On April 17-18, the Department of Anthropology will host a conference on “Rethinking Race in the Americas: Anthropology, Politics, and Policy.” The conference will take place in the Moot Court Room (#123) of the IU Law School.
This symposium will bring to Indiana University an internationally renowned group of scholars from diverse sub-fields within the discipline of anthropology to present their latest research and debate the concept of race, its relation to anthropology, and its relevance to the politics of the present across the Americas. The symposium has been organized by Indiana University's Department of Anthropology to celebrate its 60th anniversary of scholarship and teaching.
Lee Baker (Duke)
Charles Briggs (UC Berkeley)
Jane Hill (University of Arizona)
Jeff Long (University of Michigan Medical School) Yolanda Moses (UC Riverside) Deborah Poole (Johns Hopkins) Ricardo Santos (The National Museum in Brazil) Laurie Wilkie (UC Berkeley)
For more information on this conference, please check the conference website at http://www.indiana.edu/~anthro/rethinkingrace/.