The Department of Sociology and Anthropology sponsored Works in Progress Series continues this semester. We’re now in our fifth year!
Next week we’ll be meeting on Friday, September 9th at 1 PM in Drinko Library, Room 402. We have the same room and time slot all semester for the four sessions of the series. Each session will have 1-2 speakers. A flyer for the series is attached.
Our first presenter of the series at our first session will be Dr. Dan Holbrook (History) who will be speaking on “Discipline and Polish: Wiping and Wipers.” No, you don’t need to be into Foucault to appreciate it—though it will allow you the opportunity to get the inside jokes. Refreshments will be served. Holbrook presentation flyer attached.
We still have openings for the remaining three sessions, so if you would like to submit a proposal for presenting at the WIP Series and getting valuable feedback on your works in progress, please see the submission portal here: https://tinyurl.com/MUWIPseries. Find more information about the series in general here: http://www.marshall.edu/dosa/calendar/wip/.
From the archives: Check out the MU DoSA Works in Progress Series (#13) from Spring 2016:
“The International Context of Huntington’s Drug Crisis,” Dr. Chris White (History) and “Fair Trade: Helping Communities Invest in their Local,” Heidi Dennison (Communications)