This is a 2 day seminar on the 9th and 10th December 2013 and will be held in the Duncan Rice LIbrary.
In Chris Heape's talks with people about this seminar the main questions to arise are:
How does making further an inquiry? Why do it?
How does making and relating influence each other?
What is making in relation to doing? When does doing flow into making and vice versa?
He has tried to structure the seminar so that it emphasises and explores the two group's interests, namely doing anthropology with, in real time and the making and relating of participatory inquiry.
Three themes that we can explore over the two days:
Threads - Threading
Shifts - Shifting
Traces - Tracing
Day 1 will explore more of an overall perspective on relating and making.
Day 2 will drill down to take a closer look at the moments and movements of making and relating.