Re: Ethnological Matterings: SIEF New Video Series

The next video of the new Ethnological Matterings series has been published. Carley Williams from the Elphinstone Institute of the University of Aberdeen tells about her work as festival organizer and describes how her ethnological skills help her to give people a voice.

Please view this here: https://www.siefhome.org/videos/EthnologicalMatterings and feel free to share the video with your students and colleagues.

Is speedy delivery always worthwhile?

Friends:

On July 8, 2020,  the Scholarly Kitchen blog  posted a guest colum by Joseph DeBruin, the head of product management at ResearchGate entitled "The Covid Infodemic and the Future of the Communication of Science."

DeBruin gives several examples of the way the fast dissemination of scientific communicatiosn about the COVID-19 virus was both innovative and potentially dangerous and comments that:.

COVID-19 and Asian Medicine Webinar

The International Association for the Study of Traditional Asian Medicine (IASTAM: http://iastam.org/) will be hosting a series of webinars with the overall title:

The 'pan' of pandemics: why and how do Asian approaches matter?

The first webinar will take place on Wednesday, July 8th 2020, 3:00PM Central European time (London 2:00PM, New Delhi 6:30PM, Beijing 9:00PM, New York 9:00AM)

 

VIRTUAL EVENT. Neglected Infections: How the COVID-19 Epidemic in Ukraine was Compounded by Institutional Incompetency and Media Malpractice

VIRTUAL EVENT. Neglected Infections: How the COVID-19 Epidemic in Ukraine was Compounded by Institutional Incompetency and Media Malpractice

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

12:00pm EDT

Zoom webinar & YouTube Live

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