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Julie M. Taylor
Professor Emerita
Professor Emerita of Anthropology
 
e-mail:jtaylor@rice.edu
 
  • B.A. (1966) Harvard University
  • D.Phil. (1974) University of Oxford
 
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Department Affiliations
 
  • Center for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality
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    Research Areas
     Political violence; politics and aesthetics; aesthetics and violence; police and justice; Argentina.
     
    Teaching Areas
     Violence, art, gender, history, experimental ethnography
     
    Selected Publications
     Books
     

    J.M. Taylor "Paper Tangos." 

     
     Other
     

    J.M. Taylor "Accessing Narrative: The Gaucho and Europe in Argentina.." Cultural Critique (1998)

     
     

    J.M. Taylor "The Juridical Frankenstein, or Death in the Hands of the State." In The Killing State (1998)

     
    Presentations
     Other
     

    "Choreographing Failure." American Anthropological Annual Meetings, Washington DC. (Dec. 1, 2001)

     
     

    "Performing Paradox." Boas Seminar, Columbia University, (April 18, 2001)

     
     

    "Paper Tangos: Words and Dance." Lawndale Art Center. (October 29, 1999)

     
     

    "Aesthetics of Violence; Violent Aesthetics." Conference on Disciplines and Interdisciplinarity in the Human Sciences, sponsored by the State University of Rio de Janeiro, the Post Graduate Program in Cultural Studies of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, and the Rice Department of Anthropolog, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.. (August 1998)

     
     

    "Agency, Trauma, and Representation in the Face of State Violence: Argentina." Latin American Studies Association, annual meeting, Chicago. (Sept. 24-26, 1998)

     
     

    "O Pensamento Triste que Danca-se." Conference on Disciplines and Interdisciplinarity in the Human Sciences, sponsored by the State University of Rio de Janeiro, the Post Graduate Program in Cultural Studies of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, and the Rice Department of Anthropolog, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. (August 1998)

     
    Awards, Prizes, & Fellowships
     member, American Anthropological Association (1998)

     member, Latin American Studies Association (1998)