Thursday, April 21st, 2016

Lunch Discussion on Eco-Spirituality, Fri. 4/22

FRTL/ANTH discussion with senior Vik Shenoy on Eco-Spirituality: Case Studies on Hinduism and Environmentalism in Contemporary India Friday, 4/22 12-1pm ACWS 211 Lunch will be served Vik will be discussing the methodologies he used during his fieldwork in India, as well as, the scope of my research: looking at how the religion of Hinduism helps shape and conceptualize India’s ideas about pollution. Sponsored by FRTL (Field Research Teaching Lab) and Sociology & Anthropology Department

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Monday, April 18th, 2016

Student Brown Bag talk: “Transfeminism, Violence, and Intimacies”

Join us for a FRTL Brown Bag Discussion with Taylan Stulting: “Transfeminism, Violence, and Intimacies: Challenges of Researching Underrepresented and Vulnerable Communities” Monday, 4/18 12-1:00pm ACWS 211 This talk will give an overview of Taylan’s research on the experiences of trans* survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. This research drew on interviews with trans* survivors and service providers to holistically understand the forms of support available to trans* survivors. Taylan will provide an overview of the methodology and key findings before focusing on the challenges encountered in this research and discuss how to address these barriers. Sponsored by FRTL […]

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