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A Doleful Place Indeed, for the Site of a Future City

Maxwell Hall , 204

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The Anthropology Department presents: 

“A Doleful Place Indeed, for the Site of a Future City”: Creating the Aesthetic of Absence and Eliminating Emptiness in Syracuse, New York

This talk discusses, Shifting power dynamics and infrastructural development within the city of Syracuse have long intertwined with geographic adjacency and the ability to control water resources.

About the speaker:

Dana Olesch PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, Syracuse University

Dana Olesch is a doctoral candidate in anthropology at Syracuse University. Trained as a historical archaeologist, she now researches cultural and structural violence that creates the palimpsest landscape of Syracuse, New York.


Type

Lectures and Seminars

Region

Campus

Open to

Alumni

Faculty

Staff

Students, Graduate and Professional

Students, Prospective

Students, Undergraduate

Organizer

MAX-Anthropology

Contact

JoAnn L Rhoades
315.443.2200

jlrhoade@syr.edu

Accessibility

Contact JoAnn L Rhoades to request accommodations