EASA2016: Anthropological legacies and human futures
- Julius-Cezar MacQuarie (Centre for Policy Studies, Central European University) email
- Ger Duijzings (Universität Regensburg) email
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Full program and instructions due on 18 July.
Preliminary schedule: 21/07 & 22/07
Briefing 1: 21/07 @ 17:00-18:45 | Room: U6-43
Briefing 2: 22/07 @ 19:00-20:45 | Room: U6-36
Prof. Dr. Ger Duijzings || 'Explorations of the Nocturnal Soundscapes'
iulius-cezar macarie || 'Nocturnal Anthropologist Reflecting on the Graveyard shift'
Parameters and clarifications (H&S advice, equipment, journey planner, permission (do's/don'ts) for the nocturnal exploration within the site.
22:00 - 05:30 (23 July)
Nightlab Begins with night bus trip to the market
Meeting Point: (TBC)
Program and materials will be handed to participants between 21:00 - 21:30
Nightlab continues with trip to Cornetteria & Rosticceria di Notte
Following nocturnal fieldwork workshops that we conducted in Budapest, Istanbul, London, Moscow and Sofia, for this panel we propose to carry out an experience-near and on-the-ground ethnography --or a "night laboratory"-- in Milan's fish, fruit and vegetable markets. Whilst night walking, and capturing images and sounds at night, we examine its contribution to ongoing reflections on new methods to collect, produce and convey knowledge about corporeality and the rhythms, noises and thoughts of the night and lives of night workers in the nocturnal cities of the future, usually 'invisible' to the dominant diurnal eye and mind.
Keywords: night work, precariat, migrants, nocturnal ethnography, sound
This panel is closed to new paper proposals.
The panel has no papers to display. Only accepted papers will be shown here.