Professor Bill Maurer (University of California, Irvine)
Professor Bruno Latour (Sciences Po)
Professor Emma Crewe (SOAS, University of London)
Professor Hugh Willmott (CASS, London)
The Annual Ethnography Symposium is a leading international forum for debate and dialogue on the theory, practice, and form of ethnographic work. It was established in 2005 at the University of Liverpool as a multi- and inter-disciplinary platform for researchers using ethnographic methods in the social and management sciences.
In 2017 the ethnography symposium takes as its theme the question of politics and ethnography in “an age of uncertainty”. In bringing the symposium to the University of Manchester we hope to take inspiration from the first industrialised city and all the tensions and contradictions that have made politics so lively in this city.
We invite you to join us in Manchester for the 12th International Ethnography Symposium. For the first time the conference is hosting a series of specialist streams that address the theme of politics from a variety of perspectives and disciplines.
Please visit website for registration details.