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May 12, 2007

 

 

 

One-Day Conference
'Problems, Scope and Limits of
Ethnography in the Realm of Calculating Elites'
Saturday
SSPA 2112
9:00am-6:00pm

May 4-5, 2007 co-sponsor with Department of Anthropology
Soft-Law Conference
May 2-5, 2007 co-sponsor with Center for Law and Society
Chancellor's Lecture
Sally Engle Merry
Professor of Anthropology and Law and Society
New York University
April 19, 2007 Thursday, 12:00-2:00 pm
Conversation with Professor Elinor Ochs
Department of Anthropology
UCLA
SSPB 4250
12:00-2:00pm
April 13-14, 2007

co-sponsor "Experimental Systems, States and Speculations: Anthropology at the Intersection of Life, Science and Capital" Conference

April 4, 2007

Wednesday, 3:30-5:00pm
Collaboration of/and Critique

Conversation with Steven Epstein, Bill Maurer, Deborah Heath and Michael Montoya
SSPB 1208
Refreshments
Coffee/Cocolate

March 20-21, 2007

CD Available Part 1
CD Avaialable Part 2
James Faubion, Rice Univ.
Dominic Boyer, Cornell Univ.

'The Ethnography of Intellectuals and the Predicaments of Theory Today'
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Talk and Discussion

3:30-5:00 pm
SSPA 2112
(Open and Free)
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Luncheon and Talk
(by invitation only)

  March 2, 2007

co-sponsor with UC Davis
"Curious Lives of Documents" Symposium
and Midnight University
Symposium 9:00am-6:00pm
Midnight University 8:00pm-midnight
Schedule
Poster

  November 4, 2006

9:00-4:00pm, SSPA 2112
Methods of Humanization: Death
Penalty Mitigation and Ethnography as Antidiscipline

The Center for Ethnography is pleased to welcome eight of the nation's leading capital defense advocates to begin a dialogue with academic ethnographers at UCI. By setting the knowledge practices of engaged academics and advocates side by side, this event represents an attempt to co-articulate the imaginary of the "human" as a potential point of convergence for fugitive knowledges.

For more information, please see

www.capitalethnographyproject.com

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