Weekly Reads – Week 6

During Week 6 we explored the ethics of street photography and public screens. The mix of posts you produced teased out some of the complex aspects of both and inspired further questions. Many of you set out with your phones and cameras, capturing us experiencing the world, that some argue we are not actually experiencing. Through […]

Weekly Reads – Week 5

“You believe nothing will ever change. Then you leave: a year, two years. When you come back, everything’s changed. The thread’s broken. What you came to find isn’t there. What was yours is gone” – Giuseppe Tornatore This week’s posts were either observational accounts or memory conversations about cinema-going experiences. Reading through them revealed that […]

Weekly Reads – Week 3

Collaborative ethnography involves more than simply working together to extract and disseminate information. It includes co-authoring, co-creating, sharing and keeping what is mutually valuable. You were invited to dive deeper into the advantages and disadvantages of this approach to research. Many of you used Luke Eric Lassiter’s Guide to springboard into understanding the practice better. You also located […]

Weekly Reads – Week 2

Your posts this week have made such enjoyable reading that it’s been hard to stop. So many of your television memory conversations were rich with detail, embellished with photographs and charming introductions to the characters in your lives who generously shared their stories. There are tales of the once youthful spending sunshine and cordial flavored […]