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23.12.2015

Cancellation of lectures and office hours by assoc. prof. Jaka Repič

Jaka Repič announces that he will be absent due to teaching exchange at University Lumiere in Lyon between 4th and 15th January 2016. During this time, all of his classes and office hours are cancelled.

8.10.2015

CONTACT HOURS IN THE STUDY YEAR 2015/2016

Assist. prof. Alenka Bartulović, PhD
Monday, 16.15 or after previous arrangement alenka.bartulovic@ff.uni@lj.si

prof. Bojan BASKAR, PhD
Wednesday, 13.30-14.30
Tuesday, 14.40-15.40 (part-time study, doctoral study: obligatory announcement via e-mail)

Assist. prof. Mateja HABINC, PhD
Monday, 11.30-12.30

Assos. prof. Vito HAZLER, PhD
Wednesday, 11.20-12.55
Wednesday, 12.55 (Creole, doctoral study: obligatory announcement via e-mail)

Assist. prof. Jože HUDALES, PhD
first semester: Thursday, 14.30-15.30
second semester: Wednesday, 12.30-14.00

prof. Božidar JEZERNIK, PhD
Thursday, 9.00-10.00
Thursday, 10.00 (doctoral study: obligatory announcement via e-mail)

Assist. prof. Miha KOZOROG, PhD
First semester: Tuesday, 12.00
Second semester: will be announced later

Assist. prof. Boštjan KRAVANJA, PhD
Tuesday, 13.00-14.30
Tuesday, 14.30-16.00 (obligatory announcement via e-mail)

Assist. prof. Uršula LIPOVEC ČEBRON, Phd
first semester: Wednesday, 8.00-9.30
second semester: will be announced later

Assist. prof. Sarah LUNAČEK BRUMEN, PhD
first semester:
Tuesday, 13.30-14.30
Monday, 13.00-14.00 (for Erasmus students)

second semester:
Wednesday, 10.00-11.00

prof. Mirjam MENCEJ, PhD
first semester: Wednesday, 11.30-12.30
second semester: http://etnologija.etnoinfolab.org/en/informacija.asp?id_meta_type=79&id_informacija=5521 

prof. Rajko MURŠIČ, PhD
Wednesday, 9.30-10.30
Tuesday, 18.00-20.00 (individual consultations: obligatory announcement via e-mail)

Assos. prof. Jaka REPIČ, PhD
first semester:
Wednesday, 8.30-9.30
Tuesday, 17.00-18.00 (doctoral study, part-time study: obligatory announcement via e-mail)

second semester:
Tuesday, 11.30-12.30
Tuesday, 17.00-18.00 (doctoral study, part-time study: obligatory announcement via e-mail)

Assos. prof. Peter SIMONIČ, PhD
first semester (1.10.2015-19.2.2016)
Wednesday, 15.00-16.30
Wednesday, 16.30-17.30 (Creole, part-time study: obligatory announcement via e-mail)

second semester (22.2.2016-6.6.2016)
Monday, 16.30-18.00
Monday, 18.00-19.30 (Creole, part-time study: obligatory announcement via e-mail)

During summer semestral leave (13.6.2016-26.9.2016), except in the time of collective leave
Monday, 13.30-14.30
Monday, 14.30-15.00 (Creole, part-time study: obligatory announcement via e-mail)


Assist. prof. Dan PODJED, PhD, researcher
after previous arrangement via dan.podjed@ff.uni-lj.si

Lector Kaja Katarina BRECELJ, MA
Tuesday, 11.20 and Thursday, 12.50

Lector Saša PODGORŠEK, MA
Tuesday, 11.20-12.10 or after previous arrangement via sasa.podgorsek@guest.arnes.si

Assist. Tadeja PRIMOŽIČ, PhD
after previous arrangement via tadeja.primozic@guest.arnes.si

Assos. prof. Marko TERSEGLAV, PhD
after previous arrangement via marko.terseglav@gmail.com 



Last modified: 8.10.2015
Mojca Bele

14.12.2015

2016 Maynooth University Ethnography Winter School

The Department of Anthropology at Maynooth University is pleased to announce its 2016 Winter School in Ethnography, 25 to 29 January 2016.  The school will bring together postgraduate students, professional researchers, and others for focused reflection on ethnography today.  Offered as a 5 credit postgraduate module, and delivered over one week, the school will be structured as a workshop or ‘laboratory,’ enabling students, established scholars, and others to work through challenges and opportunities related to their own research and writing projects in dialogue and critical engagement with each other.  Procedures may be available for students from Irish universities beyond Maynooth to receive credit for their work.  People can also participate in the course without officially enrolling for credit.  It is the hope of the Department of Anthropology that making the School open in this manner will attract a wide variety of ethnographers enabling vigorous debate and rigorous analysis.

 

Featured scholars in 2016:

Don Kulick (University of Uppsala) 

Ciara Kierans (University of Liverpool)

Kalpana Shankar (School of Information and Communication Studies, UCD)

Karen Till (Department of Geography, NUI Maynooth)

Rebecca King O´Riain (Sociology, NUI Maynooth)

Plus staff members of Maynooth’s Department of Anthropology

 

Course description:

AN862:  Ethnography Winter School

This module is an advanced introduction to ethnography.  The course is delivered in a burst-format over one week, and features the collaborative teaching of practicing ethnographers, including both academics and professional researchers, on the island of Ireland.  ‘Ethnography’ is more than a ‘method’:  it comprises a whole style of thought encompassing forms of observation, analysis, and writing.  The module therefore emphasises analysis and theory in addition to the research practices (interviewing, participant observation, note-taking) conventionally associated with qualitative research methodology.  Themes covered include:  culture and difference, contexts and cases (working in NGOs, clinics, corporations), styles of representation and the politics of knowledge, research ethics and ethnographic engagement.  The module is also structured as a workshop, so that ethnographers at various stages of their careers -- from students planning proposals, to dissertation writers analysing previously collected material, to research professionals who may not be based in academia -- will be able to produce work within the module that relates to their respective career stages, locations, and goals.  This work, such as a proposal draft or a stretch of ethnographic writing, forms the basis for module assessment.

 

Course Location and Schedule:

The Winter School will meet Maynooth University campus from 10AM to 5PM, with appropriate breaks, from Monday to Friday, 25 to 29 January 2016.  A more detailed timetable can be obtained by contacting the course convener (as indicated below).

 

The course is co-convened by Drs. Mark Maguire and Thomas Strong.  It is important for students and others interested in enrolling in the course, including those from outside Maynooth University who may wish to receive credit for their participation, to contact Thomas Strong by 18 December at:  thomas.strong@nuim.ie

1.12.2015

Secretary´s Office

Secretary´s Office will be CLOSED on December 1, 2015. 
Thank you for understanding! Mojca Bele

 

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