Past events

06
May
2021

Weaning Behaviour and Diet of Australopithecus Africanus

The last three million years have been characterised by strong climatic instability that drove many species to extinction. Australopithecus africanus lived in...
04
May
2021

The feeding ecology of Cat Ba langurs on Cat Ba Island, Vietnam

The Cat Ba langur (Trachypithecus poliocephalus) is one of the 25 most threatened primates in the world. The taxon is endemic to Cat Ba Island and there have...
03
May
2021

Put Your Mask On! Contractual Sociality at Work in the Pandemic

For many Americans, the Covid-19 pandemic has forced them to re-evaluate how the workplace functions as a site of private government. In every workplace, there...
19
Apr
2021

The State-Issued ‘Identity Card’ as Visual Medium in Postauthoritarian Indonesia

In the political environment that followed the authoritarian New Order in Indonesia (approx. ’65-‘98), various minority groups assert that access to...
29
Mar
2021

Wild Policy: a theory, method and activation

In this talk, anthropologist Tess Lea will speak to her new book, Wild Policy: Indigeneity and the Unruly Logics of Intervention (2020, Stanford UP). The book...
25
Mar
2021

The Evolution of the Osteobiography: Medical Curiosities to Integrated Human Microhistories

About this Seminar First coined by forensic anthropologist Clyde Snow in the 1970s, the term “osteobiography” broadly refers to the reconstruction of key...
22
Mar
2021

Whose 'Failed State?': Connecting Contemporary Law and Order Issues in Enga Province to Its Colonial Past

Enga province in the highlands of Papua New Guinea faces numerous 'law and order' problems including election-related violence, the persecution of supposed...

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