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The Future of Field Research
In recent years, field research has encountered a number of obstacles, including environmental and political issues, as well as public health concerns.

Despite these challenges, field research has a promising future as it embraces technology. New technologies have the potential to streamline academic productivity and communication.

Join The Chronicle on July 27 at 2 p.m. ET for a conversation with experts on case studies showcasing the potential of field research as they address topics, including:

-The logistics of remote or widely-distributed research sites
-Issues of cultural appropriation and biased assumptions in ethnographic studies
-Practicalities of of researcher’ safety and appropriate behavior in remote locations
-Shifts in funding priorities

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Speakers

Duana Fullwiley
Associate Professor @Stanford University
Usha Haley
W. Frank Barton Distinguished Chair in International Business & Professor of Management @Barton School of Business at Wichita State University
Carole Nash
Associate Professor, GS, ISAT, Director of Shenandoah National Park Environmental Archaeology Program @James Madison University
Katharine Owens
Director of University Interdisciplinary Studies, Director of Rell Center for Public Service, Professor @University of Hartford
Benjamin Shirtcliff
Associate Professor @Iowa State University
Alexander Kafka
Senior Editor @The Chronicle of Higher Education