It's starting to feel like 2018 again with upcoming travel and talks in Boston and then Ithaca!
Next week, on Friday March 17, I'll be at the Association for Asian Studies conference in Boston and giving a talk on natural environments and racialized bodies in Dhunkar Kyab's short documentary, Tourists. This paper is part of a panel on the spatialization of race and ethnicity in China, and I'm excited to be a part of this conversation.
More details here
On Friday April 14, I'm discussing work-in-progress as part of the Anthropology colloquium series at Cornell University. I will discuss my current film, These Days, These Homes, which explores gender, domesticity, and development in rural minority China through what I am calling an ethnographic portrait film of two Miao women.
To watch a preview of the film, go here.