Speaker Series

Fall 2000

Wednesday, September 13, 2000
Susan Wadley, Professor of Anthropology, Syracuse University 
"From Sacred Cow Dung to Cow Shit: the Globalization of Rural Culture in Northern India."
 
Wednesday, September 20, 2000
Charlie Hall, ESF
"The Myth of Sustainable Development."
 
Wednesday, September 27, 2000
Peter Castro, Professor of Anthropology, Syracuse University
"Applying Anthropology in the UN System: The Community Forestry Unit of the Food and Agriculture Organization."
 
Wednesday, October 04, 2000
Anne Gold, Professor of Anthropology, Syracuse University 
"Blood Speaks or Why Ganga Ma Drowned the Rajputs: The Leatherworker's Recollections."
 
Wednesday, October 11, 2000
Bonnie Urcuoli, Hamilton College
"The Construction of 'Multicultural' Identity Categories: Official College Discourse Compared to Students' Experience."
 
Wednesday, October 18, 2000
Michael Freedman, Professor of Anthropology, Syracuse University 
"Underskilled and Underfunded: the Launching of a Community Microcredit Program."
 
Wednesday, October 25, 2000
Mark Hauser, Anthropology Graduate Student, Syracuse University 
"Hawking Your Wares: Determining the Extent of Street Markets in Eighteenth Century Jamaica."
 
Wednesday, November 08, 2000
"Graduate Student AAA Presentations"
 
Wednesday, November 29, 2000
Robert Hayden, East European Studies Center at Pittsburgh
"(In)Human(e) Rights"
 
Wednesday, December 06, 2000
Theresa Singleton, Professor of Anthropology, Syracuse University
"Archaeology at a Cuban Coffee Plantation."