I've compiled a first draft of my reading list for the quarter. I'm copy-pasting it below, but also adding a link to a google doc here so that you can comment on it. Otherwise, for those that are so inclined, feel free to alternatively use hypothesis (which is pretty cool) to annotate the list directly on … Continue reading HIST 290 : Draft Reading List
After my first class meetings for HIST 290 and ANTH 289 this week, I am looking forward to the opportunity that I think both classes will allow for - namely to further develop my own lines of research inquiry but with some facilitation, guidance, feedback and support from the faculty and peers in a class … Continue reading Update from the classroom
Tomorrow marks the first day of classes (although my classes don't technically start until next week since my classes are on Tuesdays and Wednesdays). I'm really looking forward to this quarter's classes because I think they will be directly relevant to the direction my project is taking. I'll be taking: Kris Peterson's "Theorizing Africa" (ANTH … Continue reading Entering Fall 2017
A key part of the PhD journey is figuring out who you want to walk along with you to guide and support your growth as a thinker, especially when times get tough, (but also people who will question you when you think everything is going fine!). In other words, choosing your advisors is a key … Continue reading Milestone – Chair of Orals Committee Accepted!