We hosted the 2020 Ethnographic Salon, GRAPHIC, on February 28. Continuing our tradition, the Ethnographic Salon celebrated the value and potential of ethnography as an intellectual and collaborative practice. This year’s Salon was an interdisciplinary exploration of the notion of the GRAPHIC. How are evidence and data represented visually and what do various graphic forms communicate? What forms of non-traditional visuality can we envision? We were thrilled to have Dr. Coleman Nye (Simon Fraser University), Dr. Juan Llamas Rodriguez (UT Dallas), and Dr. Jeffrey Himpele (Princeton University) join us for the activities.
The Salon was funded by the Department of Anthropology, the Humanities Research Center, and the School of Social Sciences.