Ethnography at the edge of the future

  • Sarah Pink Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
  • Hugo Burgos Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Palabras clave: Antropología visual, futuro, métodos, investigación, etnografía digital, tecnologías

Resumen

This is an interview to Sarah Pink, a British researcher based in Australia. Her research combines theoretical and methodological scholarship with applied practice. She works across themes including digital media, energy, consumption, everyday life, sustainability, activism, tacit and sensory ways of knowing, safety and health and the construction industry. She researches across urban, domestic and workplace environments. Her work is often developed through interdisciplinary collaborations across design, engineering and arts disciplines. In this interview, she thinks about the notions of repetition, time and future that can be found in her research methodologies.

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Biografía del autor/a

Sarah Pink, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Professor Working in the Design Research Institute and the School of Media and Communications at RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology).
• Ph.D. Social Anthropology, University of Kent (UK)
• MA Visual Anthropology, University of Manchester (UK)

Hugo Burgos, Universidad San Francisco de Quito

Decano del Colegio de Posgrados, Campus Cumbayá, edificio Einstein, oficina 104, Casilla Postal 17-1200-841, Quito 170901, Ecuador. Correo Electrónico: hburgos@usfq.edu.ec
• Ph.D. Media Studies. The University of Iowa (Estados Unidos)
• MA Television, Radio, Film Production. Syracuse University (Nueva York, Estados Unidos)

Publicado
2017-11-01
Cómo citar
Pink, S., & Burgos, H. (2017). Ethnography at the edge of the future . post(s), 3(1). https://doi.org/10.18272/posts.v3i1.1008
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