Anthropology Research Seminar

Photo made by Samantha Aiguier, Master student in Social Anthropology

Tuesday, 6.15−7.45 pm, Room S 221, Unitobler, Lerchenweg 36, 2nd Floor

The obligatory debriefing session takes place on Wednesday morning 8:15 to 9 am via Zoom or at Room S221 at the Institute.
Everyone is welcome to join.


New List of Attendance

From FS2019 onwards, Master students must also participate in the obligatory debriefing session on the lecture they have attended. The participations must be confirmed by a signature of the professors. The list for download can be found at the end of this page.

Program of the Anthropology Research Seminar at the Autumn Semester 2020

link to the ILIAS Group

  • 22. September Mittelbaugespräch (geschlossene Veranstaltung)
  • 29. September Against a (Virtual) Wall: Surveillance and Futurity in the US Mexico Borderlands. Dr. Darcy Alexandra, Universität Bern
  • 06. October Quality Matters. Colonial Rule, Local Agency and Multinational Trading Houses in the Indian Cotton Trade, 1850s to 1930s. Prof. Dr Christof Dejung, Universität Bern
  • 13. October Soundscapes of Dispossession and Return: Palm Oil Industry and Struggles for the Territory in Colombia. Dr. Maria del Pilar Ramirez, Universität Bern
  • 20. October Kaleidoscope of Truth: False Cases, Real Evidence and Controversial Intent. Dr. Sandhya Fuchs, Universität Bern
  • 27. October Atmospheric Citizenship: Sonic Movement and Public Religion in Shi‘ite Mumbai. Prof. Dr. Patrick Eisenlohr, Universität Göttingen
  • 03. November The Business of Wayfaring. Dr. Martin Saxer, Universität München
  • 10. November Europe's Un/Deserving: Contrasting & Comparing Moralizations of Inequality. Prof. Dr. Jelena Tošić, Dr. Andreas Streinzer, Universität St. Gallen
  • 17. November Trans*-Formationsprozesse in Andalusien, Südspanien. Dr. des. Christof Imhof, FHNW Olten
  • 24. November Occult Justice: Crime, Intimidation, and the Restoration of Balance in Haiti. Dr. Marco Motta, Universität Bern
  • 01. December Searching for Ethics. Legal Requirements and Empirical Issues for Anthropology. Prof. Dr. Anne Lavanchy (HES-SO Genève), Dr. Nolwenn Bühler (Université de Neuchâtel)
  • 08. December Indirect Rule and the Politics of Fragmented Responsibility in the Central Mediterranean. Kiri Santer M.A., Universität Bern
  • 15. December Austerity Medicine. Precarious Healthcare in Contemporary Spain, Before and After Covid-19. Dr. Janina Kehr, Universität Bern