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Humanist Archives: Feb. 18, 2020, 2:53 p.m. Humanist 33.610 - digital ethnography

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 33, No. 610.
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        Date: 2020-02-18 14:40:29+00:00
        From: Glatt,ZA (pgr) 
        Subject: Digital Ethnography Reading List

Hello all,

Following the LSE Digital Ethnography Collective workshop last month on
'What is canon in digital ethnography?’, we are delighted to announce
the publication of our collaborative reading list! With the help of our
members, we have developed a reading list of essential, exemplary, and
exciting digital ethnographic research, covering such subjects as
method, ethics, theory, as well as different directional interests
within the genre such as gaming, labour, visual culture, new modes of
sociality, as well as other emerging themes.

You can view and download a PDF of the reading list here:

The livestream of the event can be watched here:

We decided that we would like to keep this project ongoing, so we are
keeping the editable shared google doc open. Please feel free to add any
significant or new works that you feel are missing:

Many thanks to all our collaborators, contributors, and workshop
attendees who have added their resources and ideas to this list. This
was an experiment in collaboration, and we think that is has been a
resounding success!

All the best,
Zoe and Branwen

LSE Digital Ethnography Collective twitter: https://twitter.com/DigEthnogLSE
Mailing list: https://t.co/b8Z7hx1N0J?amp=1
Zoë Glatt
ESRC PhD Researcher in Media & Communications
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Managing Editor: Communication, Culture & Critique
Co-Founder: LSE Digital Ethnography Collective
@DigEthnogLSE (https://twitter.com/DigEthnogLSE)
Graduate Student Rep: Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR)
Associate Lecturer in Media & Communications (2019/20): Goldsmiths

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