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We are seeking research participants

Ethno Research is a three-year project (2019-2021) investigating the impact Ethno has had since its inception 30 years ago. In order to answer our overarching questions we want to interview a wide range of people who have been engaged in activities connected to the Ethno-World. ...

Ethno Research is a three-year...

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Reimagining Ethno Research in 2020

Over the last few months, a new reimagined plan for the Ethno Research project has taken shape. With global disruption from the Covid-19 pandemic, including substantial restrictions on travel, we’ve adapted our plans to focus on a set of projects which can be undertaken with limited travel in the coming year. We hope some fieldwork can continue in year 3 of the project (2021), if circumstances allow it! ...

Over the last few months, a ne...

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A week of Ethno music in York

Last week, students at York St John University really felt the benefit of the Ethno Research project being based at their institution, when they were invited to take part in workshops and two performances across the week, led by talented folk musicians from around the world. ...

Last week, students at York St...

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Världens Band to visit York St John University!

Världens Band, an ensemble of 13 musicians from 3 continents who first met on an Ethno camp, will visit York St John University on Friday 18th October. The band will perform a free concert at 6.30pm in the Chapel, all welcome, while students will have the chance to take part in a workshop in the afternoon. ...

Världens Band, an ensemble of ...

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A busy summer for our researchers

We’ve come a long way since the start of Ethno Research only six months ago. The focus of our research is now much more clear (see About Ethno Research), an international research team has been assembled, and a series of case study and research visits have already been conducted this summer....

We’ve come a long way since th...

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Complete our participant questionnaire!

Have you attended an Ethno music camp since they were established 30 years ago? Please help us with our research by completing this questionnaire! We’d love to reach as many past participants as we can, to build a deeper knowledge and understanding of Ethno, so please share it with all your Ethno friends, too. ...

Have you attended an Ethno mus...

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The Ethno Research journey begins

On 22 and 23 May 2019, the Ethno Research team welcomed to York St John University a diverse group of researchers, organisers, participants and other stakeholders in the Ethno programme. The 15 delegates travelled from Belgium, Croatia, Estonia, Sweden, Canada, Northern Ireland, and across England to contribute to the first planning meeting for the 3-year research project. The two days comprised a series of exercises and discussions designed to pull out key themes, which would eventually inform the main questions for the investigation. These sessions were facilitated by the core researchers on the project...

On 22 and 23 May 2019, the Et...

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