Author Archives: Jacqueline Cieslak

Discussion on the ethics of ethnographic fieldwork

Informal discussion on fieldwork in anthropology and religious studies What are the ethics of ethnographic research? How we can we have productive, inter-disciplinary conversations about ethnography? How is ethnography used differently in anthropology and religious studies? This informal discussion covered … Continue reading

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Event on Applied Anthropology

What do we do with anthropology? Applied, engaged, community-based — each of these qualifiers attempts to theorize the various ways anthropology can be used beyond classrooms and academic journals. But what does it really mean to use anthropology “outside” academia? … Continue reading

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Louis Dumont: A Panel-led Discussion

Thursday, Oct. 25, 12.00-2.00 pm 2nd Floor Conference Room, Brooks Hall The Panelists: Fred Damon: “The problem of ‘ULTIMATE VALUES’ (And the Future of Anthropology in Dumont’s Footsteps)” John Nemec: “The Individual and Society: Dumont’s Homo Hierarchicus as a Model … Continue reading

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