The ARCUS center at Kalamazoo College hosted a fabulous conference that brought together scholars and activists to showcase" modules that will include panel discussions, breakout sessions, and performances designed to prompt us to collectively conjure, theorize, decolonize, and map a future we can all thrive in." https://reason.kzoo.edu/csjl/annual-event/withoutborders/
Human Rights Science and Social Context Lecture Series
The new Human Rights program at Purdue University is thrilled to launch the Science and Social Context Series. Dr. Diego Soares da Silveira (Federal University of Uberlândia) joined us in the fall of 2016 to talk with faculty and students about the politics of indigenous knowledge systems in Brazil.
Visual Anthropology and Indigenous Filmmaking
The brownbag series (Department of Anthropology, Purdue) is pleased to bring to you the first of series Indigenous Filmmaking events this year. We celebrate the work of Videos nas Aldeias (VNA), a non-governmental organization that pioneered collaborative and Indigenous media-making projects in Brazil.
Actor Network Theory and the Ontological Turn
Faculty and students in the Department of Anthropology deepened their knowledge of Actor Network Theory and its relation to the ontological turn in anthropology in October of 2016. Dr. Diego Soares da Silveira (Federal University of Uberlândia), a visiting scholar in the Department of Anthropology, gave the workshop to an engaged audience.