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A Celebration of the Scholarship of Diane Nelson

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Greg Grandin (Yale), Carlota McAllister (York), Elizabeth Oglesby (Arizona), Jolie Olcott (Duke), Harris Solomon (Duke), Alejandro Flores Aguilar (Universidad Rafael Landívar), Cori Hayden (the Oxidate Collective), and Arturo Escobar (UNC). Closing remarks by Mark Driscoll (UNC)

A Celebration of the Scholarship of Diane Nelson Thursday, April 20, 2023 3:00pm to 5:30pm Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall, Bay 4, C105 Please join Cultural Anthropology for a celebration of the scholarship of Diane Nelson (1963-2022). The event will feature commentary by her colleagues, collaborators, and dear friends. Speakers: Arturo Escobar (UNC), Mark Driscoll (UNC), Greg Grandin (Yale), Carlota McAllister (York), Elizabeth Oglesby (Arizona), Jolie Olcott (Duke), Harris Solomon (Duke), Alejandro Flores Aguilar (Universidad Rafael Landívar), the Oxidate Collective Schedule 3:00pm - Opening remarks by Ranjana Khanna (Director of the John Hope Franklin Institute) and Louise Meintjes (Chair, Cultural Anthropology). Readings from Diane's work by former students. 4:00 - 5:30pm - Colleagues reflect on Diane's scholarship. Commentary by Greg Grandin (Yale), Carlota McAllister (York), Elizabeth Oglesby (Arizona), Jolie Olcott (Duke), Harris Solomon (Duke), Alejandro Flores Aguilar (Universidad Rafael Landívar), Cori Hayden (the Oxidate Collective), and Arturo Escobar (UNC). Closing remarks by Mark Driscoll (UNC) 5:30pm - Reception - A light dinner will be served Please RSVP for in-person attendance https://duke.is/zhvkd or the Zoom webinar https://duke.is/v9ndk Parking will be available in the South Lot for Smith Warehouse https://fhi.duke.edu/sites/fhi.duke.edu/files/event-attachments/Celebration%20Diane%20Nelson%204.2%20Smoth%20South%20Lot_0.pdf Sponsors: Cultural Anthropology, Center for Latin American Studies, Franklin Humanities Institute, Global Affairs, Romance Studies

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