Ponto de encontro, colaboração e diálogo em português, mas onde todos os "dialectos" falados na "polis antropológica" são bem vindos.

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A importância dada pelos impulsionadores da OAC à representação regional dos seus membros fez surgir diversos grupos com referências linguísticas ou regionais particulares.

A ideia não é "encarcerar" os membros da OAC em fronteiras nacionais, regionais ou linguísticas, mas precisamente o oposto. Isto é, dar relevância a esta presença, com o objectivo de ultrapassar a fronteira do anonimato em que vive a diversidade que constitui o conjunto das "world anthropologies".

Este grupo pretende ser um ponto de encontro, de colaboração, de divulgação, de interrogações e de diálogo também em português, mas onde todos os "dialectos" falados na "polis antropológica" são bem vindos.

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Comment by Stacy A A Hope on May 11, 2011 at 11:46am

Anyone interested in submitting a review of a Portuguese written text?


There is also a text that needs to be reviewed urgently. Please see below.


1) Rosenthal, G. & A. Bogner (2009). Ethnicity, Belonging and Biography: An Ethnographical and Biographical Perspective. LIT-Verlag: Berlin (NEEDS REVIEWER IMMEDIATELY)


If anyone is interested, please send me a message on my OAC page.


Kind Regards,

Stacy Hope

Book Reviews Editor

Comment by Fabiano Souto on February 10, 2011 at 3:19am


The organizing committee announces new deadlines for submissions for the VII Sesquiannual SALSA Conference in Belém do Pará, Brazil, 22-26 of June.  

February 25, 2011:  Deadline for submission of abstracts in categories A (papers for thematic sessions), B (independent papers), and C (additional organized sessions).

March 4, 2011:  Deadline for submissions of abstracts in category D (posters).  

Please see the attached Updated Call for Papers for instructions and more information.

Comment by Fabiano Souto on February 9, 2011 at 2:05pm

Evento SALSA - 2011


Até dia 15 de fevereiro.

Comment by maria cardeira da silva on September 27, 2010 at 12:20pm
(P122) Islam in the making and unmaking of places

SIEF 2011
The 10th international SIEF congress will take place in Lisbon, 17-21 April 2011.

The Call for papers closes 15 October.

(P122) Islam in the making and unmaking of places
Maria Cardeira da Silva (CRIA/FCHS-UNL) and José Mapril (CRIA/ISCTE-IUL)

Short Abstract
There's a gap between research in Islamic contexts and research in contexts with Muslim minorities. Assuming that it is heuristically important to seek the ethnographic continuities between what has been called the center and periphery of Islamic and Arab we invite contributions that testify to that.

Long Abstract
In the current anthropological literature, a gap seems to persist between ethnographic research carried out in Islamic contexts and that undertaken in contexts in which Muslims are minorities. This is clearly visible in theoretical terms, namely because the debates and issues raised in one context differ significantly from those in the other. In this panel, though, we assume that regardless of the specificity of each context, it is heuristically important to seek the theoretical and ethnographic continuities between what has been sometimes called the center and periphery of Islamic and Arab contexts. Themes such as translocal Islam, revivalist movements, the place of religion in the public space, Islamic education and governmentality efforts, secularism, (liberal) citizenship, consumption, ‘modernity’, ethical self fashioning, gender negotiations, political Islam, ‘correct’ Islamic practices, etc, are some of the topics that continuously affect Muslims wherever they are. In this panel we invite contributions that address such or other issues, in a way that, from an ethnographic or theoretical point of view, can give evidence for and testify to our assumption.
Comment by Guilherme L J Falleiros on August 30, 2010 at 5:56pm
Chamada para textos sobre exogamia, sexualidade e religião:
Comment by Rita de Sousa Braga e Sá on February 5, 2010 at 3:11pm
Faço minhas as palavras do Rogério... apesar de estar em Lisboa mas ter acabado de ver o anúncio.
Fico a aguardar,
Rita Sá
Comment by rogerio duarte do pateo on February 3, 2010 at 7:35pm
Oi Liliana, como vai?

a conferência sobre ativismo e culturas digitais me interessa muito. Infelizmente, como estou no Brasil, não poderei participar. Vc sabe se ha como conseguir os papers dos palestrantes?

Comment by Inês Neto Galvão on January 15, 2010 at 9:00pm

7º Congresso Ibérico de Estudos Africanos (Lisboa, 9-11 Setembro 2010)

50 anos das independências africanas: desafios para a modernidade

O Centro de Estudos Africanos (ISCTE/Instituto Universitário de Lisboa) e o Centro de Estudos Africanos da Universidade do Porto organizam o 7º Congresso Ibérico de Estudos Africanos que será acolhido pelo ISCTE/Instituto Universitário de Lisboa entre 9 e 11 de Setembro de 2010.

Convidam-se todos os interessados a apresentarem propostas de painéis para um dos temas dos plenários propostos. A organização dará preferência a painéis co-organizados por elementos de diferentes instituições universitárias e de investigação.

As línguas oficiais do Congresso são o português, espanhol e inglês, podendo os painéis ser apresentados em qualquer destes idiomas.

As propostas de painéis, incluíndo o nome dos organizadores e um abstract de 1000 caracteres, deverão ser enviadas para:

Datas a lembrar:
10 de Dezembro a 20 de Janeiro: call for panels
15 de Fevereiro: comunicação dos painéis aceites
20 de Fevereiro a 30 de Março: call for papers
30 de Abril: comunicação dos papers aceites

Mais informações em:
Comment by David Picard on December 2, 2009 at 5:45pm
CFP: Tourism and Seductions of Difference, Lisbon, Portugal, 10-12 Sept 2010

Dear colleagues and friends,
I thought you may be interested in first conference of the OAC group, Tourism-Contact-Culture, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal from 10 to 12 Sept 2010. A CFP is now open. The event will be jointly hosted by CRIA (Lisbon) and the CTCC (Leeds).

For those of you who wish to get involved in the organisation, we will shortly (probably before Christmas) organise a first contact meeting in Lisbon, during which the event will be presented and possible cooperations being discussed. Information on this meeting event will shortly be advertised here.

Please find further information on this event on the website of CRIA ( and in the event section of this site.

Best wishes
David Picard
Comment by Francisco Duarte on November 18, 2009 at 8:53pm
Um iniciativa muito interessante. Acho, sinceramente, que deveria ir o máximo de gente possível. Com o tempo poderemos criar uma comunidade que legitime a antrop médica neste país tão atrasado em tantas coisas.

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