Resources for DU’s Ethnographers

Explore the resources members of the DU Ethnography Lab (DUEL) have collected for everything ethnography-related. These resources — spanning from databases to news sources, step-by-step guides to ethnographic film debuts — are meant to provide support to the DUEL network. We update resources regularly. See below for our most up-to-date ethnographic resources.

Ethnographic project, work-in-progress community

For students at any stage of their ethnographic project, the DU Ethnography Lab offers a space where you can share your work-in-progress, get feedback, and feel part of a community of ethnographers. Ask for access by emailing

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Ethnographic work in the times of COVID-19

Are you facing dilemmas moving forward with your ethnographic research or teaching? We want to hear from you! Please fill out the form, and we will follow up with you.

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The New Ethnographer

Community dedicated to improve safety, ethics and wellbeing while doing fieldwork.

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EPIC: Advancing the Value of Ethnography in Industry

A global community centered on the value of ethnographic thinking in the for-profit sector.

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Innovative Social Research Methods, Public Facebook Group

An interdisciplinary group of social researchers, offers stimulating discussions relevant to ethnographic methods.

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The Ethnographic Mind Blog

This blog by Jay Hasbrouck, linked to his private practice, explores the links between ethnographic thinking and innovation in different settings.

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Anthro{Dendum}: A sociocultural anthropology blog

Bloggers offer ethnographic perspectives on a variety of issues.

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Help Us Grow

If you have any suggestions for ethnographic resources, email the link and a short description to the DUEL listserv.

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Works & Publications

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    Gabrielle Hyde

    Hyde, Gabrielle (2021). Contextualizing the Health of U.S. Farmworkers. Anthropology Capstone. University of Denver.

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    Zoi Johns

    Johns, Zoi (2021). How Racialization Shapes Work Conditions for H2A Migrant Farmworkers. Anthropology Capstone. University of Denver.

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