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CANCELED - Research seminar in Ethnology with Jenny Ingridsdotter
Research seminar in Cultural Anthropology med Mahmoud Keshavarz: Fictional Materialities of a Border
The politics of design is in focus of this seminar.
The visual, technological, temporal, and spatial apparatus of the border with all materialisations involved produces and maintains one hegemonic fiction: the given relation between the nation, the body, and its right to mobility.
Research Seminar in Ethnology with Anne Eriksen
Anne will present a text she originally wrote as a post at a workshop on narrative and sustainability on Campus Gotland. In it, she discusses the cultural heritage concept's built-in narrative structures and intrigues, and how these change depending on what cultural heritage is related to. She now wants views on how the argument works and how she can develop the text into an article.
Research Seminar in Cultural Anthropology - Under the surface of the Ever-Given drama: Migrant ecologies as an afterlife of the Suez Canal with Karin Ahlberg
Under the surface of megatankers and shipping, a mass migration is taking place through the Suez Canal. Over time and as a result of both natural change and engineering projects, the Suez Canal has turned into a global highway for sea creature.
Final review of Rikard Engblom’s dissertation manuscript in Ethnology
Final review of Rikard Engblom’s dissertation manuscript.
Examiner: Marry-Anne Karlsen, anthropologist and researcher at Centre for Women’s and Gender Research at University of Bergen