Come join Anthropology in the Works for our general meeting on Wednesday, February 16th at 6PM in CAS316!
Ph.D student, Gana Ndiaye, is giving a lecture on the “Contested Meanings of Africanness: African Muslim Migrants, Affirmative Action Policies, and Brazil’s New Racial Politics”
Ph.D candidate, Gana Ndiaye, is giving a lecture on the “Contested Meanings of Africanness: African Muslim Migrants, Affirmative Action Policies, and Brazil’s New Racial Politics” as part of the Walter Rodney Seminar Series on February 7th. Join us on Monday, February 7th 2022, from 12:30-2:00 PM ET at the African Studies Conference Room (ASC 505) […]
Join the BU College of Fine Arts in their Women in Masks Art-Based Research Conference from February 11-13, 2022. For more information, visit this site: https://sites.bu.edu/womenandmasks/events/february-11-13th/
Lecture at Pardee School- Thursday February 10th- “French Catholic Mobilization During Revision of French Bioethical Laws: 2018-2021”
The Pardee School held a lecture on Thursday, February 10th on “French Catholic Mobilization During Revision of French Bioethical Laws: 2018-2021,” by Séverine Mathieu. The event took place as part of the Department of Anthropology’s Seminar Series and was co-sponsored by the Institute on Religion, Culture, and World Affairs (CURA) and the Center for the […]
The Pardee School of Global Studies hosted Howard W. French, a career foreign correspondent and global affairs writer, as he discussed his work, “Born in Blackness: The Central Role of Africa and Africans in the Making of the Modern World.”
Celebrate the retirement of our long-time Program Coordinator, Kathy Kwasnica, by joining us for an Ice Cream Party!
Our long-time Program Coordinator, Kathy Kwasnica is retiring after 23 years with the department. Please stop by the Anthropology office Feb 1 between 2 and 4 pm to say good bye. RSVP for ice-cream! RSVP HERE: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd027bYdOegK1I-QAS-8jMhQoeKqUKApAsZAaa_-SNvoUQPkA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Join Anthropology in the Works for its first General Meeting this coming Wednesday, February 2nd, from 6-7 PM at CAS room 316.
From the African Studies Center: Students! We’re hosting a Zoom workshop on writing strong grant/fellowship applications. It’s tailored to FLAS applicants but open to students in any field who might be applying for fellowships (you don’t have to have a connection to African studies to be welcome). Undergrads are especially encouraged to attend! Register: tinyurl.com/ascflas22 […]
Open Webinar screening of ‘Unfinished Indonesia’ & Discussion on Islam & Democracy with Prof. Robert Hefner & Prof. Zainal Bagir
Join us on Jan 26, Wed 5pm (San Diego) & 8pm (Boston) = Jan 27, Thu 8am (Jakarta) Unfinished Indonesia: Film Screening and Discussion on Islam & Democracy with Profs. Robert Hefner & Zainal Bagir SDSU webinar I organize & will moderate Registration: https://tinyurl.com/534wavyx
Mark your calendars for this Department of Anthropology sponsored talk as part of the Seeing and Not Seeing Seminar Speaker Series. November 30, Tuesday @ 3:00. —— check out the poster below for more details!