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Research seminar no3 in Cultural Anthropology
Research seminar no4 in Cultural Anthropology. Sex and the Temple: Cross-gender practices in Spirit Possession Rituals in Vietnam
Research seminar no5 in Cultural Anthropology. Blind spots in global health: Lassa Fever, Science and the making of neglect in Sierra Leone.
Research seminar no6 in Cultural Anthropology. Frack it Now, Frack it Later: Temporality and Aspiration in a Murky Setting
Research seminar no7 in Cultural Anthropology. Mixed blessings: Race, faith, and moral boundaries among Afrikaners in the post-apartheid era
Research seminar no8 in Cultural Anthropology. Deadly Matters. Spectacular materiality at (Maritime) Museums
Research seminar no9 in Cultural Anthropology. Cannibal talk: From Uganda to Burma, from the King’s African Rifles to the Lord’s Resistance Army
Research seminar no10 in Cultural Anthropology. Prosthetic citizenship: Fault lines of Belonging in postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina