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Contents:

Opening Keynote Address

    1. R The Corporate Gaze - Transparency and Other Corporate Visions
      1. Christina Garsten

Session 1 - Working and Playing with Visibility John Sherry, Curator

    1. R The Rise of the Techno-Service Sector: The Growing Inter-Dependency of Social and Technical Skills in the Work of ERP Implementers1
      1. ASAF DARR
    2. R Now You See It and Now You Don't: Consequences of Veiling Relational Work
      1. LISA KREEGER
        ELIZABETH HOLLOWAY
    3. R The Invisible Work of Being a Patient and Implications for Health Care: "[the doctor is] my business partner in the most important business in my life, staying alive."
      1. KENTON T. UNRUH
        WANDA PRATT
    4. R The Secret Life of Medical Records: A Study of Medical Records and the People Who Manage Them
      1. NATHANIEL MARTIN
        PATRICIA WALL
    5. R The Translucence of Twitter
      1. INGRID ERICKSON
    6. R Contact Lists and Youth
      1. Matthew Yapchaian
    7. R (In)visible partners: people, algorithms, and business models in online dating
      1. ELIZABETH F. CHURCHILL
        ELIZABETH S. GOODMAN

SESSION 2 - Representation in Practice: Utilizing the Paradoxes of Video, Prose, and Performance Patricia Sunderland, Curator

    1. R PATRICIA SUNDERLAND
    2. R Beyond Walking With Video: Co-Creating Representation
      1. JONATHAN BEAN
    3. R Video Utterances: Expressing and Sustaining Ethnographic Meaning through the Product Development Process
      1. MEG CRAMER
        MAYANK SHARMA
        TONY SALVADOR
        RUSSELL BEAUREGARD
    4. R Design Rituals and Performative Ethnography
      1. JOACHIM HALSE
        BRENDON CLARK
    5. R Verfremdung and Business Development: The Ethnographic Essay as Eye-opener
      1. ANNE LINE DALSGAARD

Session 3 - Navigating People and Praxis Across Space and Time, Donna K. Flynn, Curator

    1. R All That Is Seen and Unseen: The Physical Environment as Informant
      1. LISA REICHENBACH
        MAGDA WESOLKOWSKA
    2. R The Space Between Mine and Ours: Exploring the Subtle Spaces Between the Private and the Shared in India
      1. ASHWINI ASOKAN
    3. R Drawing from Negative Space: New Ways of Seeing Across the Client-Consultant Divide
      1. MICHELE FRANCES CHANG
        MATTHEW LIPSON
    4. R Putting Mobility on the Map: Researching Journeys and the Research Journey
      1. SIMON ROBERTS
    5. R The QAME of Trans-disciplinary Ethnography: Making Visible Disciplinary Theories of Ethnographic Praxis as Boundary Object
      1. ELIZABETH (DORI) TUNSTALL
    6. R PANEL: DIRECTORS OF THE FUTURE

Session 4 - Insight on site; revealing and sustaining valuable knowledge for corporations, Simon Pulman-Jones, Curator

    1. R Tracing the Arc of Ethnographic Impact: Success and (In)visibility of Our Work and Identities
      1. DONNA K. FLYNN
        TRACEY LOVEJOY
    2. R Now You See It, Now You Don't: Ethnography and Selective Visibility in the Technology Sector
      1. LAURA GRANKA
        PATRICK LARVIE
        JENS RIEGELSBERGER
    3. R Sustaining Stories: The Versatile Life of Sustained, In-house, Ethnographic Practice in a Global Software Company
      1. NATALIE D. HANSON
        JOHANN W. SARMIENTO-KLAPPER
    4. R Design Anthropologists' Role in SMEs: Unveiling Aptitude and Attitude
      1. MARK ASBOE
    5. R Strangers or Kin? Exploring Marketing's Relationship to Design Ethnography and New Product Development
      1. SARAH JS WILNER
    6. R The Politics of Visibility: When Intel hired Levi-Strauss, Or So They Thought
      1. ROGÉRIO PAULA
        VANESSA EMPINOTTI
    7. R Closing Keynote Address - Reassembling the visual
      1. LUCY KIMBELL

Workshops

    1. R Workshops

Artifacts

    1. R Artifacts

Contributors

    1. R Contributors

Participants

    1. R Participants