[RNLD] Fieldwork across disciplines special interdisclipinary LIP 5:15pm Thursday 23rd May
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Sun May 19 11:05:08 UTC 2013
Announcement - apologies for that late notice
The Archaeology Reading Group, Linguistics in the Pub and the
Ethnography Forum invite you for an interdisciplinary session to
discuss the fieldwork experience.
Fieldwork across disciplines: what can we learn from each other?
· What do our approaches to fieldwork have in common?
· How might we benefit from sharing information and techniques?
· Are there any differences in how we interact with the
communities at our field sites?
· Come and share your experiences and thoughts!
· If you’d like to read something in advance, see Chapter 17
‘Toponymy: recording and analyzing placenames in a language area’ in
The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Fieldwork, or have a look at
Chapters 1.1 ‘Anthropology and Linguistics’ and 1.9 ‘Anthropology and
Archaeology’ in The SAGE Handbook of Social Anthropology (both
accessible as e-books via login to UniMelb library)
5:15pm Thursday 23rd May
Classics and Archaeology Library
Old Quadrangle, The University of Melbourne
Continue the conversation – join us for a drink after the meeting at
the Carlton Yacht Club, 298 Lygon Street
For more info…
Ethnography Forum| Organisers: Morgan Harrington and Tom McNamara
Subscribe to the Ethnography Forum by contacting the conveners at
morganhh at student.unimelb.edu.au or t.mcnamara3 at student.unimelb.edu.au
School of Social and Political Sciences
Archaeology Reading Group | Organiser: Dr Will Anderson
Subscribe to the Archaeology Reading Group or consider joining the
Classics and Archaeology Postgraduate Committee's mailing list, which
likewise forwards lots of info
School of Historical and Philosophical Studies
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