We are please to announce that Luděk Brož and Aníbal Arregui’s papers were accepted to the J
oint Biennial Conference of the Slovak Association of Social Anthropologists (SASA) and Czech Associations for Social Anthropology (CASA) titled: . The conference will take place in Vulnerability and Resilience: Adaptive Strategies and Global Change Bratislava on 9 and 10 November 2018. Hope to see you there! Continue reading “CASA/SASA 2018”
Our team prepared a roundtable discussion for the
Vienna Anthropology Days (VANDA) on September 19-22, 2018. Check out other sessions here and join us in Vienna!
The “Wild” (beyond the) West? Human-animal relations and the shifting frontier of ‘wilderness’
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Szczygielska and Erica von Essen will give papers at the “ (Un)Common Worlds” Human-Animal Studies Conference — 7–9 August 2018 Turku, Finland. The program looks fascinating indeed!
HUNTING A S NEXUS FOR CHANGING HUMAN-WILDLIFE RELATIONS
Chair: Erica Von Essen
Karin Dirke: L anguage of the Hunt; The Negotiation of Ethics and Technology in the Journal Jägaren
Marianna Szczygielska: Wildlife Revenge: Human-Animal Drama in Spoor
Erica von Essen: T he Changing Wildlife Tableau – the Evolution of Hunting Magazine Covers and Trophy Shots
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Feral Piglets. Photo by Craig ONeal / Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/craigoneal/6576501459/in/photostream
Workshop jointly organized by our
team (CEFRES/Institute of Ethnology CAS) together with Erica von Essen (SLU) kindly supported by the Swedish Hunting Association through the grant “ Challenges Facing Swedish Hunting Ethics in Post-Modernity”.
16-17 October 2018
Narodni 18, Prague 1, Czech Republic
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