Welcome to MerBear 2014 at UC San Diego

April 19, 2014
10am – 6pm
Melford E. Spiro Library, Anthropology Department UC San Diego

Sponsored by The Psychological Anthropology Lab, The Center for Latin American Studies (CILAS) & UCSD Graduate Students Association (GSA).

 

REGISTER HERE

We invite you to register for the UCLA-UCSD Grad Student Workshop on Culture and Mind.

This 1 day meeting will bring together faculty and graduate students interested in the intersections of culture and mind. The format will be a workshop with short presentations on current research and open discussion.

 

Contact: psaravia@ucsd.edu

 

University of California, San Diego
Social Sciences Building Room 210, 9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA, 92093-0532 United States of America

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About

The UCSD-UCLA Conference and Workshop Series on Culture and Mind brings various perspectives, methodologies, and training backgrounds related to the intersection of culture and mind into dialogue with each other.  It should be fun.

The first session of this joint series was held at UCSD on October 22, 2010, and the second will be held at UCLA on March 2, 2012.  We hope this will be an ongoing series of exchanges that will formalize ties between the anthropology departments at UCLA and UCSD and subsequently be open to scholars at other universities.  A goal further off in the future will be to turn this into a conference that alternates with the biennial meetings for the Society for Psychological Anthropology.

GOALS

(1) To provide a forum for the exchange of new ideas and directions for psychological anthropology
(2) To present or propose research at various stages of development and get feedback
(3) To share intellectual resources from two of the leading centers of psychological anthropology
(4) To foster scholarly and professional ties between graduate students at UCSD and UCLA

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