Drinks and Thinks

In vino veritas

A forum for casual anthropological cogitation

Drinks and Thinks is an Anthropology Graduate Student Association-sponsored initiative that encourages students to present research briefs over a few pints of beer. It's a great chance to help your colleagues think through their own work, and also a venue to present your own research for valuable feedback. The one hour event, taking place at Thomson House, will comprise two presentations of 15 minutes, each interspersed with 15 minutes of discussion. Our second event will feature the work of Emilio Dirlikov, PhD candidate in McGill's Department of Anthropology, whose talk is entitled "Globonational Flexibility"? BRICS Health and Tuberculosis Control Collaborations during an Era of Global Health. This will be followed by McGill PhD candidate Nick Barber's talk, entitled Participatory Research and Disciplinary Strictures: Researching Emergent Fieldsites in Southern Cameroon.

Drinks and Thinks

Tuesday, March 24th, 7:30-8:30pm

Room 403, Thomson House, Rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, Canada

7:30 pm - 8:00 pm: Emilio Dirlikov, "Globonational Flexibility"? BRICS Health and Tuberculosis Control Collaborations during an Era of Global Health, followed by discussion.


8:00 pm - 8:30 pm: Nick Barber, Participatory Research and Disciplinary Strictures: Researching Emergent Fieldsites in Southern Cameroon, followed by discussion.

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