Michelle Rove

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ETHOS Lab and Antropologforeningen invite its members to the book launch seminar with Dr. Andrea Ballestero, Rice University (USA) on her recent monograph “A Future History of Water“.

Working with NGOS, politicians, state representatives and activists in Costa Rica and Brazil, Ballestero explores what goes into making water access into a human right. We will explore the techno-legal devices that Ballestro describes in making water futures, and the bifurcations between water as a right, and as a global commodity.

Organized in conjunction with World Water Day, the morning will include discussant commentary, questions to Andrea, and reflections on ways of knowing water.

Please sign up through http://bit.ly/2VsC7p0 so we can cater appropriately. Copies of Andrea’s book, published by Duke University Press and made available Open Access through the Fondren Library are available here. You do not have to have read the book to attend.

Årsmøde for Sundhedsantropologer 22. november 2019

 

Invitation til sundhedsantropologer, studerende og alle andre interesserede – brugere, professionelle og eksperter med nysgerrighed, indblik og interesse i sundhedssektoren…

Kom og vær med til en spændende dag, i et fremtidsblik fra en position mellem det spekulative og det ordinære, mellem design og det levede liv, mellem fortid, nutid og fremtid. I en bevægelse bag om de disciplinære grænser, udforskes designantropologien som et grundlæggende tværfagligt og sektorielt felt, der åbner for at nye tilgange og metoder kommer i spil.

Dagen finder sted hos MS-ActionAid Fælledvej 12, 2200 København N

Monographic Happy Hour

Tuesday October 29 2019, 4-6pm

in Ethnographic Exploratory (4.1.12), CSS

Østre Farimagsgade 5, 1353 København K

Building 4, 1st floor, room 12

 

Antropologforeningen welcomes you to the second Happy Hour of this semester.

We will serve snacks, wine and beer.
Everyone is welcome! We look forward to seeing you!

Program info
16:00-16:05 Welcome by Antropologforeningen
16:05-16:35 Presentation of the book “Wandering Spirits – Loneliness and Longing in Greenland” by Janne Flora, Associate Professor at Aarhus Universitet
16:35-17:05 Discussion of the book by discussant Tine Gammeltoft, Professor at the Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen
17:05-17:25 Break
17:25-18:00 Open floor for discussion

Monographic Happy Hour

Wednesday 2nd of October 2019, 4-6pm

in Ethnographic Exploratory (4.1.12), CSS

Østre Farimagsgade 5, 1353 København K

Building 4, 1st floor, room 12

 

Antropologforeningen welcomes you to the first Monographic Happy Hour of the fall semester.

We will serve snacks, wine and beer.
Everyone is welcome! We look forward to seeing you!

Program info
16:00-16:05 Welcome by Antropologforeningen
16:05-16:35 Presentation of the book “Cutting Cosmos” by Henrik Hvenegaard Mikkelsen, Assistant Professor at the Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen
16:35-17:05 Discussion of the book by discussant My Madsen, PhD from the Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen
17:05-17:25 Break
17:25-18:00 Open floor for discussion