Areas of Interest
Daphne’s research interests include culture, organizations, consumption, workplace/ occupations, foodways and the usage of comparative-historical and ethnographic methodologies. Her master’s paper, “Spatial and Temporal Experiences within the Restaurant Kitchen,” investigated how space and time are crafted, shaped and negotiated in the workplace.
Daphne is currently conducting an ethnography of pop-up restaurants (temporary restaurants that take place in people’s homes and other unusual locations) for her dissertation which broadly examines temporary and project-based organizations.
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Searle Center for Advancing Learning & Teaching provides a variety of programs and workshops for graduate students and faculty interested in developing their teaching practices. In addition, the Searle Center offers a variety of programs for graduate students seeking to develop their skills as Teaching Assistant (TA) and instructor , such as, a yearly conference for new TA's, a teaching certificate program and fellowship opportunities.
Ethnography Workshop - Rachel M. Kraus, Ball State University
March 11, 2014 • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Culture & Society Workshop - Daphne Demetry & Todd Schifeling, NU & University of Michigan
March 13, 2014 • 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM