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Event Title:

Pandemic! Pivoting to Digital/Virtual Research

Event Description:

“While many of our research designs and plans have been altered and possibly outright cancelled, we are fortunate to live in a time where digital information access and transfer is more efficient and useful than ever. The purpose of this panel is to share experiences of shifting research plans to include digital/virtual methods with an emphasis on globally scoped or situated research. We encourage you to come with questions as well as your own experiences – together we will all find our paths forward.

Meg Morley, PhD Candidate in Anthropology, Indiana University – Bloomington
Samuel Victor, PhD Candidate in Social Anthropology, Cambridge University
Laila Rajani, Research Consultant, Collective for Social Science Research”

Event Date:

April 2, 2021

Sponsoring Organization:

Center for the Study of Global Change – Indiana University