Surekha Garimella will speak of the waste-pickers/collectors of Delhi and how the pandemic measures and constraints heightened their exclusion - she'll be drawing on her work as part of the Arise collaboration with George Institute for Global Health
Both Cristina and Oguz draw attention to the ways in which COVID amplified inequalities - in their cases, ethnic minorities (Romania) and people who are/identify as LGBTQI (Turkey). Linda Bennett from the University of Melbourne picks this theme up,
18 days to go to the Webinar. Oguz Alyanak writes of exclusion and reaction in Turkey. Lockdown drew attention to tensions between Turkey’s ruling party Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi (Justice and Development Party, AKP) and the Diyanet, the Turkish reli
CRISTINA POP is at Creighton University. She writes in Viral Loads of the everyday acts of violence and exclusion to which the Rom in Romania are subjected, and their resistance to the state. This had implications in terms of state actions as the pan
ADITYA BHARAWAJ, professor of anthropologyand sociology at IHEID Graduate Institute in Geneva, writes of the ‘shroud stealers’ in India - literally not metaphorically. Read his chapter in Viral Loads and hear his comments on 23 September
COVID-19 has consistently exposed inequality, structural violence, xenophobia and racism. Sahra Gibbon, Jennie Gamlin and Melania Calestani have written on the UK experience of racism and its effects on infection and the provision and receipt of heal
Covid Webinar Post: 24 days to go! COUNTDOWN to webinar day is more useful than count-up. So, from now on – days to go! ELZBIETA DRAZKIEWICZ is Senior Research Fellow at the Slovak Academy of Sciences, and works on foreign aid and development managem
Covid Webinar Post 5. Susan Levine will be speaking on militarization, as discussed in our chapter in Viral Loads. Across the world, armed soldiers were deployed to enforce public health laws and rules to contain the #COVID #pandemic. In South Africa
For the next many posts, I will be introducing you to the various speakers. The first is Nancy Burke, who will also be facilitating part of the webinar. As I noted yesterday, Nancy is Professor of Public Health and Anthropology and John D. and Cather
I will be moderating the program. I am Distinguished Professor of Public Health and Medical Anthropology in the School of Public Health, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, and I hold appointments also with Brown University, US, and Monash
Counting down to the Webinar. Let me explain how this program will proceed. I will be moderating, and I have five general questions. I will pose one question, and will invite a few of the authors from Viral Loads to comment; they’ll speak for about 3
COVID Disparities and Their Discontents - the first of a series of webinars under the banner of Interfaces of Global Applied Anthropology -- is being held in 4 weeks time. It's free, and there is no cap on attendance but you do need to register to g
2022 PELTO INTERNATIONAL AWARD ANNOUNCEMENT
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In a timely follow-on from our inspiring Norfolk Meeting session on Crossing language barriers in applied anthropology, I note that WCAA- World Council of Anthropological Associations is holding a roundtable webinar on May 9 on the re
SAA-SEG-SSE Annual Meeting 2021
Re-viewing « the field » :
Contemporary debates and approaches to fieldwork
22-24 April 2021 (videoconference)
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Praxis Award - WAPA WAPA's Praxis award is open to applied anthropologists working anywhere in the world whose work is making a difference.
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