.
The workshop will begin with a public lecture by Anna Leander, Graduate Institute, entitled:
Destabilizing Definitions: The Challenge of Doing Ethnographic Concept Work in International Relations
When: June 20, 2022, 6.00 – 8.00 pm
Where: "Normative Orders" building, Max-Horkheimer-Str. 2, 60323 Frankfurt am Main
To receive information about offers and events of the thematic group ethnographic methods, please contact the following mail adress.
Thematic Group "Ethnographic Methods in Political Science"
The aim of the thematic group is to facilitate an exchange on the opportunities, limits and fields of application of ethnographic methods in political science and to work concretely on their implementation. The group follows a cooperative principle and meets regularly to learn from each other and to discuss concrete questions concerning ethnographic research and publishing. The group addresses political scientists of all sub-disciplines and status groups, and is aimed both at researchers who have just discovered their interest in ethnography and at professionals who have been working with ethnographic methods for a long time.
Speakers Theme Group:
Dr. Felix Anderl, PRIF, Frankfurt (Main), Germany
Dr. Micha Fiedlschuster, York University Toronto, Canada
Dr. Eva Johais, Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI), Bergen, Norway
Dr. Julia Leser, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany