Sociocultural Anthropology

Sarah E. Vaughn

Contact OFFICE: 335 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formerly Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: sev83@berkeley.edu OFFICE HOURS Wednesdays 1:00-2:30 via ZOOM

Donald S. Moore

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Charles L. Briggs

Contact OFFICE: 307 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formerly Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: clbriggs@berkeley.edu PHONE: 643-2012 OFFICE HOURS Tuesdays 4:00 - 6:00PM & at other times by appt. Appts scheduled and links provided by emailing clbriggs@berkeley.edu

Charles Hirschkind

Contact OFFICE: 305 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formely Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: chirschk@berkeley.edu OFFICE HOURS Tuesdays 1:00PM - 3:00PM

Aihwa Ong

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Karen Nakamura

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Lawrence Cohen

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James Holston

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Alexei Yurchak

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A Conversation with Daena Funahashi

In this conversation, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Daena Funahashi and PhD student Justin Greene speak about the why of anthropology, Bataille, “crazy medicine,” and Dionysian “de-struction.”

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Justin Greene: I guess the most basic question to start with is, why anthropology? How did that discipline become a home?

Daena Funahashi: I took a really meandering path to end up here. I started out in botany in my undergrad. I guess I was always interested in the intersection of plants and people, but at that stage I was more...