Spring 2017
Tan Sack Lecture Series
Friday, Noon
Waldo 201A

This lecture series features guest speakers from the OSU community, as well as visitors from academic institutions, government agencies, non-government organizations, and businesses in Oregon and beyond. Presentations focus on cutting-edge research, current events, and other projects that resonate with the OSU Anthropology community. Undergraduate and Graduate students are invited to enroll for credit, but all lectures are open to the general public.

 April 21 - Dr. Madonna Moss - University of Oregon, “Zooarchaeology, Heritage, and Resource Management in Southeast Alaska:Two Cases”
 

May 5 - Dr. Jeremy Spoon - Portland State University, “Disaster Transitions: Social-Ecological Recovery & Resilience Following the 2015 Nepal Earthquakes”


May 12 - Dr. Reem Hajjar - Oregon State University, "Community Forest Governance and Livelihoods: A Global Perspective"

 

May 19 - Dr. Thomas Love - Linfield College, “Late Modernity: Time, Net Energy Decline, and the Red Queen Effect”

 

May 26 - Dr. Juan Herrera - Oregon State University, “Racialized Illegality: The Regulation of Informal Labor and Space”

 

June 9 - Dr. Jonathan Garcia - Oregon State University, "How to Use Ethnography to Transform Clinical Trials"