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Berlin Anthropology Seminars – Online seminar series WS 20/21 (11 Nov - 24 Jan)

News vom 01.12.2020

Berlin Anthropology Seminars – Online seminar series, WS 2020-21

Wednesdays, 14.15 – 15.45, via WebEx (link to be circulated before each event)

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We welcome all anthropological researchers based in and around Berlin, from PhD student level and above, to participate as presenters, discussants, and attentive listeners, to create and cultivate a common forum for critical discussion and fruitful exchange.

This semester’s programme is the following (partly tbc):

11.11. Jonas Bens (FU Berlin), ‘The Sentiment of Justice: Navigating Normative Pluralism in Northern Uganda’, Chapter 6 from Habilitationsschrift, The Sentimental Court: the Affective Life of International Criminal Justice, 2020

 25.11. Juergen Schaflechner (FU Berlin), The Populism of the Precarious: Marginalization, Mobilization, and Mediatization of South Asia’s Religious Minorities, Volkswagen Freigeist Fellowship Project

 *10.12. (NB. Thu.) Prathama Banerjee (CDDS, Delhi), ‘Time and the Limits of the Political: Anti-historical Excursions from South Asia’, 2nd Annual Berlin Southern Theory Lecture,organized by IfSKA, FU Berlin, in collaboration with Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient (ZMO) and Ethnologisches Museum, supported by Berlin University Alliance

16.12. Jacob Nerenberg (ZMO), “‘Who Can Compete?’: Debating the Possibility of Indigenous Enterprise in Papua, Indonesia”

13.1. Paola Ivanov (Ethnologisches Museum, SPK): book launch and discussion, Die Verkörperung der Welt: Ästhetik, Raum und Gesellschaft im islamischen Sansibar. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag, 2020

27.1. Nikolaos Olma (ZMO), ‘(Re)Conceptualising the Memoryscape: Urban Infrastructure and Embodied Memory in Post-Socialist Tashkent’

10.2. Judith Albrecht (FU Berlin), “Walking the streets of Benghazi”, Vorstellung einer ethnographischen Essaysammlung ueber das postrevolutionaere Benghazi im Jahr 2012

 24.2. Barbara Goebel (IAI, SPK), title tbc


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