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Social Anthropology Seminar: The Many Faces of Peace: Rule of Law, the Justice of the Peace, and Everyday Life in Haiti
Conventionally, Haiti is seen by foreign funding agencies as a “war-torn,” or “post-conflict,” or “failed,” state that needs “help.”
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.
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.
Social Anthropology Seminar: The Field Officer: Tuberculosis, Technology, Targets
Social Anthropology Seminar: Enduring Labour: Time and the Ageing Migrant Body