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Internet Source: Science -- Ethics -- Power: Controversy Over the Production of Knowledge and Indigenous Peoples
March 9 & 23, and April 6, 2001 The University of Michigan Doctoral Program in Anthropology and History is sponsering a three part colloquium series, "Science -- Ethics -- Power: Controversy Over the Production of Knowledge and Indigenous Peoples"
Participants include: Fernando Coronil (Anthropology & History), Alcida Ramos (Anthropology, U. of Brasilia; NGO Pro-Yanomami Commission, Brazil), Michael Kennedy (International Institute, Sociology), Conrad Kottak (Anthropology), David Pedersen (Anthropology & History), Terence Turner (Anthropology, Cornell), Joel Howell (History, Internal Medicine), Randolph Nesse (Psychiatry, Institute for Social Research), Kay Warren (Anthropology, Harvard), Caroline Jeannerat (Anthropology & History), Brian Ferguson (Anthropology, Rutgers), David William Cohen (Anthropology, History), Lilikala Kame'eleihiwa (U. of Hawai'i), and Jennifer Gaynor (Anthropology & History). For more information you can go to their website at http://www.umich.edu/~idpah.
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