Brown Bag Series
Every semester the graduate program holds a number of brown bag luncheons for graduate students and faculty to discuss ongoing research within the field. Through these brown bags, students are able to present their research and gain feedback from a knowledgeable audience. For more information on the brown bag series, please contact Dr. James Cox.
Past brown bag luncheons include:
Tiara Naputi, Communication
"Communicating Resistance: Chamuro Testimonies and Guahan's Self-Determination Movement."
Angela Tapia, LLILAS
Presented her research on the Kakataibo indigenous peoples in Peru who form part of "isolated communities."
Vivian Nedwick, Department of Anthropology
"Questioning power: Human rights, subaltern counterpublics, and the denunciation of military rape in Chiapas, Mexico"
Cameron Strong, Department of History
Presented his research on Native American Storytelling and Science in Spanish Florida.