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Events

For more information on events, please contact Joe Hiller (joseph.hiller@duke.edu) and Jamal Quick (EthnographyWorkshop@duke.edu)

UPCOMING EVENTS

Spring 2020

February

Fri. Feb 28 – Walking Seminar with Lab Co-Director Prof. Harris Solomon (2PM, Location TBD) | RESCHEDULED TO AFTER SPRING BREAK

March

Mon. March 2 – Shalini Shankar, “Rethinking Immigration and Generation Z Futures: Competitive Childhood in the 21st Century,” co-sponsored with the Department of Cultural Anthropology (1:30-3pm, Friedl 225)

Tues. March 24 – Matthew Sebastian Graduate Colloquium (6:30pm, Friedl 225)

Mon. March 30 – “Ethnographic Writing Slam and Celebration of 2019 Faculty Books,” co-sponsored with the Department of Cultural Anthropology (1:30, Friedl 225)

April

Mon. April 6 – Josh Reno, Gökçe Günel, and Jerry Zee, “Connections in Crisis: Ethnography and Environmental Ruination,” (12PM, East Duke Pink Parlor)

Thurs. April 9 – Derya Mentes Graduate Colloquium (6:30pm, Friedl 225)

Opening end of April – Joella Bitter and Kenneth Kauda, “Remixing the Storied City” (Rubenstein Arts Center)

 

PAST EVENTS

Spring 2020

February

Thurs. Feb. 13 – Sowj Kudva, “Conversations on Documentary: How Form Influences Function” Seminar (1:15-3PM, Friedl 225) –> Description of event here!

Mon. Feb. 17 – Angela Garcia, “The Confessional Community: Violence and Survival in Mexico City’s Anexos,” co-sponsored with the Department of Cultural Anthropology (1:30-3pm, Friedl 225)

Fall 2019

December

Thurs. Dec. 5 – Graduate Colloquium (6-8pm, Friedl 225)

November

Sat. Nov. 2 – Pre-circulated paper workshop on “Intimate Economies of the Non-human” (9am-5pm, East Duke Parlors)

Mon. Nov. 4 – “Ethnography and the Job Market,” Lab and Lunch, (12-1:15pm, Friedl 225)

Mon. Nov. 4 – Alex Blanchette, “Porkopolis: American Animality, Standardized Life, and the Factory Farm,” co-sponsored with the Department of Cultural Anthropology (1:30-3pm, Friedl 225)

Thurs. Nov. 14 – Graduate Colloquium (6-8pm, Friedl 225)

October

Fri.  Oct. 11 – “First We Must See: Line Drawing as Research Method” workshop with Andrew Causey (12-3pm, Friedl 225)

Mon. Oct. 14 – Steven Feld, “Hearing Heat: An Anthropocene Acoustemology,” talk co-sponsored with the Department of Cultural Anthropology (1:30-3pm, Friedl 225)

Tues. Oct. 15 – “Voices of the Rainforest” screening with Steve Feld (6pm, Film Theatre at The Rubenstein Arts Center)

Thurs. Oct. 17 – “How to Write a Bestseller (or a Successful Trade Book): A Conversation with Tom Mayer from W.W. Norton.” a public anthropology writing panel (4:30-6:30pm, Smith Warehouse Bay 4)

Mon. Oct. 21 – Alex Chavez, “Sounds, Citizenship, and Aural Ecologies of Place,” talk co-sponsored with the Department of Cultural Anthropology (1:30-3pm, Friedl 225)

Thurs. Oct. 24  – Graduate Colloquium (6-8pm, Friedl 225)

September

Mon. Sept. 9 – Megan Moodie “Writing as Craft: The Creative Labor of Ethnographic Practice,” talk co-sponsored with the Department of Cultural Anthropology (1:30-3pm, Friedl 225)

Mon. Sept. 9 – The Ethnography Workshop Launch event (6-7:30pm, Jameson Gallery)

Tues. Sept. 10 – Graduate student writing workshop with Megan Moodie (1-3pm, Friedl 216)

Thurs. Sept. 19 – Workshops with graduate students (12-2pm, Friedl 240) and faculty (email for availability) on grant writing with Jeff Mantz, Program Officer, Cultural Anthropology Program, National Science Foundation