News & Events
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Block 5: Shining Soul Hip Hop Group. Conversation on Solidarity in Racial Justice Activism.
Thursday, February 9, 2016, 7:00 P.M.
Join our special event with U.S.-Mexico Border Activist Hip Hop Group "Shining Soul" at 7pm in Loomis Lounge on Thursday, Feb 9. The first night talk is open to all CC students, staff and faculty called "Conversation on Solidarity in Racial Justice Activism." Then there will be a concert taking place in Packard Performance Hall at 7 pm on the next day, Friday, Feb 10. CC student spoken word artists will start the show, followed the performance by the hip hop group, Shining Soul. All are welcome and dinner will be provided.
Block 4: Dr. Marina Cunin Borer, Colorado State University-Pueblo. The Diverse Experiences of Military Spouses: From Their Own Words.
Thursday, December 8, 2016, 12:15pm-1:45pm,
Barnes Science Center #407
Dr. Marina Cunin will present an overview of her research to date on military spouses and their various experiences. Based on individual and group interviews, as well as using traditional fieldwork methods, the research highlights the diversity of groups within that particular population and explores definitions of ‘military spouse’ through the words of spouses themselves. It is suggested that these two areas are particularly significant when considering policies and services aimed at providing assistance for the array of issues affecting the military spouse community.
(Lunch will be served at noon)
Reserved for anthropology people first.
Thursday, February 9, 2017, 12:30 P.M-1:30 P.M.
Venue: Barnes Science Center #407
As anthropology students and scholars, "ethnography" might be one of the words that we use the most. So what does it exactly mean in various contexts? On Thursday starting at 12:30pm, we will have four professors from different departments join the conversation: Sarah Hautzinger (Anthropology), Christina Leza (Anthropology), Nadia Guessous (Feminist & Gender Studies), and Devaka Premawardhana (Religion). They will share a bit about their experiences, identities, epiphanies and lessons related to fieldwork and ethnography. Lunch will be provided.
Graduate Focus Session with Professor Sarah Hautzinger & Professor Scott Ingram
Open to CC students, faculty, and staffs
Friday, February 3, 2017, 1:30 p.m-2:30 p.m
Professor Sarah Hautzinger and Assistant Professor Scott Ingram will be leading this session, sharing their experiences on graduate studies, providing suggestions on application process, and answering any questions you may have. We would like to invite our major&minors, anthropology students, and particularly seniors who might have wanted to apply to graduate programs to join us.
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SAS Film Screening Series
Come to join Student Anthropology Society's blockly film screening events.
Block 4: Film Screening: "Documentary: Crossroads of Journalism Dreams"
Time and Location: 7pm-9pm, February 6, 2017, Cornerstone Screening Room at Colorado College
There are fewer than 10 Chinese students accepted every year by the Columbia School ofJournalism. What happens when Chinese students with a Chinese journalism background encounter contrasting journalistic ideals, ethics, and principles when they arrive in New York? When it comes to these two discrete forms of journalism, Chinese versus American, how will they choose their career after graduation? Going back to China working under censorship and staying in America trying to get a work visa, both are not easy for them. This documentary tells the story of five young people, who experienced bitterness and happiness when facing the future. This documentary will give you a glimpse on some common difficulties that international students face in the U.S. (with English subtitles).
Block 4: Film Screening: "Stranded: I've Come from a Plane that Crashed on the Mountains"
Time and Location: 7pm-9pm, December 15, 2016, Barnes Science Center 407
"Stranded" is a 2007 globally-renowned documentary film which tells the story of a rugby team from Uruguay who boarded Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571. The film features interviews with the survivors who recount their struggle to survive after the plane crashed in the Andes Mountains and were forced to consume the flesh of the deceased. Stranded was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize for Documentary at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, and won the Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary at the 2008 Directors Guild of America Awards.
Block 3: VIGUNGA Film Screening
Time and Location: 7pm-9pm, November 3, 2016, Barnes Science Center 407
"VIRUNGA is the incredible true story of a group of brave people risking their lives to build a better future in a part of Africa the world's forgotten and a gripping expose of the realities of life in the Congo."
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