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Journal Article | Jan 2014
Anthropologists are chronologically only the latest to have adopted justice (and injustice) as an object of (critical) inquiry. Even among anthropologists, ...
Afghanistan, law, value, justice, violence
Journal Article | Jan 2003
This article aims to help to break the academic impasse which still stifles the possibilities for an informed debate between feminist psychologists, anthropologists, ...
Spatial cognition, Sex, Evolution, Feminist theory
Edited Book | Mar 2015
This book is about the history of anthropology in Sudan. Contributors to the book represent different generations of anthropologists who at some ...
Journal Article | Jan 2019
Public anthropology is a collective aspiration shaped by generally shared values and intentions within significant sections of social and cultural anthropology. ...
public anthropology, impact, audit, publications
Book Chapter | Jan 2005
Haunted by the Imaginations of the Past: Robert Kaplan's Balkan Ghosts Tone Bringa Why America's To
Commentary: Enclosing Blue Commons, Generating Blue Growth? Comment on Fiona McCormack’s “Precarity, Indigeneity and the Market in Māori Fisheries" in Forum: Precarity, Indigeneity and the Market in Maori Fisheries
Journal Article | Jan 2020
Commentary: Enclosing Blue Commons, Generating Blue Growth? Comment on Fiona McCormack’s “Precarity,
Journal Article | Jan 2008
As Clifford Geertz remarked in his Islam Observed (1968), the idea of a 'changing' religion is a contradiction in terms, as religion is fundamentally ...
Journal Article | Sep 2019
Since the mid-1980s, generations of displaced people have sought refuge in the ramshackle buildings that were once the Gaza-Ramallah Hospital, a multi-story ...
displacement, urban refugees, emergency urbanism, shelter, Sabra, Beirut, Lebanon
News | 17 Sep 2008
Dr Eirik G. Jansen is a social anthropologist whose research has mainly focused on natural resource management in traditional fisheries in East Africa and land issues in Bangladesh.
News | 28 Jan 2016
Fredrik Barth, one of the world's most prominent anthropologists, passed away last Sunday at an age of 87. He taught us how to think about and analyze cultural complexity, ethnic relations, liveliood systems, ecology, politics and religion.
News | 1 Jul 2011
Visual anthropologist Carlos Y. Flores talks about "collaborative video and shared anthropology", showing clips from "K'ixba'l" (Shame, Guatemala, 2010), his latest film from Guatemala.
CMI Report | Jan 2000
This survey, “Research on Corruption. A Policy Oriented Survey”, is an overview of contemporary corruption research. The main objective is ...
Corruption, research, World
News | 26 Aug 2005
CMI is currently seeking a researcher/social anthropologist for a full-time permanent position. The position is not linked to any particular research area or region. The new researcher will be a member of the social anthropology group (approx. 10 researchers).
Event | 23 May 2007
The Norwegian Somali expert Jan M. Haakonsen discusses the latest developments in Somalia.
Event | 31 May 2007
The success of any international development agency depends on an understanding of the ways in which a community and individuals relate to ideas and resources, argues Dr. David Lewis from the London School of Economics.
News | 29 Aug 2006
Dr. Kari Telle is a Social Anthropologist who has worked extensively on issues related to socio-religious change in Indonesia. Telle will work on the new Politics of Faith programme where she will study religious mobilization and the politics of 'security' in post-Suharto Indonesia.
Event | 15 Oct 2009
The urbanisation of poverty reflects one of the most dramatic developments on the African continent. More than half of Africa's population will soon live in cities and towns.
Event | 14 Oct 2009
The discovery of oil in the North Sea in 1969 made Norway one of the richest countries in the world. Today, Norway secures this wealth for the future through extensive foreign operation and investment. Is Norway an arrogant neocolonial actor?
Event | 25 Oct 2010
Dar al-Tifi al-Arabi is the largest Palestinian orphanage providing education for more than 1500 pupils. Nefissa Naguib has made a film about the woman who founded it, and how she and her successors fill in the gaps when the state is unable to perform the function as provider of adequate welfare.
Event | 14 Mar 2014
Humanitarianism has become a cosmopolitan language serving to qualify a broad diversity of actions, from aid to war, and of agents, either private or public. The lecture will propose an analysis of its ethical tensions and political predicaments.