Page 99 for CaMP Dissertations

Open Book

Open the book to page ninety-nine and read, and the quality of the whole will be revealed to you.
–Ford Madox Ford

Based on Ford Madox Ford’s Page 99 test and Marshal Zeringue’s Blog the editors of CaMP blog invite recent graduates in the fields of linguistic anthropology, performance, and media anthropology to examine their dissertations through this small random sample of writing. This is an opportunity to discuss the dissertation process, the finished document, and reflect on more recent work.

Suggestions of Phd theses to feature welcome:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdO6-Tx5RekiUFmFWn62iNENq8Cg5e1b7fcIs-vdzDt3HT_lA/viewform

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  • Joshua Babcock. 2022. Image and the Total Utopia: Scaling Raciolinguistic Belonging in Singapore. University of Chicago, PhD.
  • Tero Frestadius. 2022. A Bed behind the Portrait: An Ethnography around Images in Segregated Los Angeles. University of Helsinki. Phd.
  • Kimberly Hassel. 2022. Mediating Me: Digital Sociality and Smartphone Culture in Contemporary Japan.  MIT, Phd.
  • Storey-Nagy, Jessica. 2022. Sovereign Voices: Politics, Identity, and Meaning-Making in Contemporary Hungary. PhD dissertation, Indiana University.
  • Catherine Tebaldi. 2022. Alt-Education: Gender, Language, and Education across the Right. University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Phd dissertation.

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