Anthropology Research Seminar

Photo made by Samantha Aiguier, Master student in Social Anthropology

Tuesday, 4.15- 5.45 pm (Attention! Hours have changed!)

Everyone is welcome to join.

Program of the Anthropology Research Seminar at the Autumn Semester 2022

Seminarraum S221, Lerchenweg 36

  • 27. September, Wealth-in-colleagues: The economy of favours among Accra’s professionals. Anna-Riikka Kauppinen, Geneva Graduate Institute; Chair: Matthieu Bolay; Discussant: Sandhya Fuchs (Online)
  • 4. Oktober, Bodily and emotional aspects of religious experience in relation to sound. Yannick van den Berg, Universität Freiburg, Chair: Heinzpeter Znoj
  • 11. Oktober, Applied history for the socio-ecological transition: The experience of the Laboratorio Ecosocial do Barbanza (Galicia). Prof. Dr. Lourenzo Fernández Prieto und David Fontán Bestilleiro, University of Santiago de Compostela, Chair: Tobias Haller
  • 18. Oktober, Always ON: More-than-human assemblages of care of people living with type 1 diabetes in Austria. Sophie Wagner, Universität Bern; Chair: Michaela Schäuble; Discussant: Julia Rehsmann
  • 25. Oktober, The sensory machine: Ethnographic film as an iterative writing space. Klearjos Eduardo Papanicolaou & Nitin Bathla, ETH Zürich; Chair: Sabrina Stallone
  • 1. November, Houses as horizons: Caste, experience and domination in Kerala, South India. Prof. Dr. Sharika Thiranagama, Stanford University; Chair: Julia Eckert
  • 8. November, Beastly bears and convivial futures: On landscape sharing in the Carpathian Mountains. Dr. George Iordachescu, The University of Sheffield; Chair: Ariane Zangger
  • 15. November    Keine Veranstaltung
  • 22. November, Controlling color: Dioramas between art and anthropology (Online-Veranstaltung), Prof. Dr. Noémie Etienne, Universität Wien; Chair: Michaela Schäuble, Discussant: Zainabu Jallo
  • 29. November, Round Table: Governing with algorithms – Automating state control through (predictive) data analytics and the unpredictability of state power. Dr. Maria Sapignoli, Maya Avis & Daniel Marciniak, Max-Planck Institute Halle; Chair: Kiri Santer, Lucien Schönenberg
  • 6. Dezember, «Weiter Schreiben Schweiz»: Lubna Abou Kheir und Ivna Žic im Gespräch mit Rohit Jain, Dampfzentrale Bern.Weiterschreiben findet im Rahmen des CGS Forums MOVES: Kulturelle Begegnungen in Musik, Kunst und Literatur (WBK) statt.Ort: Dampfzentrale, Marzilistrasse 47, 3005 Bern; Zeit: 19.00
  • 13. Dezember. Mittelbaugespräch (geschlossene Veranstaltung)
  • 20. Dezember. Weihnachtsfeier