Spring 2015 Speakers

January/February
1/26 – Tiffany Cain, Mariam Durrani, Kyle Olson, Arjun Shankar (Graduate Students)
Talking across Sub-disciplines: Building Community in Anthropology – Part I
2/09 – Amber Reed (Penn)
Nostalgia in the Post-Apartheid State
2/16 – Matthew Hull (Michigan)
Incorporations: Capitalism and Collectivity
2/23 – Alfredo González-Reubel (National Research Council of Spain)
A Difficult Time: Archaeology and Modernity
*co-sponsored by Center for Ancient Studies (CAS)

March
3/02 – Gabriel Dattatreyan, Kasey Diserens, Erica Jaffe Redner (Graduate Students)
Talking across Sub-disciplines: Building Community in Anthropology – Part II
3/16 – Connie Mulligan (University of Florida)
Genetic, Epigenetic, and Sociocultural Data Applied to Questions of Human Health & Disease
3/23 – Ruth van Dyke (Binghamton University)
Pilgrimage, Materiality, and Phenomenology: To Chaco Canyon and Beyond
*co-sponsored by Center for Ancient Studies (CAS)
3/30 – Scott Hutson (University of Kentucky)
Urbanism and Ancient Maya Neighborhoods: Social and Spatial Organization
*co-sponsored by Center for Ancient Studies (CAS)

April
4/27 – Ana Mariella Bacigalupo (University of Buffalo)
The Potency of Indigenous Bibles and Biography: Mapuche Shamanic Literacy and Historical Consciousness

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