The Society for Cultural Anthropology is pleased to announce its seventh annual student-faculty workshops. The workshops will take place during on Saturday, December 6th 2014, during the American Anthropological Asssociation's 113th annual meeting in Washington DC. We are pleased to offer the following five workshops:
- Elizabeth Anne Davis (Princeton University): Anthropology of the Body
- Clara Han (Johns Hopkins University) and Andrea Muehlebach (Toronto): Labor, Debt, and Markets
- Kim Fortun (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute): Anthropology of Inrastructure
- John Jackson (University of Pennsylvania): Anthropology and Visual Media
- Hugh Raffles (The New School for Social Research): Human-Animal-Nonhuman Relations
Each workshop is limited to five students. The workshops are free and lunch will be provided. Workshops will run from noon-1:30p at a restaraunt nearby the AAA conference hotels. Participants will be invited to contribute a short write-up about their workshop to the SCA’s Fieldsights blog.
To apply for the workshops, please send a 250-300 word description of your research project and its relation to the workshop theme. In addition, you are encouraged to raise a specific question for the faculty leader and for other workshop participants to discuss. Descriptions will be shared with other workshop participants in advance of the meeting. In addition, your faculty leader may circulate one short piece for discussion. The online application form can be found here.
Preference will be given to SCA Student Members, though non-members are also encouraged to apply. You can join the SCA for just $15 at the AAA website's membership page. Preference will be given to post-field students whose projects clealry articulate with the workshop theme. Students from a faculty member's home institution will not be considered for these workshops.
If you have any questions you can contact: Jonah.S.Rubin@gmail.com.