Rescaling Politics Beyond the Nation: Global and Planetary Dreams and Realities
Chair: Jeff Maskovsky, Ph.D. Program in Anthro., GC
Globalization, Nationalism and Internationalism: Some Thoughts, by Don Robotham, Professor of Anthropology, CUNY Graduate Center
Euphemisms We Die By: Resurgent Nationalism and/in the Anthr*pocene , by Noah Theriault, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Carnegie Mellon University
Angry Nationalism in the End Times: Whiteness, Trump, and Climate Denial in the United States, Sophie Bjork-James, Vanderbilt University
Unless otherwise noted, all colloquia take place in room C415A (concourse level, one floor below the Lobby) at the Graduate Center (365 Fifth Ave) beginning at 4:15pm. Refreshments follow in the Anthropology Department Brockway Room (room 6402).
please visit: gc.cuny.edu/anthropology for more information
Juan Rodriguez (Queens College CUNY)
“I Don’t Know How People on Minimum Wage Make It”: The Semiotic Scaling of Political Crisis & Emotions in Venezuela
Unless otherwise noted, all colloquia take place from 4:15 pm – 6pm in room C415A at the Graduate Center.
5.5 Physical Anthropology Lecture – details forthcoming