Lecture Series

The School of Anthropology Lecture Series presents a broad range of topics throughout both Fall and Spring semesters. All lectures are free and open to the public.

Lectures held on Thursdays at 12:30 p.m. in Haury Building, Room 215 unless otherwise noted.

Spring 2024

Date Presenter and Affiliation Title Location
March 14, 2024 @ 7pm Joseph Sassoon, Georgetown University

Sabbagh Lecture: The Sassoons: The Great Global Merchants and the Making of an Empire

Arizona Historical Society

March 21, 2024 Ben Bellorado

Traversing Domain Boundaries: Cross-Media and Collaborative Approaches to the Study of Identity Through Footwear and Its Imagery

Haury Room 216
March 28 BREAK TBD Haury Room 216
April 4, 2024 Elise Andaya, University of Albany

Bearing Inequality: Pregnancy, Racialization, and Temporal Injustice among New York City’s Low-Wage Workers

Haury Room 216
April 11, 2024 Sarah Luna, Tufts University "Pleasure is our Revenge:” Violence and the Value(s) of Pleasure for Mexico City Transfeminista Pleasure Activists Haury Room 216
April 18 BREAK TBD Haury Room 216
April 25, 2024 Undergraduate Research Showcase TBD Haury Room 216

May 2, 2024


BARA Symposium TBD Haury Room 216
May 9, 2024

SOA Faculty Research Award Presentations and End of Semester Potluck

TBD Haury Room 216

For more information on individual talks, please visit our Calendar of Events.