I would like to invite you to attend the 10th annual Stony Brook University Ethnography Conference held at Stony Brook University on April 14, 2014. Below you will find the call for papers and information about the conference.
Please send in your abstracts! Papers presented at this conference will receive expedited review in the Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research (JEQR).
I hope to see you at the conference.
Sociology Graduate Student Ethnography Conference Committee
SUNY Stony Brook
Call for Papers
The program committee for the 2014 Stony Brook Graduate Student Ethnography Conference invites you to submit papers to present. The deadline to submit is January 15, 2014.
Please send the title, abstract, and at least 3 key words of your paper to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Making the invisible visible
Ethnography is a method particularly suited for making the invisible visible. We seek to expose invisibility, shadows, obscurity, the intangible / the imperceptible / the impalpable. As ethnographers and qualitative methods researchers, we strive to make visible:
Understudied Populations and Groups
We are looking for methodologically interesting work, including but not limited to: