H-SAE is a network affiliated with the Society for the Anthropology of Europe (SAE), a section of the American Anthropological Association. H-SAE is open to scholars, advanced students, teachers, and professionals who desire participation in academic discussions of the anthropology of Europe.

Recent Content

Virtual Conference, "Socialist Culture Recycled: Eastern Europe from Disillusions to Nostalgia and Beyond," June 25-27

Upcoming virtual conference
 
Socialist Culture Recycled: Eastern Europe from Disillusions to Nostalgia and Beyond
June 25–27, 2021, St. Petersburg, The Institute of Russian Literature of Russian Academy of Sciences (Pushkin House). Online Conference
 
The popularity of Soviet ‘retro-culture’ in post-Soviet society is a passionately debated topic in current studies addressing the situation in Russia of the 1990s – 2010s.

Book announcement "The Transformation of Religious Orders in Central and Eastern Europe: Sociological Insights" , Routledge, 2021

Dear colleagues,

I'm pleased to announce the release of a new book that explores Catholic consecrated religious life and new monasticism in Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Eastern Orthodox monasticism in Russia:

"The Transformation of Religious Orders in Central and Eastern Europe: Sociological Insights" , Routledge, 2021

Royal Anthropological Institute Webinar June 24, 2021 "At the Intersection of Urban Anthropology and Migration Studies: Locating the French in London"

June 24, 2021

11 a.m. EST

Livestreamed via Zoom

Deborah Reed-Danahay (University at Buffalo) will present a Researh Seminar:  "At the Intersection of Urban Anthropology and Migration Studies: Locating the French in London" sponsored by the Royal Anthropological Institute.

For registration: https://www.therai.org.uk/events-calendar/eventdetail/736/-/rai-research-webinar-deborah-r...

Book Discussion: Maria Todorova, "The Lost World of Socialists at Europe's Margins"

June 14, 2021
10:30AM - 12:30PM
Live Streamed via Zoom
 
Maria Todorova will discuss her book, The Lost World of Socialists at Europe's Margins, with remarks by Ulf Brunnbauer, Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies; Theodora Dragostinova, Ohio State University; Kristen Ghodsee, University of Pennsylvania; and Larry Wolff, New York University.