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MAIIC thesis explores Canadian multiculturalism through public ethnography

Rae Hull has long been inspired by storytelling that engages the public through collective creativity. Building on this passion, she chose to create a public ethnography video project for her MAIIC thesis and explore Canadians' shared experience of multiculturalism. The video features stories of everyday intercultural encounters submitted by Canadians through a website developed specifically for this project.

See the film Uncertainties & Epiphanies: Making Multiculturalism on the Public Ethnography as Innovative Learning website, and follow ethnography.media.arts.culture on Twitter to see new projects as they’re posted: @EMACnetwork