SAC Building 4.120 & 5.162
University of Texas, Austin
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Category Archives: Miscellaneous
A sensuous and intellectually compelling project. ‘Home Ground’ is a short anthropological film exploring how two very different, but geographically close, cultures relate to one another within a striking and vast natural landscape. Featuring Siggi the Icelandic sailor and Dines … Continue reading
The Intermedia Workshop (co-sponsored by Mexic-Arte Museum and Experimental Response Cinema and with support from the Department of Anthropology, the Center for Mexican American Studies, and the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies) presents: Artist and Anthropologist Fiamma Montezemolo. Fiamma … Continue reading
UT Austin Anthropology alum, Ben Chappell will present his new book on Sunday, September 1st, 2013 at noon. Sunday, Sep 1 12:00p Richard Moya Park 10001 Burleson Rd Austin, TX 78719 Join author Ben Chappell signing his book ‘Lowrider Space’ … Continue reading
Monday, March 18 noon SAC 5.118 Body issues:perverse surveillance and the sexualized sovereign Randolph Lewis Associate Professor in American Studies Gazing or glancing? Photography, Surveillance, and Socialist Colonialism. Craig Campbell Assistant Professor in Anthropology
Here’s a great video by Dwayne Beaver…
From On-line schools website:
Kissing in August 1945: Two Visions of the Moment Thursday, February 7th, 2013 6pm ART 1.120, The Art Building How do we remember the end of the Second World War? Does that time then exist now? If so, what form … Continue reading
2012-2013 Speaker Series for the department of Anthropology is called “The Longhand: Anthropology, Writing and Inscription.” Thursday, Sep. 27 Barbara Tedlock Reverse Anthropology: Writing the Self as Other SAC 5.118, 12 pm Dennis Tedlock “The First 2000 Years of … Continue reading
This video is from writer and editor Kevin Kelly. Kelly recently wrote the WJT Mitchellesque book: What Technology Wants. Reposted from boingboing.