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Nefissa Naguib's essay titled "The Flag and the Street" is published in Contested Memories and the Demands of the Past:History Cultures in the Modern Muslim World
In this article Signe Howell argues that transnational adoption must be analysed as part of an increasing globalisation of norms and values.
Article by Rune Flikke.
Chapter by Arnd Schneider.
This article written by Rune Flikke discusses the theoretical potential of air, winds, and atmosphere as they place flux, transience, and motion at the center of the human predicament.
Forskningsformidling er i vinden. Likevel er det ofte uklart hva som er formålet, hvem som har ansvaret – og hva formidling egentlig dreier seg om. Ståle Wig og Henrik H.Svensen etterlyser nytenkning innen forskningsformidling.
Les hele artikkelen i Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift
Harald Beyer Broch baserer denne artikkelen på materiale fra et lengre etnografisk feltarbeid (2006-2007) og flere kortere opphold blant nordnorske fiskere.
In this paper Ståle Wig questions whether it can be such a thing as a paid volunteer? The idea of exchanging money for work seems to be at odds with how many naturally think about volunteering.
The presentation on JSTORE
The world is overheated. Too full and too fast; uneven and unequal. It is the age of the Anthropocene, of humanity’s indelible mark upon the planet. In short, Thomas Hylland Eriksen refers to globalisation - but not as we know it.
The book forms part of the ERC Advanced Grant project “Overheating”.
In this article, Astrid B. Stensrud discusses the impact of climate change, fluid ownership and justice in a Peruvian watershed.
More information at the publisher’s website
This article written by Arnd Schneider, explores the phenomenon of neighborhood cinema (Cine con vecinos) in Saladillo, Argentina.
In this article, Karsten Pærregaard, Astrid B. Stensrud and Astrid O. Andersen examine the implementation of Peru’s water resources law and discuss how new forms of water citizenship emerge.
Read the whole article here
In his chapter «Appropriations across disciplines: The future of art and anthropology collaborations” Arnd Schneider explores possible dialogues and frictions across contemporary art and anthropology practices, in various discursive fields of the senses, ethics, and experimentation.
The scale of the mass movement of people from current conflicts recalls the two World Wars, both of which radically reorganized the world. This article by Nefissa Naguib reflects on new ways of thinking about human crisis and humanitarianism and how they are mobilized in different temporal and geographical settings.
In this book Paul Wenzel Geissler, Guillaume Lachenal, John Manton and Noémi Tousignant present a close look at the vestiges of twentieth-century medical work at five key sites in Africa. The result is unprecedented view of the lingering traces of medical science from Africa’s past.
More info at the University of Chicago Press
Elisabeth Schober's new book, Base Encounters, explores the social friction that US bases have caused in South Korea, where the entertainment districts next to American military installations have come under much scrutiny.
More information at the University of Chicago Press
In this article, Astrid B. Stensrud shows how climate change translates into insecure water provision and produces new uncertainties in Colca Valley, Southern Peru. Stensrud argues that a stronger ethnographic focus on material practices that enact multiple versions of water, and multiple water worlds, can contribute to a more nuanced understanding of climate change effects and water politics.
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Boka gir detaljerte og tidvis humoristiske og provoserende beskrivelser av nordmenns holdninger til og kunnskaper om ulike hvaler og hvalfangst så vel som gjennomgang av forskjellige fangstmetoder fra kysten av Vestlandet, fra 1600-tallet fram til 1910.
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This article written by Rune Flikke and Trine Kvitberg is based on research conducted under the Arctic indigenous peoples adaptation to contaminant problems and climate change at the University of Tromsø.
Signe Howell shows in her chapter in Animism in Southeast Asia how the Chewong (hunters and gatherers of Peninsular Malaysia), are prototypical animists in the conventional definition of ontologies which assign agency and personhood to human and non-human beings alike.
In this collection of chapters on the little know societies of aboriginal people of Peninsular Malaysia, Signe Howell shows in her chapter “Continuity through Change: Three decades of engaging with Chewong: Some issues raised by multitemporal fieldwork” how Chewong way of life have changed dramatically from the time of her first fieldwork until today. She argues that despite huge influences emanating from the external world they are still maintaining their egalitarian ethos and practices.
In one form or another, water participates in the making and unmaking of people’s lives, practices, and stories. Astrid Stensrud has contributed "Chapter 3. Raining in the Andes: Disrupted Seasonal and Hydrological Cycles" in this new volume of detailed ethnographic work analyzing the union and mutual shaping of water and social lives.
More information at www.berghahnbooks.com