Seeing, Thinking and Writing Ethnographically

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This course engages students in the practice of ethnography as a form of seeing, thinking and writing. The goal is to cultivate ethnographic sensibilities around students’ own particular lines of inquiry and research questions. In addition to reading and discussing exemplary ethnographic texts, students will be required to spend time outside of class conducting ethnographic observations and writing up field notes, which will be shared with classmates. Special attention will be paid to the use of ethnographic methods in educational contexts and regimes of power; as a way of bridging theory and practice; and as a form of analysis and advocacy on behalf of educational equity and social justice.

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