News & Announcements Archive

Call for Projects:”Artyfacts of Ethnography”

Call for Projects – “Artyfacts” of Ethnography: Art and Anthropology in Conversation Wednesday April 19, 2017: Johns Hopkins University A workshop by the Johns Hopkins Department of Anthropology, with Invited Speaker Michael Taussig, Columbia University We warmly invite scholars and artists to participate in a workshop designed to foster productive exchange that can help to […]


Deadline Extended: Call for Papers for Graduate Student Conference 2017

Graduate students across disciplines are warmly invited to submit papers for the annual Graduate Student Conference in Anthropology at the Johns Hopkins University. This conference seeks to generate critical conversations on the concept of aspiration by attending to the multiple ways in which aspiration is enacted through self and relations. The Conference invites both individual […]


Notice of Timing Change for Graduate Courses

Please note the time and day change for the following two courses: “End of Nature”, with Professor Naveeda Khan New day and time: Monday, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Mergenthaler 439 “Kinship”, with Professor Veena Das New day and time: Wednesday, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Mergenthaler 439


New collective volume on Africa co-edited by Juan Obarrio

New collective volume on Africa co edited by Juan Obarrio, published by University of Chicago Press: African Futures: Essays on Crisis, Emergence, Possibility gathers contributions from several of the main world experts on Africa, and engages issues of futurity, catastrophe, potential, transformation, as well as the relation between crisis and critique.


Graduate Student Victor Kumar On Two Panels at AAA Minneapolis Meeting

JHU Anthropology graduate student Victor Kumar will be on two panels where he’ll present his papers at the upcoming American Anthropological Association meeting in Minneapolis, coming up in mid-November. The first panel, “Police Un/Bound” New Ethnographies of Policing” is on Thursday, November 17, from 10:15 am to 12:00 pm, and Victor will present his paper, […]


Student Bürge Abiral to Present at National Anthropological Meeting

Department of Anthropology graduate student Bürge Abiral will present her paper, “Awaiting the Catastrophe: Hope and Its Qualifiers in Permaculture,” at the panel titled “Claiming Evidence, Reclaiming Emotions” (5-1105), at the American Anthropological Association meeting, which takes place in Minneapolis on November 19, 2016, 4 – 5:45 p.m.