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AND THE MAKING OF MORALITY SYSTEMS Detail from Imminent Disaster at Ad Hoc (photo Steven P. Harrington) (Courtesy Ad Hoc Gallery) THE CENTRE FOR ETHNOGRAPHY ANNUAL DISTINGUISHED LECTURE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCARBOROUGH MW110 3-5pm FRIDAY, 29th JANUARY Webb Keane is the George Herbert Mead Collegiate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Michigan. His most recent book, Ethical Life: Its Natural and Social Histories (2015), was published by Princeton University Press. He is also the author of Christian Moderns: Freedom and Fetish in the Mission Encounter (2007) and Signs of Recognition: Powers and Hazards of Representation in an Indonesian Society (1997), based on fieldwork in Indonesia. His scholarship covers a range of topics in social and cultural theory and the philosophical foundations of social thought and the human sciences. In particular, he is interested in semiotics and language; material culture; gift exchange, commodities, and money; religion, morality, and ethics; and media and public cultures. In association with the conference "On the Immanence and Imminence of the Ethical" http://anthropology.utoronto.ca/events/on-the-immanence-and-imminence-of-the-ethical/ The Centre for Ethnography was established in 2007 to foster and promote ethnographic research and writing at UTSC. The Centre for Ethnography hosts an exciting annual speakers series, international workshops, undergraduate methods and research courses, and an annual competition for a fellowship in ethnographic writing. People carrying out ethnographic fieldwork in the Toronto region may affiliate with the Centre for Ethnography while in Toronto, and are welcome to attend our speakers series and other events.