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.
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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.