Salvaging Hope and Seeking Survival: Futurities in postwar borderlands and Broken Ecologies after wars (EASA panel)

The panel is Salvaging Hope and Seeking Survival is organized by Dr. Younes Saramifar (VU Amsterdam) and Dr Sana Chavoshian (ZMO) for the European Association of Social Anthropology 2022 Belfast.  We invite those interested to submit their proposals. We hope that you join the panel for lively discussions and future collaboration. Submission must be via EASA portal however, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us for any inquiries.

The panel's abstract:

Free speech, knowledge transmission and Rakugo, Sophia University, Nov. 9th, 7pm on Zoom

Institute of Comparative Culture at Sophia University presents a special lecture: 

Another Japan is possible, too: Free speech, knowledge transmission and the acceptance of human flaws in the world of Rakugo Storytellers

Marco Di Francesco, D.Phil.

Themed issue: Masculinities in Africa beyond Crisis: Complexity, Fluidity, and Intersectionality

Dear Colleagues
 
We are excited to let you know that the themed issue entitled ‘Masculinities in Africa beyond Crisis: Complexity, Fluidity, and Intersectionality’ has just been published in Gender, Place & Culture.
 
It entails the following articles:
 
Introductory article by Carole Amma

Recent Podcasts on the New Books Network featuring books in Ukrainian Studies

 

Dear Colleagues,

As part of a new initiative at H-Ukraine, we are publishing information about recently published books in Ukrainian studies that are featured on various podcasts. Below, you will find links to the recent podcasts featuring books in Ukrainian studies on the New Books Network podcast, a channel dedicated to promoting new scholarship through author interviews. We will add new podcast updates weekly.

 

Member article, Cook & Khemlani-David, Language Shift and Identity Reproduction among Diaspora Sindhis in India and Southeast Asia

After working at the intersection of anthropology and history for a long while, I am happy to share my first published article (with Maya Khemlani-David) on the Sindhi language: 

COOK, M., & DAVID, M. (2020). Language Shift and Identity Reproduction among Diaspora Sindhis in India and Southeast Asia. Modern Asian Studies, 1-30. doi:10.1017/S0026749X20000013

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