Dr. Yasmine Musharbash

Dr. Yasmine Musharbash

Institut für Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie

ARC Future Fellow

Aufgabenbereich

Forschungsprojekt "Transformations in Aboriginal central Australia: A study of Warlpiri social relations in a time of crisis"

Adresse Landoltweg 9-11
14195 Berlin
Sekretariat Sekr. (030) 838 56505
E-Mail yasmine.musharbash@sydney.edu.au
Homepage sydney.edu.au/arts/anthropology/staff/profiles/yasmine.musharbash.php

Sprechstunde

Während der Berlin-Aufenthalte sind Sprechstunden mit Frau Musharbash n. V. per e-mail möglich, zu jeder anderen Zeit ausschließlich per e-mail.

Wissenschaftliche Laufbahn:

2014 – 2018 ARC Future Fellow

seit 2009: Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney

2004 – 2008: UWA Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Western Australia

1999 – 2003: PhD student, Australian National University

1997: ERASMUS Summer School of Anthropology, Copenhagen

1991 – 1997: Magister, Freie Universitaet Berlin

 

Applied Anthropology:

2009: Anthropologist for the Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority

2003 – 2004: Native Title anthropologist for the Torres Strait Regional Authority, Native Title Unit

2000: Native Title research for the Central Land Council, Alice Springs

1998 – 2001: Researcher, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, ANU

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Thematisch:

  • Indigenous/non-Indigenous relations and neo-colonialism
  • Anthropology of the everyday,
  • Anthropology of monsters,
  • Sociality, kinship, personhood
  • Anthropology of emotions and the body
  • Anthropology of time, space & place

Regional:

Zentralaustralien, im besondere Yuendumu und Alice Springs, und Torres Strait.

 

Aktuelles Projekt

ARC Future Fellow 2014-2018 “Transformations in Aboriginal central Australia: A study of Warlpiri social relations in a time of crisis

Monographie

Musharbash, Y. (2008). Yuendumu Everyday: Contemporary life in remote Aboriginal Australia. Canberra, Australia: Aboriginal Studies Press.

 

Herausgegeben:

Musharbash, Y., Presterudstuen, G. (2014). Monster Anthropology in Australasia and Beyond. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Musharbash, Y., Barber, M. (2011). Ethnography & the Production of Anthropological Knowledge: Essays in honour of Nicholas Peterson. Canberra, ACT: ANU E Press.

Glaskin, K., Tonkinson, M., Musharbash, Y., Burbank, V. (2008). Mortality, Mourning and Mortuary Practices in Indigenous Australia. Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.

Musharbash, Y., Carty, J. (2008). Anthropological Forum Special Issue: You've Got to be Joking! Anthropological Perspectives on Humour and Laughter. Anthropological Forum, 18(3).

 

Artikel:

Musharbash, Y. (2013). Night, sight, and feeling safe: An exploration of aspects of Warlpiri and Western sleep. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 24(1), 48-63.

Musharbash, Y. (2010). Marriage, Love Magic, and Adultery: Warlpiri Relationships as Seen by Three Generations of Anthropologists. Oceania, 80, 272-288.

Musharbash, Y. (2010). Warlpiri fears/whitefella fears: Ways of being in Central Australia seen through an emotion. Emotion, Space and Society, 3, 95-102.

Musharbash, Y. (2008). Perilous Laughter: Examples from Yuendumu, Central Australia. Anthropological Forum, 18(3), 271-277

Dr. Yasmine Musharbash ist über ein ARC Future Fellowship „Transformations in Aboriginal central Australia: A study of Warlpiri social relations in a time of crisis” von 2014 bis 2018 mit dem Institut für Ethnologie an der FU vernetzt, und hält sich vom 12. April bis 1. Oktober 2015 sowie für weitere sechs Monate im Jahr 2017 am Institut auf.