Co-Constructing Embodiment in Avant-Garde Québécois Circus
Graham Jones is a cultural and linguistic anthropologist who explores how people use language and other media to enact expertise in practice, performance, and interaction. His most recent book "Magic's Reason: An Anthropology of Analogy" ( 2017) examines the meaning of magic in Western modernity. While at Princeton University, he was a fellow in the 2007-2010 cohort in the Society and affiliated with the Department of Anthropology. He received his Ph.D. from New York University.