No one at EPIC seems willing to consider the lessons of the fundamentally-flawed “ethnographic” research that has been conducted by the group’s presenters in partnership with Wells Fargo over the years. EPIC has released no comment about its financial sponsorship by Wells Fargo. This is not what ethnography does. This is not what anthropology does.
From what I’ve seen of this special journal issue on the anthropology of atheists, I’m not seeing the ground for building any single agenda for ethnographically studying atheist cultures.
One of the following titles is not from a real ethnography. Can you pick the fake study? Sociable robots, jazz music, and divination: Contingency as a cultural resource for negotiating problems of intentionality. You Have Dislodged a Boulder: Mothers and Prisoners in the Post Keynesian