Welcome to Bergen Anthropology Day
Bergen Anthropology Day is an annual event organized by CMI and the University of Bergen. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in social anthropology to meet students, academics and researchers studying and working in the field. Every year the audience gets to hear more about research projects, the different anthropological milieus in Bergen and ongoing international collaboration.
Among the researchers you will meet and the research projects you will hear more about this year are CMI's Edyta Roszko who will present her project on Chinese and Vietnamese fishers expanding beyond the South China Sea, and Antonio De Lauri who will present his project on principles, diplomacy and compromise in humanitarian aid.
This year's event takes place on September 13, in Tivoli at Det Akademiske Kvarter. Refreshments will be served.
12:00-13:00 Complimentarylunch in Tivoli (1st floor, Kvarteret)
13:00-13:10 Welcome and introduction: Ståle Knudsen (UiB)
13:10-13:30 “Mare Nullius? Sea Level Rise and Maritime Sovereignties in the Pacific – An Expanded Anthropology of Climate Change” - Edvard Hviding (UiB)
13:30-13:50 “Transoceanic Fishers: Multiple Mobilities in and Out of the South China Sea” – Edyta Roszko (CMI)
14:10-14:30 “The Rise of the Enclave and the Death of the City as We Know It” - Bjørn Enge Bertelsen (UiB)
14:30-14:50 “Negotiating Humanitarian Aid: Principles, Diplomacy, Compromise” - Antonio De Lauri (CMI)
14:50-15:10 Musical performance – “Antro-på-scene” – coffee and cake
15:10-16:10 Panel “Anthropology and the Sustainable Development Goals” On SDGs in teaching, future project ideas and anthropology in the debate on SDGs.
Moderator: Edvard Hviding
Anwesha Dutta (CMI) – “SDGs and Environmental Anthropology”
Nora Haukali (UiB) – “Thoughts on SDGs and Teaching”
Salla Turunen (CMI) – “SDGs: In the Search of Balance between Practice and Research”
Marianna Betti (UiB) – “The Role of Religious Missions and Faith in the Achievement of SDG”