Foto von Samantha Aiguier, Masterstudentin der Sozialanthropologie

Jeden Dienstag 18:15 bis 19:45 Uhr
Im Raum S221 am Institut für Sozialanthropologie, Unitobler, Lerchenweg 36, 2. OG
(wenn nicht anders im Programm angegeben)
Alle Interessierten sind herzlich willkommen!

Institutskolloquium Sozialanthropologie Frühlingssemester 2018


  • 27. Februar Finding a Voice in Narratives of Abortion Decisions: An Ethnographic View on Literary Texts Michele Rivkin-Fish, Dr., Associate Professor, Department for Social Anthropology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA
  • 6. März kein Kolloquium
  • 13. März Älven min Vän – Der Fluss, meine Freundin (Filmvortrag) Another Way of Doing Geographies: How can filmmaking be used as geographical research tool? Using the example of hydropower-consequences for humans and landscapes in Sápmi Hannah Ambühl, Masterstudentin, Institut für Geografie, Universität Bern
  • 20. März Leveraging Labor in New Orleans: Worklife and Insecurity among Honduran Migrants Deniz Daser, Ph.D., Visiting Research Associate, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
  • 27. März TBA
  • 3. April Kein Kolloquium / Ferien
  • 10. April Orphaned Landscapes: Figurations and Disfigurations of Place in Precarious Times Patricia Spyer, Dr., Professor of Anthropology and Sociology, Graduate Institute of International and Developmental Studies, Geneva.
  • 17. April In Love with my Footage. Thoughts on the Making of an Essay Film on Candomblé Mattijs Van de Port, Dr., Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Amsterdam
  • 24. April TBA
  • 1. Mai Capital Investment and the local state at an extractive frontier: Zambia’s North Western Province Rita Kesselring, Dr., Assistentin, Ethnologisches Seminar, Universität Basel
  • 8.Mai The non-metropolitan resettlement of refugee youth: case studies from Australia and the UK Caitlin Nunn, Dr., Assistant Research Professor, Department of Sociology, Durham University.
  • 15. Mai Health, Individualized Technology, Quality of Life, and Ageing: Challenges and New Directions for Elderly Care in Contemporary Japan, Dr. Anne Aronsson, Universität Bern
  • 22. Mai The Work of Commodity Traders: Anthropological Perspectives on Supply Chain Logistics and Trade Stefan Leins, Dr., Oberassistent, Department für Sozialanthropologie und empirische Kulturwissenschaft Universität Zürich
  • 29. Mai Regulating Succession: the Challenge to secure the Future of long-term Development Work in West Flores, Eastern Indonesia Sabine Zurschmitten, Dr. des., Oberassistentin, Institut für Sozialanthropologie