The Platform for Experimental, Collaborative Ethnography (PECE, pronounced "peace") is an open source digital platform that supports multi-sited, cross-scale ethnographic and historical research. Tim Schütz is a doctoral student in the UCI Department of Anthropology whose research is informed by science and technology stuides, environmetal anthropology, and data ethnography. Prerna Srigyan is a sociocultural anthropology PhD student at UCI who thinks about science, activism, and governance through the environmental politics of Delhi. Dr. Kim Fortun is Professor and Chair in the Departmnet of Anthropology and author of Advocacy After Bhopal: Environmentalism, Disaster, New World Orders
For more information on PECE, please visit the platform's homepage.
Kaitlyn Rabach, "WORKSHOP: DR. KIM FORTUN, TIM SCHÜTZ & PRERNA SRIGYAN ", contributed by Kaitlyn Rabach, Danielle Yorleny Tassara, Gina Hakim and Jessica Slattery, Center for Ethnography, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 4 February 2020, accessed 8 May 2021.