Anthropology Day

Date: 

Friday, September 15, 2017, 1:00pm to 5:00pm

Location: 

Tozzer 203

Please join the Department of Anthropology for Anthro Day!

SPEAKERS
Nicholas Carter
"Why Were Maya Kingdoms Where They Were?: Integrating Epigraphy and Landscape Archaeology in the Southern Maya Mountains."
 
Michael Herzfeld
“Endgames and Slow Starts: Fieldwork in Bangkok”
 
Ieva Jusionyte
"Trespassers Will Be Hurt: Tactical Infrastructure and Migrant Injuries on the U.S.-Mexico Border"
 
Jeffrey Quilter
"Research Near and Far and the Peabody Museum of Anthropology"
 
Aylin Yildirim Tschoepe
"Landscapes of Purity and Pollution: Contest over Value and Garbage in Istanbul"
 
Sadie Weber
"Pulling Abundance out of Thin Air: the Role of Pastoralism in 1000 BC Peru"
 
UNDERGRADUATE PANEL
Amanda Flores ‘18
"My fieldwork in Cochabamba, Bolivia: Indigenous migration, urban poverty, and the politics of the NGO world"
 
Caroline Rakus-Wojciechowski ‘18
"San José de Moro at a Glance"
 

Anthro Day