I’m indebted those who’ve shared pedagogical precedents and advice: 

  • Alexandra Crosby and Jessica Lea Dunn, “Interdisciplinary Design Lab B: Indonesia 2019,” University of Technology Sydney, 2019. 
  • Lauren Deal, “Ethnographic Research Methods,” Brown University, n.d. 
  • Benjamin Fogarty-Valenzuela, “Visual Ethnographic Methods,” University of Chicago, Summer 2020. 
  • Erin Gould, “Ethnographic Fieldwork,” Chapman University, Fall 2020. 
  • Krsita Harper, Twitter (August 5, 2021).*
  • Jamer Hunt
  • Ieva Jusionyte, “Ethnographic Research Methods,” Harvard University, Fall 2020. 
  • Ramia Mazé, “Design Ethnography and Participatory Design,” Umeå Institute of Design, 2008.
  • Colin Rhinesmith, Molly Dettman, Michael Pierson, and Rebecca Spence, “YouthStudio: Designing Public Library YA Spaces with Teens,” The Journal of Research on Libraries and Young Adults 6 (2015).
  • Jeffrey C. Snodgrass, “Online Virtual Worlds as Anthropological Field Sites: Ethnographic Methods Training Via Collaborative Research of Internet Gaming Cultures,” Annals of Anthropological Practice 40:2 (2016): 134-47. 
  • Cathy Stanton, “Fieldwork Lab,” Tufts University, Fall 2018. 
  • Carylanna Taylor, “Research Methods in Applied Anthropology,” University of South Florida, Spring 2013. 
  • Tim Wallace, “Applied Anthropology,” North Carolina State University, Spring 2018. 
  • Gavin Weston, Natalie Djohari, and the GEARS Collective, “Student/Staff ‘Collaborative Event Ethnography’ at the Antiques Roadshow,” Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change 4:1 (2018).* 
  • Matthew Wolf-Meyer, “Ethnography Workshop,” University of California, Santa Cruz, Spring 2012. 
Paul Strand, Alfred Stieglitz, New York, 1915, via SFMoMA