The Socio-Cultural Workshop is an interdisciplinary seminar for faculty and graduate students in socio-cultural anthropology, sociology, history, religious studies, and related fields. We generally meet around three times per term to cultivate participants' research and writing by constructive discussion of pre-circulated works-in-progress. On occasion we may discuss work by visiting scholars, or hold other sorts of events.
In addition to meetings of the full workshop (for all faculty and graduate students), there is a parallel series of workshop meetings primarily for graduate students (though with faculty welcome) where advanced graduate students present dissertation chapters or other work based on their research.
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