Curious City on WBEZ

I used a piece from WBEZ’s series “Curious City” on the Chicago accent on the first day of class to highlight how much fun inquiry can be and to share an example of how questions generate questions, not just answers, as well as the integration of “expert” information with primary data collection. It is also ...

Anxious Interviewers

One week into the semester, I am already fielding anxious questions about having to interview, or even talk to, people at whatever research site my students come up with. I am going to have them read Interviewing for Introverts by Rachelle Annechino as a primer.

Don’t Miss Ethnography Matters

Ethnography Matters: exploring what it means to be an ethnographer today   a collaborative blog founded by Heather Ford, Jenna Burrell, Rachelle Annechino, and Tricia Wang is a great resource for your students to see ethnographic research, thinking, and methods in action in really interesting ways. Visit the blog or follow @ethnomatters and the team members ...