Embracing the Zombie Apocalypse with Open Arms: Strategies for Pedagogy and Learning in the 21st Century

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The Anthropology Colloquium Series invites you to join us Monday, Feb 3rd at 3:30pm in Wilson Library Pleasants Room (please note the change of location) for a talk by Dr. Jeff Mantz, NSF Cultural Anthropology Program Director.

The title of his talk is, “Embracing the Zombie Apocalypse with Open Arms: Strategies for Pedagogy and Learning in the 21st Century”

Refreshments will be served before the talk at 3:15pm.

Dr. Jeff Mantz is currently the Program Director for Cultural Anthropology at the National Science Foundation. He is also an assistant professor in the Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology at George Mason University. Mantz recently received the GMU Teaching Excellence Award for his large lecture class, “Zombies.” He has researched the political economy of the coltan trade in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Free Trade policies in the Commonwealth of Dominica, West Indies. His PhD is from the University of Chicago.