News & Announcements Archive
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 […]
We are very pleased to announce the fourth annual Sidney Mintz Student Fellowships for Field Research. Professor Mintz inaugurated the fund in the fall of 2015, by re-assigning funds from the Annual Mintz Lecture (which was endowed in his honor at his retirement, and ran for 21 years, until 2014). The fund supports two fellowships […]
The Sawyer Seminar on Precision and Uncertainty in a World of Data presents ” The Data Environment and the New University” February 24, 12 pm to 3 pm Mergenthaler 426
Please join us for the Anthropology Department’s Spring 2020 Colloquium series as we present Charles Hallisey, Harvard University, and his talk, “Encountering the Contours of the Moral Person: Insights on Moral Anthropology” Tuesday, February 18 4-6 PM Mergenthaler 439 Refreshments to follow
Please join us on Wednesday, February 5, 2020, at 5:00 p.m., for the first of the JHU Anthropology Spring 2020 Colloquium Series, presenting Charles King, Georgetown University Mergenthaler 426 Dinner offered
Graduate Student Arpan Roy has a new article in Anthropological Theory on the relationship between kinship theory in anthropology and the philosophy of Jean-Luc Nancy.
In this blog post on Anthropological Theory Commons, Veena Das argues for the importance of vernacular intellectuals to help us understand how torture has become a routine tool of national security within democracies and to shake off the complacency and moralism that has seeped into anthropological discourse.