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Celf Colloquia, 2004-2005
Colloquia take place Wednesdays at noon in Haines Hall 352 unless otherwise noted.
Lunch will be served.
FALL 2004
October 13, 2004 Adjustment Processes in Close Relationships
Niall Bolger (New York University)
October 27, 2004

The Jaombilo of Tamatave, Madagascar: Reflections on Youth, Globalization and Their Implications for Contemporary Family Formation
Jennifer Cole (University of Chicago)

December 8, 2004

Multiple Caretaking of Infants and Young Children: An Arean in Critical Need of Feminist Psychological Anthropology
Susan Seymour (Pitzer College)

January 21, 2005
Annual Workshop

Feeling at Home: How Home Life is Configured in Relation to Public Worlds
Susan Gal (University of Chicago)
Paul Groth (University of California, Berkeley)
Bradd Shore (Emory University)
Andrew Shryoc (University of Michigan)
Sylvia Yanagisako (Stanford University)

February 23, 2005

Visual Talk: Do Talking and Seeing Have to Go Together?
Shirley Brice Heath (Stanford University & Brown University)

March 9, 2005

The House as Narrative : Analyzing Stories of the Big House
Viveka Adelsward (Linkoping University)

April 13, 2005

The Architecture of Fear: gated communities in urban and suburban America
Setha Low (City University of New York)

April 27, 2005

Observation and Group Collaboration in Cultural Activity
Barbara Rogoff (University of California, Santa Cruz)

May 11, 2005

When Words Hurt:Hurt Feelings and the Dissolution of Intimacy
Anita Vangelisti (University of Texas at Austin)