ANU PhD Pre-Submission Seminar by Owen McNamara: Cultivating Populism: The Politics of Agroecology in Cordoba, Argentina

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Title:¬†Cultivating Populism: The Politics of Agroecology in Cordoba, Argentina Speaker:¬†Owen McNamara Date and Time: 21 May, 3PM-5PM Via Zoom:¬†https://anu.zoom.us/j/83129891889?pwd=OUVyd2wzZXZLaVJ0S3JPMmhaN0I4QT09 Password:¬†511816 Abstract:¬†While Argentina may be a classic location in studies of populism, agroecologists are far from the traditional imagery of Peronist subjects.¬†Agroecology is an alternative farming movement which uses the symbiotic relationships between plants to produce […]

ANU Anthropology Monday Seminar by Philip Fountain: Humanitarian Confessions: Ethnography, Autobiography and the Locations of Religion in Aidland

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  Title: Humanitarian Confessions: Ethnography, Autobiography and the Locations of Religion in Aidland Speaker: Philip Fountain, Victoria University‚ÄďWellington Date and Time: Monday 24 May 2021, 3-4 pm Via Zoom: https://bit.ly/2OEVSFr¬† Meeting ID: 937 9210 4939 Passcode: 800615 Abstract: Humanitarian autobiographies provide compelling windows for analysing the locations of religion within the international aid and development […]

ANU Anthropology Monday Seminar by Lawrence Gross: Post Apocalypse Stress Syndrome in the Age of COVID-19

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Title: Post Apocalypse Stress Syndrome in the Age of COVID-19 Speaker: Lawrence Gross, University of Redlands, California Date and Time: Mon 17 May 2021, 12-1 pm Via Zoom: https://bit.ly/2OEVSFr¬† Meeting ID: 937 9210 4939 Passcode: 800615 Abstract: Post Apocalypse Stress Syndrome predicts that societies can experience shocks so strong that they change the very nature […]

ANU PhD Pre-Submission Seminar by Paul Hayes: Virility, Sorcery and Revolution: The Wrestlers of Khartoum, Sudan

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Title:¬†Virility, sorcery and revolution: The wrestlers of Khartoum, Sudan Speaker: Paul Hayes Date and Time: May 14, 10AM-12PM Via Zoom:¬†https://anu.zoom.us/j/82634651658?pwd=eDc2RFlFMTIzSjhVQkRRL3JNSXk5UT09 Password:¬†¬†582057 Abstract:¬†All too often, popular and scholarly perspectives on the two Sudans focus on what divides the peoples of the region, rather than on what unites them. Arab versus African, Northerner versus Southerner, Muslim versus […]