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#xcol book workshop (Madrid, Sept 11th 2015)

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‘Experimental collaborations: Ethnography through fieldwork devices’ book workshop

September 11th 2015 @Intermediae‘s Terrario (Matadero Madrid)
Part II of Experimental collaborations workshop’, a two day international workshop organized by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and Intermediae.


9:30-10:00 Welcome

10:00-10:45 Introduction. Experimental collaborations: Ethnography beyond participant observation, Adolfo Estalella (CSIC) & Tomás Sánchez Criado (Munich Center for Technology in Society, TUM). [Commented by: Ann Kelly* Isaac Marrero]

10:45-13:30 I. Para-siting ethnography

Experimenting with data: ‘Collaboration’ as method and practice in a multi-disciplinary public health project, Emma Garnett (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine). [Commented by: Almudena Marí Sáez* / Galina Orlova, Aleksandra Kasatkina et al.]

11:30-12:00 Break

Experimental collaboration in state organisations: The ‘research traineeship’, Maria Schiller (Max Planck Institute). [Commented by: Andrea Gaspar]

Finding one’s rhythm: A mobile ethnography on the road with a touring band, Anna Lisa Ramella (Universität Bremen). [Commented by: Isaac Marrero]

13:30-14:30 Lunch break

14:15-17:45 II. ‘Devicing’ fieldwork

Taking ethnography & design collaborations for a walk: Devicing idiocy, Andrea Gaspar (Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra). [Commented by: Tomasz Rakowski]

Co-authorisation, but not co-authorship: What happens when we publish field interviews on-line?, Galina Orlova, Alexandra Kasatkina, Roman Khandozhko & Zinaida Vasilyeva (Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration). [Commented by: Karen Waltorp*Adolfo Estalella]

15:45-16:15 Break

Ethnography and Art Experiments: A challenge to move towards the collaborative in Rural Poland, Tomasz Rakowski (University of Warsaw). [Commented by: Anna Lisa Ramella]

From participant observation to public interventions: An ethnographic derailment in Hackney Wick, London, Isaac Marrero Guillamón (Goldsmiths’, University of London). [Commented by: Emma Garnett]

17:45-18:15 Break

18:15-18:45 Non-present authors

Interfacing, collaboration and contestation in the Moral Lab 2.0, Karen Waltorp (Aarhus University)*[Commented by: Maria Schiller / Galina Orlova, Aleksandra Kasatkina et al.]

18:45-19:30 General comments and final discussion

This workshop is part of the editing process of a forthcoming book under the title ‘Experimental collaboration: Ethnography through fieldwork devices’, to be published by Berghahn’s EASA Book series.

Participants in the workshop will discuss the draft chapters for the book, for those interested in getting a copy send an email to jestalellaf AT uoc.edu (Adolfo Estalella) or tomas.criado AT tum.de (Tomás Sánchez Criado).

Experimental collaborations. International workshop PROGRAMME (PDF).