Working Across Cases


Workshop on Comparative Methods and Strategies

9-11 April, 2017

Tucson, AZ


The purpose of this workshop is to review the themes emerging from the fieldwork in Sarajevo, Cape Town, and Beirut in order to allow learning across the cases and to draw insights and inferences that are suggested when one considers the cases together. In this workshop, also, we also consider what we mean by ‘comparison’ and develop a methodology for reading across the cases.

Location: Studio 44, 44 Broadway, Unit 404 in downtown Tucson



Stuart Aitken, San Diego State University

Chloé Buire, Africa Research Institute, Sciences Po, Bordeaux

Vanja Čelebičič, Durham University

Alex Jeffrey, Cambridge University

Dino Kadich, University of Arizona

Konstantin Kastrissianakis, Durham University

David Marshall, University of Arizona

Dima Smaira, Durham University

Lynn Staeheli, Durham University

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