Ethnography in the Expanded Field organised by the Graduate Institute for Design and Ethnographic Social Thought (GIDEST) of the New School for Social Research. The Raisio Archeology Archive

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Abstract

"Ethnography in the Expanded Field is a project that collects and archives responses to, and artifacts from, ethnographic practice from a wide range of perspectives. The form of the archive is non-hierarchical. Viewers are encouraged to explore the many contributions in a nonlinear fashion."

The Raisio Archeology Archive is a digital archive about the late Iron Age in Southwestern Finland that was created during the years 1996-1999 as part of the research project, Illuminating History: Through the Eyes of Media funded by the Academy of Finland, Information knowledge programme (Tiedontutkimus), Phase 1. In the year 2015, the archive was updated to accommodate new web technologies.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 5 May 2016
MoE publication typeF2 Public partial realisation of a work of art

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