Tenur Standards for Digital Scholarship

Anne Allison: Tenur Standards for Digital Scholarship

Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Tenure Standards for Digital Scholarship, a conversation with Professor Anne Allison Thursday, April 11 | 12pm – 1pm | Lunch served at 12pm Smith Warehouse Bay 4, C105 | Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall RSVP | Facebook event Professor Allison co-authored the May 2018 “Tenure Standards Committee... Read More »

Amazon Changed How We Shop. Will It Change How We Eat?

Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Cultural anthropology graduate student on NPR's big morning show, 1A, Monday, February 18.  Amazon Changed How We Shop.  Will It Change How We Eat? 

Harris Solomon, “On Life Support”

Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Friday, February 22, 2019 Harris Solomon, “On Life Support” 9:30am (Breakfast available at 9am) Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall C105, Bay 4, Smith Warehouse This paper considers the phenomenon of breath to understand the edges of living and dying. It is based on ethnographic research in a... Read More »

CulAnth major Eric Oberstein, Duke '07 produces Grammy winning album

Wednesday, February 13, 2019
This past Sunday in Los Angeles, an album produced by Eric Oberstein, CulAnth major Duke '07, Back to the Sunset, by the Dafnis Prieto Big Band (DPBB), won the GRAMMY Award for Best Latin Jazz Album. Eric has had the pleasure of collaborating with Cuban-born drummer, composer,... Read More »

Faculty to Pursue Collaboration through 2019 Intellectual Community Planning Grants

Monday, February 4, 2019
  A key goal of Together Duke is to invest in faculty as scholars and leaders of the university’s intellectual communities. To foster collaboration around new and emerging areas of interest, Intellectual Community Planning Grants (ICPG) are available to groups of faculty. These grants... Read More »
China's Concentration Camps: What's at Stake?

China's Concentration Camps: What's at Stake?

Friday, January 11, 2019
Monday, January 28, 2019 6-8pm Perkins 217 Credible reports have revealed that China has detained over a million Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims in internment camps, where they are forced to denounce their religion and ethnic identity. An Uyghur survivor of the camp system, Mihrigul Tursun,... Read More »
Julie Chu

"Airing Grievances and the Atmospherics of Chinese Legal Reform"

Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Cultural Anthropology is pleased to present Airing Grievances and the Atmospherics of Chinese Legal Reform Julie Y. Chu Dr. Chu is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Chicago and the author of Cosmologies of Credit: Transnational Mobility and the Politics of... Read More »
Featured Spring 2019 Course

"Millennial Capitalism: Global Perspectives” (CULANTH 530S)

Friday, October 26, 2018
The John Hope Franklin Center has chosen to feature Prof. Anne-Maria Makhulu's "Millennial Capitalism: Global Perspectives” (CULANTH 530S) course in its spring 2019 global course highlights. Please join us in spreading word about this fantastic... Read More »

The #metoo Movement Comes to the Kitchen

Thursday, September 27, 2018
The #metoo Movement Comes to the Kitchen The free, public events Alexander organized include a conversation with Severson and other food writers Thursday, Oct. 4, at the Durham Hotel and a Friday, Oct. 5, panel discussion on ‘Violence in the Kitchen’ at 11 a.m. at Duke’s Forum for Scholars and... Read More »

Eric Oberstien nominated for a Latin Grammy Award

Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Eric Oberstein graduated from Duke in 2007 with a degree in Cultural Anthropology.   He is currently a producer and Associate Director, Duke Performances as well as Adjunct Faculty, Arts Management and Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Duke.  An album Eric produced, Back to... Read More »