Past events

22
Jul
2021

The Repatriation Movement in Aotearoa New Zealand with Dr Amber Aranui

Zoom event link: shorturl.at/uCGO8 This presentation will look at the development of the fast growing repatriation Movement in Aotearoa New Zealand. A...
26
May
2021

Book Launch: Philanthropic Foundations in International Development Rockefeller, Ford and Gates

This book focuses on the influence of philanthropic foundations in global development, and on how the global south has engaged with them. The idea of corporate...
24
May
2021

Humanitarian Confessions: Ethnography, Autobiography and the Locations of Religion in Aidland

Humanitarian autobiographies provide compelling windows for analysing the locations of religion within the international aid and development sector. Free from...
20
May
2021

Exploring stress and social inequality through the lens of spatial bioarchaeology

Zoom Link : shorturl.at/gjzDK Advances in the bioarchaeological conceptualization of inequality have emphasized social power the driver of variation in social...
17
May
2021

Post Apocalypse Stress Syndrome in the Age of COVID-19

Post Apocalypse Stress Syndrome predicts that societies can experience shocks so strong that they change the very nature of the society itself. Previous...
10
May
2021

The Known and the Unknown: Sensing Others in the Batek's Forest, Malaysia

Hunter-gatherers are often portrayed as being ‘closer to nature’. Challenging this simplistic narrative, this talk explores how Batek people in Pahang speak...
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...

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