JHU Anthropology Spring 2020 Colloquium Series

JHU Anthropology Spring 2020 Colloquium Series

Feb 5      Charles King, Georgetown University, “Gods of the Upper Air: How a Circle of Renegade Anthropologists Reinvented Race, Sex, and Gender in the 20th Century”

Feb 18     Charles Hallisey, Harvard University, “Encountering the Contours of the Moral Person: Insights on Moral Anthropology”

Feb 25     Emma McGlennen, Johns Hopkins University, “The Ladies of Las Palmas: Senegalese Migrants on the Margins of Marriage”

Mar 3      Lindsay Bell, University of Western Ontario, “Architectures of Extraction: Arctic Diamonds and Ordinary Aspirations in Canada’s Northwest Territories”

Mar 24    Cana Ozden-Schilling, Johns Hopkins University, “Cultures of Optimization: Electricity and Everyday Markets”

Apr 7       Nicole Labruto, Johns Hopkins University, “Matabolic Intimacies: Cultivating Plants and Sustainability in Brazilian Transgenic Sugarcane Science”

Apr 14    Katherine Fehr Chandler, Georgetown University, “Unmanning”

Apr 28    A celebration honoring the career of Professor Deborah Poole

Apr 30   Parry Scott, Federal University of Pernambuco, “Ethnography on Care: Women Tell Their Stories” film screening & discussion