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Cecilia Salinas viser hvordan dagens økonomisk forvaltning av den atlantiske Paraná-skogen mangler fortidserfaringer på bekostning av naturen og folk.
Henrik Sinding-Larsens drøfter hvordan individualitet dannes sett i lys av humanistiske versus de naturvitenskapelige tradisjonene, i antologien "Det skapende mennesket"
Arnd Schneider’s Introduction ‘Alternatives: World Ontologies and Dialogues between Contemporary Arts and Anthropologies’ sets a new global agenda for the relationship between anthropology and contemporary art. In this new book, Schneider has invited an impressive range of contributors, and provides vivid interviews with many of them.
Artikkelen til Arnd Schneider i tidsskriftet Kunst og Kultur, har til hensikt å skissere og vurdere det fremtidige potensialet innenfor kunstantropologiens hovedområder.
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.
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Harald Beyer Broch baserer denne artikkelen på materiale fra et lengre etnografisk feltarbeid (2006-2007) og flere kortere opphold blant nordnorske fiskere.
Professor Signe Howell at the University of Oslo (UiO) and Professor Desmond MacNeill, Centre for Development and the Environment(UiO) participated from the norwegian side. Dr Pujo Semedi, Dr Nicolaas Warouw and Dr Anna Marie Wattie were contributors from the Indonesian side. Elna Bastiansen who has worked with the graphic design and 29 master students from Indonesia and Norway have all been pioneers and enabled the project.
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This article by Jonas Kure Buer published in the journal Inflammopharmacology: Experimental and Therapeutic Studies is an historical investigation of the term non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and its acronym NSAIDs.
For more information and the full article (UiO and other subscribers only) visit the website of InflammopharmacologyExperimental and Therapeutic Studies
Thorgeir Kolshus is contributing with a chapter in "The Ethnographic Experiment. A.M. Hocart and W.H.R. Rivers in Island Melanesia, 1908", which is based on historical and ethnographic sources. The article provides an critical evaluation of William Rivers' 'survey method', which has received much undeserved attention in globalization studies over the last few decades.
This book which is edited by Arnd Schneider and Caterina Pasqualino urges a new dialogue between two seemingly separate fields. The book explores the practical and theoretical challenges arising from experimental film for anthropology, and vice versa, through a number of contact zones: trance, emotions and the senses, materiality and time, non-narrative content and montage. Experimental film and cinema are understood in this book as broad, inclusive categories covering many technical formats and historical traditions, to investigate the potential for new common practices. Arnd Schneider who has co-written the introduction also contributed the chapter "Stills that Move: Photofilm and Anthropology".
Signe Howell begins her chapter to the anthology The handbook of contemporary animism by narrating an abbreviated version of a Chewong myth about frog People. The Chewong are a small group of hunter-gatherers and shifting cultivators who, at the time of Howells first fieldwork in the late 1970s, lived deep inside the Malaysian tropical Rainforest.
While the In Search of Europe? project involves several academic disciplines, anthropology in particular can lay claim to an important history of study of, as well as an ongoing engagement with, art. Arnd Schneider starts his intervention with a short observation on that history.
Ruth Prince is following the development in the city of Kisumu in western Kenya since the late 1990s in her article. She is listening to experiences from several local women who tell us about the changing conditions of living through the decades.
This article written by Arnd Schneider represents an exercise in dialogical anthropology, based on a collaboration with contemporary visual artists in a specific fieldwork locale in Argentine
The article is open to the public in critical arts
The debate over the mana concept has been simmering ever since its launch as a Melanesian. ethnographic term with the 1891 publication of Robert Henry Codrington’s The Melanesians. In this article, Thorgeir Kolshus gives a linguistic overview of the concept of "mana" used in Polynesian cultures.
P. Wenzel Geissler compares the work and lives of local health workers in their everyday struggles to make a living and a meaningful life.
For more about the article and full access for subscribers visit Africa, the Journal of the International African Institute
Den muslimske bevegelsen IslamNet har siden 2009 vært omgitt av intens medieoppmerksomhet. I april og mai 2013 avslo Universitetet i Oslo (UiO), og senere Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus (HiOA) søknader om å registrere muslimske studentforeninger utgått fra IslamNet.
This article has sought to shed light on processes of inclusion and exclusion in Norwegian mediated public spheres. Sindre Bangstad has argued that contemporary conceptions of freedom of expression among liberal media editors in Norway are suggestive of a hierarchisation of human rights in which freedom of expression is posited as an absolute and inalienable right,overriding all other rights and concerns, such as concerns relating to rights to non-discrimination.
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This article represents the situation as Signe Howell found it during her first fieldwork. Then, as Chewong have done for generations, they lived in small settlements scattered throughout an area of about 190 square miles, the Krau Wildlife Reserve of Pahang. This Chewong regard as their traditional territory.
Animal domestication is a dynamic and open-ended process which potentially transforms both the animal and its surroundings. Using the case of Atlantic salmon, John Law and Marianne Lien describes a series of scientific and fish-farming practices, based on fieldwork in West Norway. They show how different salmon are being enacted within those different practices, and explore the precarious choreographies of those practices, and the ways in which they enact agency and also work to generate Otherness. Their article is part of the project 'Newcomers to the farm, Atlantic salmon between the wild and the industrial'.
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Land continues to be a contentious issue in much of sub-Saharan Africa. Recently, a new form of conflict over land has received much attention. Knut G. Nustad and Frode Sundnes claim that in the case they study, the nature of the land itself is at stake. The wetland area, which served as hunting grounds in the past, was transformed into productive fields. This struggle over the nature of the land lies at the heart of the controversy surrounding the land claim.
Thomas Hylland Eriksen har blitt intervjuet av online-tidsskriftet AIBR, Revista de Antropología Iberoamericana. Intervjuet kan leses online både på spansk og på engelsk: