Ethnography North (EthNo) is an initiative to form a Knowledge Node and extended Network around questions, practices, and pedagogy of Ethnography. The aim is to gather information and to spark new innovative approaches to ethnography as a practice, method, and mode of representation. One of the central points is to let practitioners both within and without the Academia learn from each other.

EthNo is an international network with its central node in Lund, southern Sweden. It offers the possibility of connecting people and organizations from around the world that are working with ethnography, or are interested in learning more about its capabilities. It was started in June 2011 by Tom O’Dell and Robert Willim at The Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences, Lund University, Sweden. While the working language on this website is English, much of the work being done by those of us located in Lund, is in Swedish as well as English. Beginning spring 2012, Jessica Enevold will act as editor for the site. Do contact her if you feel you have material that should be published on this blog. Email: jessica dot enevold at kultur dot lu dot se.

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  1. I like the idea of building a ethnography network and sharing new ideas. I hope to hear from you soon. I live and I’m currently working on a project in a small rural town North Carolina U.S.

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