Schedule 2017-2018

Spring 2018

April 4     Raphaëlle Rabanes (Anthropology, UC Berkeley/San Francisco)

     Cobbling: Negotiating care in postcolonial rehabilitation

April 18   Kristin Peterson (Anthropology, UC Irvine)

      Ethical Misrecognition: On Racial and Pharmaceutical Capitalism

April 25    Ari Gandsman (Anthropology, University of Ottawa)

       Sensing the end: timing death and the right to die

May 9       Adia Benton (Anthropology, Northwestern University)

Ebola(s): thoughts about memory, history and survival in an epidemic’s aftermath

May 16     Steven Server (Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science, UChicago)

       Forjando salud: anthropology and medicine in post revolutionary Mexico

May 30     Talia Gordon (Comparative Human Development, UChicago)

       Why resilience now? Temporalities of crisis and repair in Flint, MI

All workshops will be held on Wednesdays, 4:30-6:00, in Rosenwald 329. Refreshments will be served. For questions about the workshop, or if you require assistance to attend, please contact the workshop coordinator, Kieran Kelley: kierankelley@uchicago.edu

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Winter 2018

January 17: Matthew Hiller (SSA)

OCD: Self and Other

January 31: Julian Thompson (SSA)

Topic: Mental Health Courts

February 14 : Jenny Miao Hua (Anthropology and Medicine)

Concretizing Tumors: Marginality and Metastability in Chinese Oncology

February 28: Biying Ling (Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science)

Hans Jonas’s The Phenomenon of Life as a Failed Project: Concepts and Context

 

All workshops will be held on Wednesdays, 4:30-6:00, in Haskell 101. Refreshments will be served. For any questions about a workshop, or if you require assistance to attend, please contact the workshop coordinator, Kieran Kelley: kierankelley@uchicago.edu

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Autumn 2017

October 4: David Ansari (UChicago, Comparative Human Development)

Activities of Reading and Writing: Navigating paperwork routines in culturally sensitive mental health services in Paris

October 18: Camille Roussel (UChicago, Comparative Human Development)

Child Pregnancy, Indigeneity, Guatemala

October 25: Zoe Wool (Rice University, Anthropology)

Disability, Biolegitimacy, and Technological Fantasies

November 8: Sophie Reichert (UChicago, Anthropology)

Taking the experiment out of the laboratory: German Lebensreform culture 1910-1914

November 15: Natalja Czarnecki (University of Chicago, Anthropology)

Gendered lives of food safety regulatory reform and emergent trustworthy bodies in Tbilisi, Georgia

 

All workshops will be held on Wednesdays, 4:30-6:00, in Rosenwald 329. Refreshments will be served. For any questions about a workshop, or if you require assistance to attend, please contact the workshop coordinator, Kieran Kelley: kierankelley@uchicago.edu

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