Christos Varvantakis and Melissa Nolas explore what it means to be an ethnographer and do ethnographic research, highlighting the value of play as a research methodRead More
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Melissa Nolas shares an extract from her fieldnotes, where a reaction to a sarong in a window becomes emblematic of the boundary work in ethnographic research…Read More
Melissa Nolas describes research encounters on the thresholds: fleeting feelings, conversations, and experiences on the way out the doorRead More
Vinnarasan Aruldoss explores messy emotions in everyday life, and calls for a new framework to recognise the value of emotion and affect in researchRead More
Vinnarasan Aruldoss reflects on how children’s experiences of public places impact everyday life, play, visiting friends, and navigating neighbourhoodsRead More