African Anthropology Seminar
Due to the continued impact of Covid-19, we will have Zoom seminars this autumn. We hope to resume actual meetings again next year.
Claiming the territory – and retreating. The Bong Mining project and its histories.
Postcolonial Psychiatry and Memory Work in a West African Clinic.
Radio, mobility, and migration. A view from Kayes, Mali.
Speculative Presences and Temporal Disjunctures: Exploring Landscapes for Truffles, Water, and Gas in the Kalahari Desert
наука и жизнь (Science and life.) Russian-Guinean scientific cooperation looking for viruses in the sub-prefecture of Madina Oula (1980-1990)
Making Friends and Playing the Game. Tanzanian Indians Negotiating Distance and Belonging through Practices of Bribery
Living in hype: Tanzanian technologists and health for all in an era of techno-optimism
Blind spots in global health: Lassa Fever, Science and the making of neglect in Sierra Leone.
Between the lab and the field: Plants and places of evidence in a Ugandan-Australian research collaboration
East Germans in Mozambique: Negotiating Solidarity and the Everyday
Welcome to a film screening and discussion with the film maker, Gregg Mitman, Professor of History of Science, Medical History, and Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.