PhD defense

Pierre du Plessis is defending his PhD thesis "Gathering the Kalahari: Tracking Landscapes in motion"

2018.05.04 | Mia Korsbæk

Date Fri 08 Jun
Time 13:00 16:00
Location The Lecture Hall, Moesgaard, (4206, 139)
 
   

Friday 8 June 2018 at 1.00 PM Pierre du Plessis, MA,
will be defending his dissertation: "Gathering the Kalahari: Tracking Landscapes in motion" 

Location:

Department of Anthropology

The Lecture Hall, Aarhus University

Building 4206, Room 139

Moesgaard, 8270 Hoejbjerg

Assessment committee:

· Julie Livingston, Professor, Department of Social and Cultural Analysis and Department of History, New York University

· Hugh R. Brody, Canada Research Chair on Aboriginal Studies, University of the Fraser Valley, Social Sciences and
Humanities, Government of Canada

· Morten Nielsen, Associate Professor,
Department of Anthropology,
School of Culture and Society,
Aarhus University (Chair)

Supervisor:

· Anna Tsing, Professor, Department of Anthropology, School of Culture and
Society, Aarhus University

Co-supervisors:

· Rane Willerslev, Director,
Danish National Museum

· Heather Swanson, Associate Professor, School of Culture, and Society,
Aarhus University

The defence is public, and everybody is welcome; the defence is scheduled for a maximum of three hours; it will be held in English, and the proceedings will be chaired by Bodil Selmer, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University.

The dissertation is available for reading on location at the office of Dept. Secretary Anne-Mette Brink Christensen, Department of Anthropology,

School of Culture and Society, Moesgaard

PhD defence