Past events

25
May
2020

Landing on the earth:Organic farmers reassemble their Local in Central Vietnam

About the Lecture:  This paper tells the story of a small group of Central Vietnamese farmers living near the tourist town of Hoi An who avoided being forced...
21
May
2020

Applying the polio model to New Zealand: the contingent role of socioeconomic status in infectious disease mortality

Summary: Non-Māori (settler) New Zealand in the late 19th and early 20th centuries had reputation as ‘working man’s paradise’ with extensive social mixing,...
20
May
2020

Introduction to software and differentiating between young and adult cortical bone matrix - Session 1

HUMAN BONE HISTOLOGY MORNING COFFEE WORKSHOP SERIES FOR BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS Registrations have closed as we reached capacity. Please contact the...
18
May
2020

“Governing with a head but no arms and legs”: Inter-dependency, co-option and oppositional migration politics

About the Lecture Safe migration has emerged as a central policy discourse in the Mekong region and elsewhere. Although United Nations agencies and Non-...
04
May
2020

Models, scenarios, and buying the future: Or, what comics can teach us about life in the multiverse

About the Lecture We are living in a timeline defined by ‘the curve.’ The spread of Covid-19 has imposed radically new norms about physical distancing, social...
23
Mar
2020

Histories of Archaeology Conference

Conference Cancellation Owing to the issues surrounding the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we have had to cancel this conference. We are currently working...
20
Mar
2020

Technical Workshop with Cape York Land Council

CNTA offers technical workshops on specific aspects of anthropological native title practice. In March 2020 CNTA is running a workshop for the Cape York Land...

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