Dr Marcia Rego, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of the Practice in the Thompson Writing Program
W305S/DANCE302S/THEATRST283S/MUSIC305S Writing about Performance
ETHICS 390S Field Ethics (for DukeImmerse)
W101 The Craft of Ethnography
W101 Embodying Social Meaning
Postdoctoral Seminar in Teaching Writing (co-taught) – Thompson Writing Program
CULANTH 290S Anthropology and Social Change
W101 Translating the Culture Shock: Beyond Intercultural (Mis)Understanding
CULANTH 180S The Anthropology of Health and Illness
CULANTH 94 Introduction to CulturalAnthropology
W70 Introduction to Critical Reading and Writing
CULANTH 280S Cannibalism to Anorexia: Anthropology of Body
W101 Beyond Genes (in Genome Revolution FOCUS cluster)
W101 Writing Diversity into Human Rights
W101 Writing Cultures and Cultures of Writing
Airing our Dirty Laundry: Towards a Legible Anthropology. Creator, Designer. http://sites.duke.edu/towardsalegibleanthropology/ (2013)
The Words-We-Write quilt displays commonly (overly)used anthropological jargon in black and grey letters on a white background. The words featured in the quilt came from a compilation of 10 years' worth of article titles from the journal "Cultural Anthropology," as well as from several conversations with anthropologists in the process of writing their dissertations.
The World-We-Write-In quilt spells out realities of the world around us in bright-colored letters on a black background.