Doing fieldwork from your living room - Rethinking ethics and safety for early-career researchers during the pandemic
|Event Name||Doing fieldwork from your living room - Rethinking ethics and safety for early-career researchers during the pandemic|
|Start Date||14th Nov 2020 10:00am|
|End Date||15th Nov 2020 5:00pm|
|Duration||1 day and 7 hours|
The University of Edinburgh’s Centre for Medical Anthropology and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam will co-host a two-day online workshop on ethics and safety for early-career researchers in Social Anthropology and adjacent disciplines, on 14th and 15th January 2021. Participants are invited to make a contribution to one or more of four thematic sessions on harm and support; intersections of race and gender; revisiting the “field”; navigating the ethics bureaucracy. Instead of conventional one-way seminar formats, the event organisers and facilitators will work with interested scholars to design interactive, conversational sessions. More information in the flyer!
Please send a tentative title and a short summary (max 200 words) of your contribution to email@example.com. The call for this workshop will close on 6th December 2020.
Dr Luisa Schneider, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam & Dr Ann Zuntz, University of Edinburgh