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Friday Morning Seminar - - Shared screen with speaker view
Michael Nathan (he/him/his)
36:04
"Author: The JT LeRoy Story"
Omar Dewachi
44:59
I think the sound is off
Omar Dewachi
45:15
ok
Alain
01:05:55
Good Morning Byron. Thank you so much for bringing this great topic on writing Ethnography. Alan's presentation is very powerful. The video and how things is described, is such powerful. I would like to ask two questions:
Alain
01:06:34
1. Is Ethnography writing influenced by the Culture of People?
Allen Chukwuhdi
01:07:25
Yes of course . . .
Alain
01:08:38
2. During meditation can we meet ghost? Is everyone able to do it?
Alain
01:26:25
Thank you so much
fuyuchang@umass.edu
01:55:15
Good morning. Thank you for this event! I have a doubt about “doubt.” I wish I could be more sure of the things I claim to know and think. But I also believe that doubt is what brought me here in the first place. I want to know how to deal with that! (I'm a PhD student at Umass Amherst)
Felicity Aulino
01:56:52
[FuYu is also a family physician with over a decade of work in rural Ecuador - and she is also colleague of Jorge Núñez, who AK worked with at Davis]
Alain
02:01:47
Very powerful talk. Thank you so much. I leave for another meeting.
susannwilkinson
02:03:11
Thank you so much, have to zoom to another meeting
David Jed Schwartz
02:07:33
Erving Goffman wrote in his book Frame Analysis, that pheonomena like ghosts' realities, always have alternative natural science explanations. But clearly, they play roles in many persons perceptual processes.
Eric Jacobson
02:20:19
I was going to ask Alan what relationship he thinks his method has to do with Buddhism. He mentioned in passing "longchenpa" and”pointing out" bvoth of which are terms in Tibetan Buddhist practice. Does he think of deconstruction as equivalent in wome way to some aspect of the goalsof Buddhism?
Akile Gürsoy
02:30:24
Thank you for this very imaginative, explorative ethnography and presentation. Made me rethink interpretations of many movies in other parts of the World.
Claudia Bejarano
02:40:29
Thank you