Ella Deloria Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Deadline: March 31, 2015
Upcoming off-campus events:
Thursday, February 27: Lila Abu-Lughod presents "Do Muslim Women Need Saving?: Reflections on the Politics of Feminism in the Middle East" at the Weatherhead Center's Middle East Seminar, Harvard University. 4 pm.
Thursday March 5: David Scott participates in a seminar devoted to his book, Omens of Adversity. Wesleyan University, 4:30.
Friday, March 6: Brian Larkin co-organizes the Infrastructural Life in Africa conference, at the Institute of African Studies, Columbia University. 9am-5pm.
Saturday, March 7: Catherine Fennell speaks on "Obsolescence " at the Producing Waste/Producing Space symposium at the Princeton University School of Architecture. Bretts Audiorium, 9:30 - 5 pm.
Monday, March 9: Brian Larkin presents "Techniques of Inattention: Religion and the Mediality of Loudspeakers in Nigeria" at the school of Media Studies, Newschool. 6pm.
March 13 – 19: Rosalind Morris joins the Wenner-Gren Workshop on ‘New Media, New Publics?’ in Sintra, Portugal, to present her work on “Crises of Mediation in Contemporary South Africa.”
Wednesday, March 18: Claudio Lomnitz presents "Mexico: Fantasy of the Family, Fantasy of Rule of Law" at the Anthropology Department of the University of Vienna, 5 pm.
Friday, March 20: Claudio Lomnitz speak at the Boğaziçi University in Istanbul.
Monday, March 23: David Scott speaks on "Michael Manley and Political Will" as part of the Sawyer Seminar series, Cornell University. 4:30 pm.
March 26-28: Rosalind Morris to deliver the lecture, “Going down: piracy, deindustrialization and the inhuman in South Africa’s gold mines,” as part of the conference entitled ‘Reverberations: Violence Across Time and Space,” at StudioX, Istanbul. Co-organized by the European Research Council and the University of Cambridge.
Wednesday, April 1: Claudio Lomnitz speaks about the Ayotzinapa disappearances on a panel titled "Mexico at a Crossroads: Political Crisis, Civic Agency and Culture" at Harvard's Mahindra Humanities Center. 10:30 am.
April 2-3: Claudio Lomnitz organizes the "Emergent Forms of Religious Life in Contemporary Mexico" conference, co-sponsored by IRCPL and the Center for Mexican Studies. Buell Hall, Maison Francaise. 10 am- 5 pm.
Thursday, April 16: Rosalind Morris joins the 40th anniversary celebrations of the EHESS (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales), for the conference ‘RÉINVENTIONS PERMANENTES: Les anthropologues du politique aux prises avec leur temps.' She will speak on ethnography in political anthropology.
Friday, April 17: Paige West presents "Can Images Dispossess? Visual Sovereignty and Accumulation by 'The Primitive'" at the CUNY Anthropology Colloquium. CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Ave, room C415A. 4:15 pm.
Friday April 24: Mahmood Mamdani participates in a conversation with Talal Asad, Veena Das and Wael Hallaq about "Religion, Politics and Tradition," at the CUNY Anthropology Colloquium. CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Ave, room C415A. 4:15 pm.
The Royal Opera House, London announces that it will stage a preview concert performance of Rosalind Morris’s opera, ‘Cities of Salt,’ co-written with Yvette Christianse and composed by Zaid Jabri. Four scenes will be performed on July 22 at the Linbury Theatre: http://www.roh.org.uk/productions/cities-of-salt-by-zaid-jabri.