Seminars take place on Thursdays 3-5pm in room F61 Edward Wright Building unless otherwise noted.
All welcome. Refreshments provided.
Nuccio Mazzullo, University of Lapland
Between state forest mapping and local forest living: the Nellim herders case in Finnish Lapland
Michelle Obeid, Manchester University
Negotiating new bureaucratic border zones: personal encounters in the United Kingdom
Basho, as a poet, calligrapher and walker
Ian Harper, University of Edinburgh
Anthropology and medicines: the Nepal pharmaceutical industry and the problem of regulation
Susan Crate, George Mason University
A situating of knowledge and change in 21st century rural contexts
PhD students, University of Aberdeen
Alberto Goyena: Gravity unleashed: heritage and memory from the perspective of demolition men
Paolo Gruppuso: From marshes to reclamation: there and back again. Contested nature, memories and practices in two wetlands of Agro Pontino.
Shomik Mukherjee: Sufic voice-work: An adaptationist reading
Zoe Todd: "It's just what we do": fishing, apprenticeship and human-environmental relationships in Paulatuuq
Gro Ween, University of Aberdeen
The nature of domestication: reflections on human-salmon relations
Veronica Strang, Durham University
Fluid consistencies: meaning and materiality in human engagements with water
Kristiina Korjonen-Kuusipuro, Oulu University
Cultural and social dimensions of wind power in south-eastern Finland
Marybeth MacPhee, Roger Williams University
Reflections on quality of life and community-owned land in the changing social environment of a Hebridean island.
Peter Collins, Durham University
Ghosts and hauntings: towards an anthropology of the imagination