2017-2018 Anthropology and History Workshops
The Anthropology and History Workshop is a forum for the discussion of papers and chapters, usually in draft, by students, faculty and visitors. Workshop papers are distributed by email attachment to graduate students and faculty in Anthro-History and affiliated programs about one week in advance. The Workshop meets on Fridays, 2-4 pm, usually in 1014 Tisch Hall on U-M's Central Campus. There is typically a commentator/critic for each session, the presenter has a few minutes to set a context for the discussion of the work, with the remainder of the session dedicated to open discussion.
Workshop papers are available by request to email@example.com
Winter 2018 Schedule
Friday 9 February, 12-2pm (1014 Tisch): Quincy Amoah, Anthropology, Princeton University
"Birding Twins: A Karimojong Reassessment of a Nuer Controversy"
Friday 23 February, 12-2pm (1014 Tisch): Tiffany Cain, Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania
"War, Landscape, and Ruin Memory"
Friday 30 March, 12-2pm (1014 Tisch): Jay Cook, History, UM
“The Lost History of Global Black Celebrity, 1750-1920”
Friday 13 April, 13 12-2pm (211 West Hall) Kathryn Babayan, History, UM
"The City as Anthology: Visualizing Cultures of Literacy in Early Modern Isfahan"
AH Reading Groups:
Tuesday 6 March, 7-9pm (1014 Tisch): Hiroaki Matsusaka, History, UM
"Making Anticolonialism Radical: Korean Activists in Interwar United States"
Wednesday 4 April, 7-9pm (1014 Tisch): Samia Khatun, Education, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB)
"Reading Sufi Poetry, Writing Alternate Histories"