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Department Speakers Series

"Disrupting Life/Not Life: A Feminist-Indigenous Reading of Cryopreservation, Interspecies Relations and the New Materialisms"

Co-sponsored by the Office of the Vice President and Chief Officer for Diversity and Equity; the Native American Student Union; the Institute for Practical Ethics and Public Life; the Bioethics Program; and the Program in Science, Technology, and Society, School of Engineering and Applied Science 

Location: Brooks Hall 2nd Floor Conference Room

Reception to follow in Brooks Hall Commons 

"There Must Be a Better Way to Respond": Linguistic Ideology in STEM Contexts"

Program in Linguistics and Anthropology Department Lecture

Location: Brooks Hall Commons
Reception to follow

Evening film screening and discussion with filmmaker Olatz González-Abrisketa of the documentary film PELOTA II (90 min.)

Co-directed by Jørgen Leth & Olatz González-Abrisketa
Location: Open Grounds Corner Studio, in The Corner Building, 1400 University Ave. 

"Men and Balls: Enactions and Recognition through the Basque Sport of Pelota"

“I’m a Creole-Kongo”: Kongolese Vodou and Creolization in Haiti

Greeting the Dead: Managing Solitary Existence in Japan

Foundations of Andean State Formation

In Search of Dignified Work: Moral Economies of Labor in Nicaraguan Fair Trade

A Demanding Environment: How Nature Became Infrastructure at the Panama Canal

Between Magic and Medicine: Colonial Yucatec Healing and the Spanish Atlantic World


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