The “Doing” of Collaborative Ethnography Platypod, The CASTAC Podcast

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This bonus content is a reading from Platypus, the CASTAC Blog. The full post by John Neufeld can be read at https://blog.castac.org/2024/06/the-doing-of-collaborative-ethnography/. About the post: In the time Montreal Waterways spent engaging with the island’s residents and its landscape, it became evident that an island is more than a park: an island is actually a composite of a great number of things that hold meanings that sometimes conflict or contradict each other, especially when so many actors are invested in a version of the island’s story.

This bonus content is a reading from Platypus, the CASTAC Blog. The full post by John Neufeld can be read at https://blog.castac.org/2024/06/the-doing-of-collaborative-ethnography/. About the post: In the time Montreal Waterways spent engaging with the island’s residents and its landscape, it became evident that an island is more than a park: an island is actually a composite of a great number of things that hold meanings that sometimes conflict or contradict each other, especially when so many actors are invested in a version of the island’s story.