The Meaning of Science on the Pajarito Plateau: Connecting Anthropology, Atomic Physics, and Tewa Philosophy through the Metaphor of the House
Start Date: Nov 05, 2021 - 02:00pm
Location: Presented via Zoom
Dmitri Brown will present his talk The Meaning of Science on the Pajarito Plateau: Connecting Anthropology, Atomic Physics, and Tewa Philosophy through the Metaphor of the House on Friday, November 5 at 2 pm as part of the 2021 Fall Anthropology Colloquia Speaker Series. You can access the talk here. You can obtain the passcode by emailing Dr. Ian Wallace at email@example.com
Dmitri is a Ph.D. candidate in the History Department at the University of California, Davis with a Designated Emphasis in Native American Studies. He is finishing his dissertation titled "Tewa Pueblos at the Dawn of Atomic Modernity." His work is currently supported by the Katrin H. Lamon Resident Fellowship at the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe and by a Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship.
Hosted by the UNM Department of Anthropology, the Alfonso Ortiz Center for Intercultural Studies, and the Latin American and Iberian Institute (LAII) the Department Colloquia Speaker Series will continue this semester. Talks from this years series are available on our You Tube for your viewing.
Upcoming talks include:
11/19 Dr. Matthew Schmader (UNM Anthropology)
12/3 Dr. Evelyn Jagoda (Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT)