TOC Asian Ethnology, vol 80, issue 2 (2021)

Dear colleagues,

In acknowledging the eightieth anniversary of the start of Asian Ethnology this year, we wish to announce the publication of Asian Ethnology 80-2. Below, please find the table of contents and see this link to view the entire issue, which can be downloaded with a hyperlinked Table of Contents. Alternatively, each article and review can be downloaded individually. 

Asian Ethnology Series Symposium - "Intangible Cultural Heritage in Asia: Traditions in Transition"

Dear colleagues,

This is to announce an Asian Ethnology Series Event, the 1st Public Symposium of the Anthropological Institute, Nanzan University 2020 - "Intangible Cultural Heritage in Asia: Traditions in Transition." 

This symposium features the guest editors and contributors of the Asian Ethnology Special Issue “Intangible Cultural Heritage in Asia: Traditions in Transition” (AE 79-1).

Host: Benjamin Dorman (Nanzan University)

Announcing the Asian Ethnology Series of public events

Dear Colleagues, 

Asian Ethnology is pleased to announce the launching of a new “Asian Ethnology Series” of public events.

The purpose of this series is to provide a forum for the research presentations of scholars who have either published work in Asian Ethnology, who are connected to the journal in some way, or whose work aligns with the interests and activities of the journal.

Latest Asian Ethnology Episode: Media Literacy in Southern India

Dear Colleagues,

This is to announce the publication of latest episode of Asian Ethnology Podcast. 

Gopalan Ravindran, Professor and Head of Department of Journalism and Communication at the University of Madras, talks about media literacy in India in general, his initial interest in journalism and communication, and then discusses two specific initiatives related to media literacy and journalism among marginalized communities in Southern India.

Kind regards,

Benjamin Dorman

Announcing new episode of Asian Ethnology Podcast

Repost from H-Asia

Dear colleagues,

I am pleased to announce the release of the latest episode of Asian Ethnology Podcast. This episode features China historian Thomas David DuBois talking about studying food in China, historical anthropology, the death of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, and thoughts on living in Beijing under quarantine during the time of coronavirus.

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