Postgraduate seminar ‘Contemporary Indigenous Tattooing in Samoa and Paiwan’: Friday, May 15, 3-5PM

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Please join us for Suliljaw Lusausatj’s post-fieldwork seminar. Location: Zoom https://anu.zoom.us/j/99322367249 Time: 3pm-5pm, Friday, May 15 Speaker: Suliljaw Lusausatj My PhD thesis examines two tattooing cultures, in Samoan and Paiwan (Taiwan) villages, seeking to understand how tatau/vecik is practiced and thought of across multiple locations. Ethnographic fieldwork for this thesis has been comparative and engaged, […]

Anthropology Seminar via Zoom: Monday 18 May, 3-4PM

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‘GOVERNING WITH A HEAD BUT NO ARMS AND LEGS’: INTER-DEPENDENCY, CO-OPTION AND OPPOSITIONAL MIGRATION POLITICS Monday 18 May 3:00-4:00 pm Speaker: Dr. Sverre Molland, Australian National University Location: Zoom About the Lecture: Safe migration has emerged as a central policy discourse in the Mekong region and elsewhere. Although United Nations agencies and Non-Governmental Organisations dominate […]