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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Misha’s Windy City Events: 11/21 Thursday morning and evening

Misha’s Windy City Events: 11/21 Thursday morning and evening

Two posts in one morning–wow, this is getting good! Just alerting my very small Chicago group of comadres and compadres, that I am participating in two events on Thursday 11/21 –10:15am to noon and then at 8pm.  Details and links are here:

UPCOMING EVENTS
 
Thursday 3-0350 INVITED SESSION: FINDING, TAKING, OR WISHING for PERMISSION to BE CURRENT, PUBLIC, AND ARTISTIC ANTHROPOLOGISTS of EDUCATION

10:15 AM-12:00 PM

Buckingham Room at the Chicago Downtown Hilton

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Organizer: Melisa (Misha) S Cahnmann-Taylor

Chair: Sally Campbell Galman

Other Participants: Margaret Diane LeCompte, Sally Campbell

Galman, Greg McClure, Susan Bleyle, Yohan Hwang, Melisa

(Misha) S Cahnmann-Taylor, Frederick D Erickson

 
 
And Thursday EVENING 11/21  Ferguson Auditorium 33 East Congress, 730pm–
Going Public with Literary Ethnography in the Windy City
 
 
 

Expecting the Unexpected in a Culture of Protest and (Almost always) Civil Disobedience in Oaxaca, Mexico

Expecting the Unexpected in a Culture of Protest and (Almost always) Civil Disobedience in Oaxaca, Mexico

JOLLE did such a lovely job publishing this recent think piece/blog post–so rather than duplicate, I add the link here.  Check it out and submit your own thoughts, art, poetry, to the next issue!

 

Expecting the Unexpected in a Culture of Protest and (Almost always) Civil Disobedience in Oaxaca, Mexico

Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor

 

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Thinking about Poetry and Ethnographic Knowledge

An image taken from part of a poster created for the Arts-Based Research Exhibition that culminated our doctoral seminar, Spring 2013

Poetry Ethics ConferenceMCT

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