This seminar is organized by the Department of Anthropology. All graduate students present their research results in the seminar during the second half of their programs. Time permitting, faculty members and guest speakers may also present papers on their ongoing research in anthropology. This required course does not count for credit but appears as an audit on transcripts.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will:
|Date||What's On?||Who Should Attend?|
|Jan. 6||No seminar|
|Jan.13||Workshop: OGS Scholarship||Recommended for students applying for scholarship|
|Jan 20||No seminar|
Scott Eckford: "What's the Point? An Examination of 3 Early Fluted Point Collections from Ontario"
David Norris: "Geometric Morphometric Analysis of Late Paleoindian Projectile points from Northwestern Ontario: Tracing Age and Population Relationships and...Origins?"
Diyin Deng: "Searching for Little Tibet, Canada"
Daphné Gagnon: "Hunting and (dis)connection in a small town of Northern Ontario"
Diana Gavric: “Cuban Narratives of Emigration: Defining Self and Other”
Lina Johnston: “The Politics of Food and Street Vending in Pinar Del Rio, Cuba”
Paulina Johnson: "Kawôtinikewin 1876: Reclaiming Nêhiyaw Governance through the Understanding of Being in the territory of Maskwacîs”
Hana Ahmed: "Tourism, the state and violence in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh”
Jennifer Spinney: “Forecaster Imaginations: The influence of interaction on the production of scientific knowledge and the creation of expert communities of practice”
Hannah McGregor: "Enacting 'Reconciliation': University-Community Partnerships on Language Revitalization Projects”
Hannah Cho: "Challenging language ideologies and constructing identity among Korean language learners"
Safety in the Field Info Session
3:30-5:00pm, SSC 2257
|Recommended for anyone undertaking field research|