Social Anthropology Seminar: Book talk: Anxious China: Inner Revolution and Politics of Psychotherapy
This talk examines how an unfolding “inner revolution” is reconfiguring selfhood, psyche, family dynamics, sociality, and the mode of urban governing in post-socialist times.
Data as Atrocity Stories or Data as Fiction?
In this seminar, Professor Mhairi Mackenzie will ask some searching questions about research data.
Sovereign Sabotage: Dissolving a Financial Public in Postcolonial Dakar
CAS Seminar - Sovereign Sabotage: Dissolving a Financial Public in Postcolonial Dakar
Book launch: Sex-Work, Prostitution and Policy: A Feminist Discourse Analysis
Social Anthropology Seminar: The Field Officer: Tuberculosis, Technology, Targets
Differentiating the Reference Genome: Abstraction, Representation and the Exploration of Variation in Genomics and Post-genomic Research
CRITIQUE Virtual Roundtable Environmentalising Pedagogy
This CRITIQUE roundtable event invites insights from scholars and educators who share an interest in ecological strategies of learning, teaching, and writing.
UBER's Murky Labour Relations in 3 African Cities
CAS Seminar - UBER's Murky Labour Relations in 3 African Cities
Influence Government: State Mobilisations of the Surveillance Influence Infrastructure
CRITIQUE Virtual Roundtable Teaching Ethics in Times of Covid 19
This interdisciplinary roundtable interrogates the provision of ethics training at the University of Edinburgh in light of the challenges that the Covid19 pandemic has posed for scholars and teachers, but also of the opportunities it has opened up for assessing and rethinking how we teach ethics today. Our panelists come from a variety of disciplinary fields, ranging from philosophy, social work, social policy and politics and IR.