The Department of Anthropology hosts brown bag lunch sessions on scheduled Wednesdays each semester. All talks are free of charge, open to the public and take place at 12 p.m. in Anne Belk Hall, Room 342.
Wednesday, Sept. 11
"'…In quest of a Gang of Sodomites:' Toward New Frameworks for Interpreting Sexuality and Identity in the Early Modern English Cultural Imaginary"
with David Orvis (English)
Wednesday, Sept. 18
"Sonic Agitation: Punk against Empire 1979-2019"
Jon Carter (Anthropology)
Wednesday, Sept. 25
"Globalization, Media and Language in Argentina"
Mary-Caitlyn Valentinsson (Anthropology)
Wednesday, Oct. 9
"Regulating the Regulators: Public Participation in Environmental Regulation"
Lauren Waterworth (Geological and Environmental Sciences)
Wednesday, Oct. 16
"Gearing Up for 2020: New Directions in Immigration Policies or Similar Promises?"
Felicia Arrianga (Sociology)
Wednesday, Nov. 13
"Warfare and Aggression in Human Evolution"
Marc Kissel (Anthropology)
Wednesday, Nov. 20
"Photogrammetry and Footprints: Finding What We've Been Missing"
Brian Zimmer (Geological and Environmental Sciences)