About Ethnolab

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Ethnolab adalah ruang diskursif yang diselenggarakan secara bersama oleh KUNCI Cultural Studies Center Yogyakarta dengan proyek the Researchers’ Affects (2013-2017; Freie Universität, Berlin, Jerman dan University of Berne, Swiss). Kolaborasi ini bertujuan untuk mempromosikan dan mendukung riset interdisipliner tentang isu-isu sosial budaya dengan berfokus pada prinsip-prinsip dan teknik-teknik metodologi etnografi.

Diinisiasi di Yogyakarta tahun 2015, Ethnolab merupakan serangkaian pembicaran konseptual dan metodologis lintas-disiplin yang dilakukan untuk mempromosikan kerja lapangan dan penulisan etnografi sambil mendorong moda produksi pengetahuan yang kolaboratif antara peneliti muda dan para anggota komunitas yang berpartisipasi dalam proses penelitian.

Ethnolab angkatan 2015 mengucapkan terimakasih sebesar-besarnya kepada individu maupun kelompok berikut ini atas dukungan dan kontribusinya yang tulus dan hangat selama proses ini berlangsung: Antariksa, Bagus Anggoro Moekti, Benjamin Hegarty, Brigitta Isabella, Cluster of Excellence Languages of Emotion (Freie University Berlin), Comparative Developmental Psychology (FU Berlin), Deutscher Akademischer Austauchdienst (DAAD), Emanuel Mathias, Fajar Riyanto, Farah Wardani, Ferdiansyah Thajib, Fermin Suter, Franz von Bodelschwingh, Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Germany (IfA), Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology (FU Berlin), Institute of German Literature (University of Berne), Gatari Surya Kusuma, Goethe Institute Jakarta, Hayyu Al Qoyyumi, Ignatia Nilu, Julia Keil, Jumaldi Alfie, Prof. Dr. Katja Liebal, Katrin Sohns, Kelsie Prabawa-Sear, Lea Ulrich, Lisistrata Lusandiana, Milas, Mira Shah, Nuraini Juliastuti, Prof. Dr. Oliver Lubrich, Rumah Sambal, Samia Dinkelaker, SaRanG Building, Syafiatudina, Dr. Thomas Stodulka, Victoria Kumala Sakti, the Volkswagen Foundation, Zulchizar Arie dan semua yang terlibat dan namanya tidak dapat disebutkan satu per satu di sini.

 


 

Ethnolab is a discursive space jointly organized by KUNCI Cultural Studies Center Yogyakarta and The Researcher’s Affects project (2013-2017; Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany and University of Berne, Switzerland). This collaboration aims at promoting and supporting interdisciplinary research on sociocultural issues by engaging in the principles and techniques of ethnographic methodology.

Initiated in Yogyakarta in 2015, the Ethnolab is comprised of a series of conceptual and methodological conversations across disciplines in order to promote ethnographic fieldwork and writing and enhance modes of collaborative knowledge production between young researchers and community members who participate in the research process.

The Ethnolab class of 2015 wishes to acknowledge the individuals and groups for their cordial supports and various contributions: Antariksa, Bagus Anggoro Moekti, Benjamin Hegarty, Brigitta Isabella, Cluster of Excellence Languages of Emotion (Freie University Berlin), Comparative Developmental Psychology (FU Berlin), Deutscher Akademischer Austauchdienst (DAAD), Emanuel Mathias, Fajar Riyanto, Farah Wardani, Ferdiansyah Thajib, Fermin Suter, Franz von Bodelschwingh, Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Germany (IfA), Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology (FU Berlin), Institute of German Literature (University of Berne), Gatari Surya Kusuma, Goethe Institute Jakarta, Hayyu Al Qoyumi, Ignatia Nilu, Julia Keil, Jumaldi Alfie, Prof. Dr. Katja Liebal, Katrin Sohns, Kelsie Prabawa-Sear, Lea Ulrich, Lisistrata Lusandiana, Milas, Mira Shah, Nuraini Juliastuti, Prof. Dr. Oliver Lubrich, Rumah Sambal, Samia Dinkelaker, SaRanG Building, Syafiatudina, Dr. Thomas Stodulka, Victoria Kumala Sakti, the Volkswagen Foundation, Zulchizar Arie and everyone else whose names cannot be mentioned here one by one for their generous involvement and support of the whole process.