Shapeshifting as History: Atlantic Crosscurrents of People, Nature and Gender

Friday, April 25, 2014
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
6275 Bunche Hall
UCLA
Los Angeles, CA 90095









Session I

David Pratten, University of Oxford

“The Man-Leopard Murder Mysteries”

Allen F. Roberts, UCLA

“Strong Misreadings: Shapeshifting Among Tabwa, Anthropologists, and Other Ne’er-Do-Wells”

 

Session II

Martha Few, University of Arizona

“Human-Animal Shape Shifting in Enlightenment Central America”

Debora Silverman, UCLA

“Doubling: Werewolves and Leopard Men in Belgian Folklore and Imperial Imaginaries 1850-2012”

Marcy Norton, George Washington University

“Nagualism and Shamanism: Shapeshifting and Subjectivities in Europe, South America, and Mesoamerica”

Pay-by-space and all-day parking available in lot 3.


Cost : Free and open to the public

www.history.ucla.edu/events/atlantic-history-shapeshifters-conference


Sponsor(s): African Studies Center, UCLA History Department's Atlantic History Cluster, UCLA Latin American Institute Caribbean Working Group

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