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                     Upcoming Cable Television/Web Show: 

                For details of airing see bottom of page

             Guest For  WEDNESDAY MARCH  19, 2008

                                                      GUEST

                                          (Originally aired: 05-08-06)

 

                     DR. SIDNEY M. GREENFIELD

                                      

           Professor Emeritus of Anthropology

            University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee

                      Author of Major Article:

              

        

       “MAKING ANOTHER WORLD POSSIBLE:

           

           LOUIS KELSO, TIKKUN OLAM & THE

  

                     PROBLEM OF POVERTY”

                     Click below for Link to full text of paper

 “MAKING ANOTHER WORLD POSSIBLE: LOUIS KELSO, TIKKUN OLAM  & THE PROBLEM OF POVERTY”

                                                    Or

                            poverty paper  

                              EGreenf222@aol.com

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  The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:

   Sidney M. Greenfield PhD - Air date: 05-08-06 - SIDNEY M. GREENFIELD PhD

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                                                                                       Title:
                                                      
   Making Another World Possible:
                                 The Torah, Louis Kelso, and the Problem of Poverty

                                               For Seminar Paper Click Below

                                              making another world possible

                                           For Seminar Paper Abstract Click Below

                                                                Abstract

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More About:

DR. SIDNEY M. GREENFIELD

SIDNEY M. GREENFIELD is Professor of Anthropology Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has conducted ethnographic research in the West Indies, New Bedford, Massachusetts and Brazil, and ethnohistorical and historical research in Portugal and the Atlantic Islands on problems ranging from family and kinship, patronage and politics, the history of plantations and plantation slavery and entrepreneurship to Spiritist surgery and healing and syncretized religions in Brazil. He is presently engaged in a study of the participation of Evangelical Protestants in politics in Brazil. Author and/or editor of seven books, producer, director and author of five video documentaries, he has published some 120 articles and reviews in books and professional journals. Among his more recent works are Cirurgias do Além: Pesquisas Antropológicas Sobre Curas Espirituais. (Petrópolis, RJ: Editora Vozes, 1999) -- a book in Portuguese about his studies of Spiritist healing -- Argeu: A Construção de um Santo Popular (São Paulo: Tercera Margim, 2000 [Second Edition University of Ceará Press 2003]) -- a book also in Portuguese about the making of a popular saint co-authored with Antonio Mourão Cavalcante -- Reinventing Religions: Syncretism in Africa and the Americas (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2001) -- co-edited with André Droogers;  "The Pragmatics of Conversion in the Brazilian Religious MarketPlace," In Dwight B. Heath, ed., Contemporary Culture and Society in Latin America, (Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, 2002); “Can Supernatruals Really Heal? A View of Science that Shows How They Might,” Anthropological Forum, Vol. 13(2): 151-158;  “Treating the Sick with a Morality Play: The Kardecist-Spiritist Disobsession in Brazil,” In Don Handelman and Galina Lindquest, eds, Ritual in it Own Right. (NY: Berghahn Books, 2004, pp. 174-194);  “Trance States and Accessing Implicit Memories: A Psychosocial Genomic Approach to Reconstituting Social Memory During Religious Rituals,” Current Sociology, March 2005, Vol. 53(2): 275-291; and Spirits, Medicine, and Charity: A Brazilian Woman's Cure for Cancer  (Media Resource Department of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1995, 39.36 Min.) a video documentary.  He has recently completed a book manuscript tentatively title: “Spirits with Scalpels: The Culturalbiology of Spirit Healing in Brazil.” E-mail address is: EGreenf222@aol.com                                   

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                             Wednesday  March 19, 2008

Individual programs can be viewed each week day

                    10:30 - 11:30 AM  / (NYC Time)

                 Channel 34 of the Time/Warner & Channel 82 of the RCN 
                       Cable Television Systems in Manhattan, New York.

The Program can now be viewed on the internet at time of cable casting at

                                              www.mnn.org

                  NOTE: You must adjust viewing to reflect NYC time

                                    & click on channel 34 at site

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