Ethnographic Exploratory is a virtual and physical space (CSS 4.1.12) furthering collaborative and experimental research- and teaching activities at Department of Anthropology - for students, researchers, and guests alike.
EE takes its point of departure in ‘the ethnographic’ and it is therefore closely affiliated with both anthropology as a discipline and oriented toward other disciplines with an interest in the ethnographic. Dialogue and collaboration with other disciplines at det Faculty of Social Sciences, the Arts, and exposure to a broader public are a part of EE’s aim and ethos.
It is open every Thursday for group work, reading, and other anthropological work/activity. The focus is the exploratory, innovative, multimodal, and playful.
EE is home to a multitude of events and activities with a variety of participants:
- The EE Seminar Series with monthly Seminars
- ECTS courses; among these the Multimodal Anthropology BA- and MA course (fall)
- Research Seminars
- Student-driven events such as AntroFilm
- Events arranged by the Antropologforeningen
- Student pop-up exhibitions
See Ethnographic Exploratory facebook page for updates:
Open all Thursdays 13:00 - 15:00. (closed currently due to Covid-restrictions).
If you have a project, you’d like to develop in the EE, write us as at firstname.lastname@example.org, come attend one of the events, or make a group with others at the department or from outside the department. A webpage is under construction; in the meantime:
Find us at Facebok and become a member of our group: Ethnographic Exploratory.
The Multimodal Media Lab adjacent to the EE can be booked by students working on visual anthropology projects, podcast, or visualization (pre-booked).
Feel free to use the space and leave your mark!