This seminar series, created by the Oxford Digital Ethnography Group, gathers leading scholars and practitioners to reflect on how ethnography is adapting to the study of heavily-mediated worlds.

Professor Georgina Born and Dr Chris Haworth will be presenting a paper under review about combining online and offline ethnography, including the use of online quantitative methods, in the study of some key internet-mediated music genres. The paper will be distributed before the event, so please register so you can be sent the paper.

*While it is at capacity, we welcome people to come the day of in case of any no shows, and will have a small overflow room available*

About the Series (OxDeg)

This seminar series, created by the Oxford Digital Ethnography Group, gathers leading scholars and practitioners to reflect on how ethnography is adapting to the study of heavily-mediated worlds.  The overarching theme is digital ethnography, broadly conceived. The group aims to extend inter-disciplinary academic research and collaboration among scholars at Oxford University interested in understanding rich, qualitative approaches to researching behaviour online. It will encompass a variety of research interests within this field, including digital visual anthropology as well as a variety of qualitative, ethnographic methodologies appropriate to the study of the digital environment.

About the speakers

  • Georgina Born

    Affiliation: Professor of Music and Anthropology, University of Oxford; Professorial Fellow, Mansfield College, Oxford; Director, Music, Digitisation, Mediation research programme
  • Christopher Haworth

    Affiliation: Postdoctoral Research Associate on the Music and Digitisation Research Group
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