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Jahr 2020

DGSKA Autumn School: Fieldwork Meets Crisis

The German Anthropological Association invites doctoral students to participate at an online autumn school, dating from October 21-23, to discuss anthropological fieldwork during the corona crisis: "The Autumn School takes its starting point in the current pandemic moment, which substantially affects our discipline. (Field) research cannot be conducted or changes significantly, the mobility of researchers is limited, physical proximity on-site is replaced by online contacts, planning security gives way to uncertainty."

For details about the programe and the application process, please see the document below.

Contribution to Affective Justice Symposium at Opinio Juris

In Opinio Juris’ Book Symposium on Kamari M. Clarke’s recent book - Affective Justice (Duke University Press 2019) - Olaf Zenker reflects on "Sentiments of Justice, Legalism and Affective Meta-Justice at the Dawn of Postliberalism   ."

Employment ad: Professor for Social and Cultural Anthropology (W3)

The Department for Anthropology and Philosophy at the Philosophical  Faculty I of the Martin Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg, invites  applications for the position of a tenured Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology. The application deadline is July the 16th. For further informations, please visit the link below.

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Interview

The Corona pandemic hits the Democratic Republic of Congo. In the university magazine "Campus Halensis" our colleague Dr. Sung-Joon Park talks about his research on Ebola in the country and compares it with the current Corona pandemic. The interview (German language) can be found here   .

University calendar summer semester 2020

Attached you can find the university calendar for the Insitute of Social Anthropology, summer semester 2020.

Please be aware that the start of the semester has been postponed until the 20th of April. For further and updated information check the homepage of the institute or visit the homepage of the university.

Public Anthropology

Public Anthropology is set to be the central theme at the Institute for Social Anthropolgy in the summer semster 2020. Several public lectures, workshops and classes will take place.

Due to the coronavirus the workshop on April 23 - 24 has been cancelled.

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Europa – Spiel ohne Grenzen? Zur künstlerischen und kulturellen Praxis eines politischen Projekts (Transcript),

edited by Asta Vonderu and Michael Bachmann.

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Anton Wilhelm Amo Award 2020

For his MA thesis "Gullah Geechee ldentity Politics and Cultural Heritage Tourism in Charleston, South Carolina", the Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg awards Raja-Léon Hamann, PhD candidate and former MA student at our institute, the Anton Wilhelm Amo Award of 2020. The award ceremony will take place on Friday the 15th of May 2020 at Löwengebäude, assembly hall, Universitätsplatz 11.

Conference: Renewal, Endurance and Care. Spaces and Rhythms of Urban Industrial Entanglements.
POSTPONED March 17 - 19, 2021

Organisers: Prof. Dr. Kerstin Pöhls (University of Hamburg) &

Prof. Dr. Asta Vonderau (Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg),

CityIndustries Research Network

25-27 March 2020, University of Hamburg,

Registration until 10 March via www.cityindutries.org   .

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Dr. Alena Thiel ist ab dem 1. November 2019 offizielles Mitglied am Seminar für Ethnologie im DFG-Projekt „Identifikationstechnologien und numerische Analysen von Entwicklung“.

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Dr. Felix Ringel (Institut für Anthropologie an der Universität Durham) ist im WS 2019/2020 Gastdozent am Seminar für Ethnologie. Seine Lehrtätigkeit umfasst das BA-Seminar "Zur Zukunft postindustrieller Städte: Anthropologische Studien urbanen Wandels und kollektiver Zeitlichkeit".

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Ethnologie in den Medien

Im Rahmen des Social Citizen Science Projektes "Gute Nachbarschaften" sind zwei Podcasts als studentische Arbeiten entstanden und wurden auf Radio Corax ausgestrahlt.

Luisa  Mohr beschäftigte sich mit Fragen rund um das Zusammenleben in der  südlichen Neustadt. Was macht Nachbarschaft aus? Welche  Herausforderungen birgt ein Zusammenleben in der Neustadt? Aber auch wie  sieht ein gelebtes Miteinander vor Ort aus? Antworten dazu findet Ihr hier   !

Paula Lochau und Milena Leisenheimer haben in ihrem Podcast Reaktionen auf den rechtsterroristischen Anschlag vom 09.Oktober  2019 eingefangen. In Gesprächen mit Anwohnern des Paulusviertels, mit  Betroffenen und zivilgesellschaftlichen Akteuren der Stadt gehen sie der  Frage nach, wie Solidarität und Anteilnahme in der Nachbarschaft gelebt  wird. Nachzuhören hier   !

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