Eilert Sundts Hus (kart)
Moltke Moes vei 31
Hva har vi vært opptatt av det foregående tiåret? Hva bør vi diskutere mer? Hvordan har Norge og verden forandret seg? Går vi i retning mer inkludering og tillit eller mer utenforskap og mistenksomhet?
How do we make more-than-human relations come alive in our research? Human speech and written texts are key sources of reference, but how do we account for sociality beyond words and human perspectives? What forms of research and knowledge enable the exploration of multi-species worlds? How make our writing less anthropocentric in the Anthropocene?
Norsk antropologisk forening ønsker velkommen til fagdag med årsmøte. Arrangementet holdes ved Universitetet i Oslo, fredag 23. august 2019.
Femti år etter at antologien "Ethnic Groups and Boundaries" ble utgitt, inviterer vi antropologer fra inn- og utland til å anvende og videreutvikle denne arven etter Fredrik Barth og hans kolleger. Alle er velkomne til å høre deres innlegg!
Fifty years after Fredrik Barth's «Ethnic Groups and Boundaries» was published, Thomas Hylland Eriksen and Marek Jakoubek assess its impact, importance, as well as its shortcomings.
Registration is now open for the international conference 'GLOBAL TRACES: Art Practice, Ethnography, Contested Heritage', at the University of Oslo, 7- 8 February 2019.
PhD student Hugo de Carvalho Ferreira, the Faculty of Social and Cultural Sciences, Europa-Universität, Viadrina
Professor of Anthropology and Social Theory, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne
Drawing upon Lévi-Strauss’s notion that food is good to think with, we seek to use the study of food to explore issues of contemporary life, transformation, and Overheating.
Meet two of the world’s leading scholars on the relation between biological and cultural evolution - David Sloan Wilson, SUNY Binghamton and Terrence W. Deacon, UC Berkeley. Subsequent panel discussion with Kalle Moene, Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Henrik Sinding-Larsen and the audience.
In this workshop, we will explore the interfaces of climate change and capitalism, and discuss how climate change and environmental crisis intersect with difference, inequality and claims for justice.
Doctoral student at Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, Cultural Anthropology and lecturer at Department of Engineering Sciences, Industrial Engineering & Management at Uppsala University, Sweden.
Oscar Hemer is Professor of Journalistic and Literary Creation at Malmö University. He holds a Dr. Philos. degree in Social Anthropology from the University of Oslo (2011).
Home ownership and debt culture: the tragedy of the future that will never come
Sílvia Gómez Mestres
Associate professor, Department of Social Anthropology, Autonomous University of Barcelona
Master student, Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Arts and Ideas, University of Oslo
This workshop asks how different kinds of mining encounters (seen as fields of negotiation involving various actors and stakeholders) bring about forms of accelerated change. The emphasis is on change that involves the environment, the economy, politics and/or social identity.
Postdocoral fellow, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen
Professor Terrence W. Deacon
Anthropology and Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley
Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Science and Art / University of Ljubljana
Director of the Centre for Urban and Community Research (CUCR) and Professor of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Senior Researcher in Financial Security, PRIO
Kristian van Haesendonck
Centre for Comparative Studies, University of Lisbon
Research fellow, University of Cologne's Global South Studies Center and a research associate of the University of Pretoria’s Human Economy Programme
Director, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology/
Senior Researcher, Overheating project