IKOS PhD seminar: Writing a Phd During a Pandemic: Revisiting "Research, Interrupted"
At this seminar, Rachel Douglas-Jones from the IT-University of Copenhagen will invite you to reflect on how the Covid-19 pandemic affects your dissertation work, whether you work ethnographically or textually. By means of exercises and discussions she will help you find your way through this unprecedented and unnerving situation.
The seminar will revisit many ideas she developed for a seminar first held in Spring 2020 and discuss how they apply one year into the global pandemic.
How do I sign up for the course:
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and specify whether you want to present something or not.
Generally, you will get 1 ECTS point for attending the seminar, 2 ECTS points for a presentation or a comment.
Oslo Seminar Revisiting Research Interrupted <https://ituniversity-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/rdoj_itu_dk/EjbYijbZbWdBjrjahLSbUWQB7i0oJBodw30FSyfNHEuhMw?e=tVfRSK>
1. 30 minute video from The Ethnography Studio, created for Research Interruped 2020
2. Introduction to new volume "Transmissions" (19 pages)
3. Manifesto for a Patchwork Ethnography (3 1/2 pages)
4. Being Watched Now (10 minute read)