Events - Weekly
|Sunday, December 4|
|Monday, December 5|
Ethnographic Studies Certificate Program INFO SESSION at Whitman College
Are you curious about people? Enjoy people-watching?
Do different cultures interest you? (for example: a virtual community, a performance group on campus, or peoples of faraway lands)
Have you thought about studying abroad or doing independent work with or among people?
Then ethnography could be a useful research tool for you,
whether you are majoring in the humanities or social sciences, or the natural sciences or engineering.
Come to an info session to learn more about ethnography as a qualitative research method.
Hear from Julianna Wright ’17 and Kelsey Kane-Ritsch ’16
Meet Professor Elizabeth Davis and Professor Jeff Himpele
· What is ethnography? Get a sense from presentations of ethnographic fieldwork done for senior theses (in Granada and New Caledonia)
· How might ethnographic studies relate to your discipline?
· What are the requirements to earn an ETH certificate?
MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2016 – 6:30 PM
Whitman College, Rectangular Private Dining Room
Bring your dinner tray to the Rectangular Private Dining Room. Discussion begins @ 6:30, but come when you can, leave when you must!
Questions? Please contact:
Mo Lin Yee [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Department of Anthropology, undergraduate administrator
Ethnographic Studies, acting program manager
Whitman College, Rectangular Private Dining Room · 6:30 p.m.– 8:00 p.m.
|Tuesday, December 6|
Preview of new spring course: "Power and Politics in Southeast Asia"
ANT 332 - Power and Politics in Southeast Asia
Experience a preview of this course on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 7:30 pm!
Firestone Room, Mathey College · 7:30 p.m.– 8:30 p.m.
|Wednesday, December 7|
|Thursday, December 8|
|Friday, December 9|
|Saturday, December 10|