the annual Anthropological Association of Ireland conference takes place this week at University College Cork. The two day conference starts at 11 AM sharp on Friday 21st, registration will open at 10:30. Certificates of attendance available.
The School for Advanced Research is currently taking nominations for the 2019 J.I. Staley Prize for a book that exemplifies outstanding scholarship and writing in anthropology. Deadline for submissions is October 1, 2018
The award recognizes innovative works that go beyond traditional frontiers and dominant schools of thought in anthropology and add new dimensions to our understanding of the human species. It honors books that cross subdisciplinary boundaries within anthropology and reach out in new and expanded interdisciplinary directions.
For the International Congress of Asian Studies, in Leiden - 11th-19th July 2019 - we are inviting 3 to 4 scholars to make a contribution and examine how societal attitudes to nature, considered – or not– as the property of man (the Anthropocene) are expressed in philosophy and art in Asia and Europe and how the concept of ha
In the last couple of decades, comic books and graphic novels have become a part of academic discourse—either as university curricula, or emergent areas for research in humanities and social sciences; or as production sites of multiple art practices. As a result, we have seen several mainstream publishers coming to the fray, comics’ collectives being born, and graphic novels sharing shelf-space with bestsellers and popular titles. This symposium aims to take stock of the state of graphic storytelling in India.
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The conference “Archiving Feminist Futures. Temporality and Gender in Cultural Analysis” builds on current debates around “feminist futures” and “queer temporalities”, which analyze time from an intersectional perspective. Here, time is regarded as a gendered phenomenon thus also referring to the nexus of “time and the other” (Fabian 2002). How are time and temporality being practiced, narrated, placed, and made tangible?
In historical research, sound has been increasingly recognized as an important aspect of the human experience, the analysis of which allows insights into structures of sensation, emotion, knowledge and power. Nevertheless, sound in such investigations often appears as a mere layer of information.
Following broadly defined and multi-purpose transdisciplinary approaches to areal studies, the African Studies Research Center, Kisii is holding its first international conference focusing on four largely circumscribed thematic research areas under the theme of “Recovering, digitizing and practicalizing Africa Indigenous Knowledge”.