Department of Anthropology Seminar Series - 2019/20

Seminars take place on Thursdays 3-5pm in Edward Wright F61.
Refreshments will be served. All welcome!

3 October 2019
David Anderson, University of Aberdeen
'An ethnoecology of submerged life'

10 October 2019
Andrew Dawson, University of Melbourne
Title tbc

17 October 2019
PhD seminar
Kirsty Kernohan '"I thought it a good opportunity to visit a new country": leisured colonialism and the Keith-Falconer collections (1873-1945)’
Maya Fischer '"Death defines life"': A case study exploring the connection between engagements of death and life through Islam in Morocco'

24 October 2019
Maggie Bolton, University of Aberdeen
'The fragility of relations of domestication: Humans, llamas and unseasonal snowfalls in Sud Lipez, Bolivia'

31 October 2019
Roundtable discussion: 'Anthropology futures'

14 November 2019
Irena Connon, University of Dundee
''Home no more home to me, whither must I wander?' Untangling experiences of flood displacement in the UK'

28 November 2019
Nicolas Le Bigre, University of Aberdeen
'Bureaucracy as metaphorical border in immigrant-experience narratives'

12 December 2019
Tanya Argounova-Low, University of Aberdeen
'Carving your way: creativity with mammoth tusks'