Questioning Public and Private: A Point of Interdisciplinary Contact?
A Panel with Paul Brodwin, Kristie Hamilton, and
Sylvia Schafer
February 5, 1993

On February 5, 1993, Paul Brodwin (Anthropology, UWM), Kristie Hamilton (English and Comparative Literature, UWM) and Sylvia Schafer (History, UWM) particpated in a panel, "Questioning Public and Private: A Point of Interdisciplinary Contact?" The panel took place in Curtin Hall 118. Each panelist gave a presentation:

Paul Brodwin, "Private Bodies and Social Orders:
A Critical Anthropology of Embodiment"
Kristie Hamilton, "A Disturbing Sense of Privacy:
Voices of Industry and the Politics of Sketch-Writing"
Sylvia Schafer, "Beyond the Paternal Threshold:
The Space of 'Moral Danger' in Late Nineteenth-Century France"


(l-r) Paul Brodwin, Kristie Hamilton, and Sylvia Schafer

 

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