A collaborative project workshop organized by Dr Dace Dzenovska (Oxford) and Dr Daniel M. Knight on the ethnographic, theoretical and methodological implications of studying ’emptiness’ in all its forms. CCS contributions from four members. Dec 5 – 6, 2019. University of Oxford.
The Biennial Trondheim Colloquium in Social Anthropology: Cosmopolitan Networks is organized by the research group Temporalities of Mobility and Migration at the Department of Social Anthropology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology. The event is held at The Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters, Elvegata 17, Trondheim – The Moser Room, top floor. 21st and 22nd … Read more
On October 17th anthropologist Dr Gonzalo Iparraguirre is visiting CCS from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Dr Iparraguirre’s research focuses around the themes of crisis, how individuals anticipate violent and socially destructive events, and what he terms the ‘comparative study of western and indigenous temporality’.