Mediation Models and the Forming of Plant Publics in Morocco

Mon, Apr 12, 2021, 12:00 pm to 1:20 pm
Department & Program in Near Eastern Studies

Near Eastern Studies Virtual Seminar by Becky Schulthies, Rutgers University

Becky Schulthies is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Her research interests involve ethnographically informed analysis of semiotic ideologies related to language, media, messaging, personhood, social movements, and plant-human sociality in Morocco. Publications include two books, _Channeling Moroccanness: Language and the Media of Sociality _with Fordham University Press, and the co-edited collection of ethnographic articles entitled Everyday Life in the Muslim Middle East, 3rd edition with Indiana University Press; as well as journal articles in Language and CommunicationEthnos, _Hesperis-Tamuda, Anthropology Today, _and Al-‘Arabiyya.

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