Martine Greek wanted to find out how neoliberalism is succeeding in making people believe in a better future. After conducting twelve months of field work on an inland island in Chile, she is now defending her thesis about hope, poverty and government-subsidised solar panels.
«In this current time of crisis, it is arguably more important than ever to look at how supply chains function, and what role maritime trade plays in keeping our world spinning,» says Elisabeth Schober. The anthropologist is doing research on shipping and maritime logistics.
- The Corona virus is a window, enabling us to see alternative ways of organising society, says Thomas Hylland Eriksen. The Professor in Social Anthropology has been conducting research on crises in an overheated world.
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