Cannibal Forking: 29th October 2011
Location: Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology,Cambridge, CB2 3DZ
Date and times: 29 October 2011
Making cannibal forks with artist Alana Jelinek – all day 10.00-16.30 (including art work, ‘Tall Stories: Cannibal Forks’ 2010)
13.00 – Dr Lucie Carreau talk (45mins)
14.00 – ‘Cannibal Tours’ film screening (70mins)
15.30 – Dr Anita Herle talk (45mins)
Join artist, Alana Jelinek, re-staging her successful ‘Cannibal Forking’. Participants will carve their own cannibal forks over a day, learning the necessary skills, using native English woods. A wider audience is invited to drop by and join in the discussion about these contested objects. The day will be punctuated by talks from Dr Lucie Carreau and Dr Anita Herle about their research into Fiji and the South Pacific region plus a screening of the 1988 film, ‘Cannibal Tours’.
To book a place on Alana Jelinek’s ‘Cannibal Forking’, please email Liz Haslemere:firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 01223 764956 or 01223 333516.
All other events on the day are drop-in.
Sponsored by Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). Part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science .
For more information about Cannibal Forking see