Join Jerry Zee (Anthropology) and Franz Prichard (East Asian Studies) for a conversation about the diverse ways scholars study the impact of urbanization. From the dust in the air, to the imageries captured by photographers, filmmakers, and writers, urban development shapes the material world, and culture, around us.
There has an explosion of research on the historical archaeology of Latin America over the past twenty years, particularly focused upon the continuities and transformations of the early colonial period. Yet much of this work has remained siloed deep within specific sub-disciplinary forums.
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A presentation of recent experiments in the VizE Lab and a discussion of the prospects for using data visualization as a form of anthropological analysis and expression.
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Dos republicas - or the principle of two republics - is a well-known ideology underpinning Spanish colonialism in the Americas. Some scholars cite dos republicas as key to the distinction between Spanish and Anglophone colonialisms, which tended to rely on treaty-making - a distinction more recently cast as highlighting the Spanish...