African Anthropology Seminar
Labour and living conditions in the cut flower industry at Lake Naivasha, Kenya.
On the Edges of Whiteness. Polish Refugees in British Colonial Africa during and after the Second World War
Activists Ignoring the Needs of Ordinary Citizens: Web-Based Citizen Participation in Conserving Urban Protected Areas in Nairobi, Kenya
African Encounters with Modernity and Development - Agriculture and Industrialisation in Southern Africa
Fighting and fearing the Other: Notes for an anthropology of nefarious systems
Radio, mobility, and migration. A view from Kayes, Mali.
Postcolonial Psychiatry and Memory Work in a West African Clinic.
Claiming the territory – and retreating. The Bong Mining project and its histories.
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.