Fall 2015 Events

Anthropology and History Brown Bags, Omohundro Talks, and other events
Please feel free to add events or email Patrick Johnson with events to add

Thursday, October 15th 2015: 6 PM SWEM Pizza & Data management

Tuesday, October 20: 5:30-7 Career Center Grant/Fellowship Workshop for Anthropology, History, and American Studies Grad Students

Wednesday October 21: Anthropology Brown Bag Washington 101 at noon, Adam Barger, WM Senior Academic Technology Specialist: Overview of current academic technologies

Friday, October 23rd, 12pm-1:30pm: History Dept. Brown Bag Professor Trent Vinson’s discussion of his pre-circulated paper, “Toward the Beloved Community: Martin Luther King, Jr., Albert Luthuli and the Making of the Global Anti-Apartheid Movement”

Friday, October 23rd, 2-4 PM Anthropology Department Homecoming Reception

Tuesday, October 27, 2015:  7 PM Omohundro Talk pre-circulated paper “There’s No Such Thing as ‘Pre-history’: What Chaco, Cahokia, and the Continent’s Longue Durée Can Tell Us about Colonial America?” Julianna Barr, Duke University

Wednesday, November 4: noon College Apartments 5 American Studies Brown Bag, Pedro Cruz Freire, PhD Student in Art and Architectural History at University of Seville, “Cuba and Florida: Guardians of the Spanish Empire in the Gulf of Mexico.”

Friday, November 6th, 1:30pm-3pm: History Dept. Brown Bag Visiting Professor Emily Gioielli’s mock job talk, title TBD

Tuesday, November 10, 2015:  7 PM Omohundro Talk Jessica Parr, University of New Hampshire

Wednesday November 11: Anthropology Brown Bag noon Washington 101, Anthropology Graduate Student Grant Workshop

Friday, November 13th, 12pm-1:30pm: History Dept. Brown Bag Professor Kathrin Levitan’s paper presentation,  “‘I Expect the Ship to Sail every Day’: Convicts and the Post in Nineteenth-Century Britain and Australia.”

Wednesday November 18:  Anthropology Brown Bag noon Washington 101, Matthew Abel, Anthropology Honors Program  “Cultivated spaces: urban farming and neighborhood change”

Friday, November 20th, 2pm-3:30pm
: History Dept. Brown Bag Visiting Professor Dajeong Chung’s mock job talk, “The Invention of Humanitarian Food Relief, 1953-1962: UNICEF and CARE Milk Feeding Programs in South Korea.”

Omohundro Colloquia

American Indian Initiative of Colonial Williamsburg

About Patrick Johnson

I'm an anthropology PhD candidate studying archaeology and history of Southeastern Native Americans and writing a dissertation about the diplomatic and daily life of Yamasee Indians in eighteenth-century Florida. Find me at https://twitter.com/patj86 or https://wm.academia.edu/PatrickJohnson if you're so inclined!
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