The Ethno, Linguistic, and Visual (ELVis) lab is a space devoted to research and teaching in cultural and linguistic anthropology. The lab houses video and audio recording equipment, software for editing, transcription, and linguistic data analysis, and provides students and faculty with a sound-controlled space for conducting ethnographic interviews.
Top: Dr. Kristin Hedges and student Roberto Carriedo Ostos work through data for an ethnobotany project. (photo credit: Amanda Pitts, University Communications)
Left: Photographs of anthropologists Frances Densmore (conducting an interview with Mountain Chief) and Margaret Mead (analyzing field notes) provide inspiration.