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NSF seminar series 1st semester 2014

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NSF seminar series 1st semester 2014

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  1. New Social Forms Seminar Series 20146 February Isabel Basson (Stellenbosch), Review of Sociological Methods c. 1990-201013 February RonelleCarolissen, (Educational Psychology, Stellenbosch), Addressing Dualisms in  Student Perceptions of a historically black and historically white university in South Africa  20 February Kees van der Waal (Stellenbosch), “Winelands, wealth and work”, in conversation with Fiona Ross27 February Charlie Piot (Duke), "Migration Stories: The US Visa Lottery and Global Citizenship." 6 March Anne Alison (Duke), "Precarious Japan".13 March William Beinart (Oxford), “Why have South African smallholders largely withdrawn from arable production and what are the implications for land reform?” 20 MarchSimon Taylor (independent scholar), “Progress”, screening and discussion of documentary film 27 March Fernanda Pinto de Almeida (Stellenbosch), "Skin matters: reading the surface of gold mining photography"10 April Honours proposal presentations17 April Gugulethu Siziba (Stellenbosch), “Cross-identification: maintenance of linguistic distance, omissions, calculated silences and the performance of South-Africanness by Zimbabwean migrants in Johannesburg”24 April Mari Ruti (Toronto)  "In Search of Defiant Subjects: Queer Theory and the Ethics of Opting Out"8 May Bram Büscher, “I  Nature”: Web 2.0, Social Media and the Political Economy of Conservation.15 May Francis Nyamnjoh (UCT), “Beyond an Evangelizing Public Anthropology: Science, Theory, and Commitment”

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