Live from COP26: Tamra Gilbertson
Student-led Q&A with activist and teacher Tamra Gilbertson, direct from COP26. Coordinated by Sustainable Development 1A students.
Book launch: Sex-Work, Prostitution and Policy: A Feminist Discourse Analysis
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Edinburgh Sociology Seminar: Idil Galip and Angus Bancroft
Sovereign Sabotage: Dissolving a Financial Public in Postcolonial Dakar
CAS Seminar - Sovereign Sabotage: Dissolving a Financial Public in Postcolonial Dakar
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Rhetorics of Resilience: Defining the Appalachian Region of the U.S. through Foodways
The next FRIED online seminar will be given by Prof Ashli Stokes of University of North Carolina Charlotte. She will be talking about her work on the rhetorical meanings of Appalachian foodways, arguing that they that demonstrate a region built on rhetorics of resilience that strengthen, but also stereotypically undermine, the region.
Data as Atrocity Stories or Data as Fiction?
In this seminar, Professor Mhairi Mackenzie will ask some searching questions about research data.
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.
African Studies, Eurocentrism & the Africa That Was
CAS Seminar - African Studies, Eurocentrism and the Africa that Was
CRITIQUE Virtual Author-Meets-Critics- The Last Parents on Earth: Raising Children in a World in Crisis with Elizabeth Cripps
A Virtual Author-Meets-Critics with Liz Cripps on her forthcoming book The Last Parents on Earth: Raising Children in a World in Crisis.
COP26 — the view from Bangladesh, Panama and from within the UNFCCC
As the COP26 meetings get underway in Glasgow, we welcome Naveeda Khan, Perry Maddox and Magnús Örn Agnesar Sigurðsson to discuss how they are applying anthropological lenses to policy forums, legal provisions and project implementations as they pertain to climate, land and environmental damage in Bangladesh, Panama and within the UNFCCCC.