Event Details

Unless otherwise noted, all talks are in RAB 001 and at 3:00 on Friday.

Friday, October 9

Speaker: Dr. Gail Ashley, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Rutgers University

Title: "Freshwater Springs and Human Evolution"

Host: Craig Feibel

Tuesday, October 13

Speaker: Aimee Cox, Department of African and African American Studies, Fordham University

Title: ""Your Obedience Will Protect You" and Other Myths of Black Girlhood.”

Co-sponsored by Dept of Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies

Host: Dorothy Hodgson

Time: 4:30-6PM

Room: Douglas Student Center, Meeting Room E


Friday, October 16

Speaker: Dr. Matthew Gervais, Department of Anthropology, Rutgers University

Title: "Structures of Sentiment: Mapping the Affective Bases of Social Relationships in Yasawa, Fiji "

Host: Lee Cronk

Friday, October 23

Speaker: Dr. Thomas P. Leppard, Center for Cultural Analysis, Rutgers University

Title: “Advancing the Paleolithic ‘seafaring’ debate: perspectives from ecology and biogeography”

Host: Craig Feibel

Monday, October 26

Speaker: Dr. Dána-Ain Davis, Queens College—CUNY

Title: “From When and Where I Enter: Reflections on Feminist Activist Ethnography.”

Host: Daniel Goldstein

Time: 5 to 6:30pm

Room: Bio 206


Friday, Nov 6

Speaker: Dr. Dustin Rubenstein, Department of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology, Columbia University

Title: “Adaptation to environmental variation: integrating behavior and mechanism”

Co-sponsored by Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES)

Host: Rob Scott

Friday, Nov 13

Speaker: Dr. Cathryn Townsend, Department of Anthropology, Rutgers University

Title: "Property and gender inequality in a Baka village"

Host: Lee Cronk