Seminars and Events Archive
Ethnographic Futures Working Group, titled "Journalism, Anthropology, and Indigenous Activism: A Conversation on the Co-Production of Ethnographic Film in Amazonian Ecuador." With screening by Michael Cepek and Hugo Lucitante
"Contested Narratives of Time and Space: Caste Politics and Aesthetic Occupation in South India" A talk by Victoria Gross, PhD Candidate in Anthropology (Part of the Sheldon Scheps Writing Workshop)
Organized by Prof. Claudio Lomnitz: Lecture by Mexican Supreme Court Justice José Ramón Cossío on egalitarian marriage in Mexico. Nov 13, 6pm. Casa Italiana.
Talk Title: “Feng Shui and Spatiality”
(Part of the Sheldon Scheps Writing Workshop Series)
Sheldon Scheps Seminar Talk by Vita Peacock (University College London): "Through the Looking Mask: Narratives of Transformation in Anonymous"
Respondent: Michael Taussig
What's in a mask? Or rather should we ask - what's in the triad of a mask, it's wearer, and the air that breathes between them? For Anonymous street activists in Britain, the only rule of collective identity is the possession of a plastic Guy Fawkes mask, but it seems this is profound enough, for it is this which offers a portal from one world of relationships to the next. Peacock traces some of these transformations taking place in Britain, situating them in comparative tension with masking practices elsewhere.
AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION 114th AAA Annual Meeting November 18-22, 2015, Denver, Colorado
AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
114th AAA Annual Meeting
November 18-22, 2015
Colorado Convention Center
700 14th Street
Denver, CO 80202
Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
650 15th Street
Denver, CO 80202
For more information: http://www.aaanet.org/meetings/
TEL 703.528.1902 • FAX 703.528.3546
Talk by Alfonso Salgado, titled 'The Social Life of Activists: The Communist Youth of Chile and the Young Communists of the Sixties’.
"Buildings That Matter: The Politics of Fragility in a Seismic Cityscape"
Talk Title: A Multi-temporal Archaeology: Sensoriality and the Ontology of Duration
Reception follows in the Robert F. Murphy/Morton H. Fried Anthropology Lounge, room 465 Schermerhorn Extension