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Athens: Social Meltdown VIDEO
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An ethnographically informed approach to the social meltdown in Athens of crisis. This video is linked with the preparations for an ESRC/Future Research…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dimitris Dalakoglou Oct 23, 2012.

 

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"Dalakoglou D. The Crisis before the Crisis. in Social Justice http://www.academia.edu/3073023/The_Crisis_Before_The_Crisis_"
Aug 10, 2013
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Nov 4, 2012
Dimitris Dalakoglou replied to Dimitris Dalakoglou's discussion Athens: Social Meltdown VIDEO
"Apropos, the video now has Greek subtitles. best Dimitris"
Oct 23, 2012
NIKOS GOUSGOUNIS replied to Dimitris Dalakoglou's discussion Athens: Social Meltdown VIDEO
"Remember what we were discussing here in OAC 2 years ago on this matter.This topic sounds to be only political from alpha to omega and participant observation methods are too much outdated for this sort of political events studies"
Oct 11, 2012
Keith Hart replied to Dimitris Dalakoglou's discussion Athens: Social Meltdown VIDEO
"No they don't, but it would be weird if they never took up political questions."
Oct 10, 2012
NIKOS GOUSGOUNIS replied to Dimitris Dalakoglou's discussion Athens: Social Meltdown VIDEO
"So, anthropologists have to act politically, is that the only real future of anthropology ?"
Oct 10, 2012
Dimitris Dalakoglou replied to Dimitris Dalakoglou's discussion Athens: Social Meltdown VIDEO
"Hi Paul, You are right, but survival strategies are political as well, often very explicitly political, for example in Greece these days a part of humanitarian action in Greece is undertaken by the extreme-right with a very specific…"
Oct 9, 2012
Dimitris Dalakoglou added a discussion to the group Call for Papers
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The urban at a time of crisis; transformations of public spaces in crisis-ridden cities CALL for PAPERS

Call for PanelistsAssociation of American Geographers Annual MeetingLos Angeles, California, April 9-13, 2013Session Title: The urban at a time of crisis; transformations of public spaces in crisis-ridden citiesOrganizers:Antonis Vradis, London School of Economics, UKDimitris Dalakoglou, University of Sussex, UKThe session aims to bring together critical geographers and researchers from affiliated disciplines examining transformations of public spaces in crisis-ridden cities, with a particular…See More
Oct 9, 2012
Dimitris Dalakoglou added a discussion to the group Urban Anthropology
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Call for Panelists: The urban at a time of crisis; transformations of public spaces in crisis-ridden cities

Call for Panelists Association of American Geographers Annual MeetingLos Angeles, California, April 9-13, 2013 Session Title: The urban at a time of crisis; transformations of public spaces in crisis-ridden citiesOrganizers: Antonis Vradis, London School of Economics, UK Dimitris Dalakoglou, University of Sussex, UK The session aims to bring together critical geographers and researchers from affiliated disciplines examining transformations of public spaces in crisis-ridden cities, with a…See More
Oct 3, 2012
Paul Wilson replied to Dimitris Dalakoglou's discussion Athens: Social Meltdown VIDEO
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Oct 3, 2012
Dimitris Dalakoglou replied to Dimitris Dalakoglou's discussion Athens: Social Meltdown VIDEO
"Thank you Keith,  Jurgen and Nathan for your comments.  Some brief points on your comments: I think that what we are observing at the moment is an expansion of an extreme neoliberal regime to the periphery of…"
Oct 3, 2012
Dimitris Dalakoglou posted a video

Athens: Social Meltdown

Dr Dimitris Dalakoglou explains the social meltdown which took place in Greece between May 2010 & June 2012 that is on going. This film contains videos and photos shot on the streets, often containing violence and paints a portrait of widespread…
Sep 30, 2012
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Sep 30, 2012
Dimitris Dalakoglou added a discussion to the group Material Cultures
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ROADS & ANTHROPOLOGY

Roads and Anthropology Special Issue of Mobilities Edited by D. Dalakoglou & P. HarveyRoads elicit powerful temporal imaginaries, holding out the promise (or threat) of future connectivity, while also articulating the political and material histories that often render these otherwise mundane spaces so controversial. The ethnographic studies that we have gathered here all take advantage of the possibilities that roads offer to those with an interest in the empirical exploration of…See More
Sep 14, 2012

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At 6:46pm on July 5, 2010, Francine Barone said…
Thanks, Dimitris. I'm adding your groups to the list now.

I'm also interested in cross-border landscapes and I've downloaded one of your papers to read. I did my fieldwork in Spain near to the French/Spanish border in northern Catalonia.
At 6:27pm on July 5, 2010, Francine Barone said…
Hi Dimitris,

Welcome to the OAC. Thanks for joining Urban Anthropology. Please feel free to comment, introduce yourself or start a new discussion.

The two groups you've created look interesting. I can't say I've heard of the anthropology of roads before, and it's always nice to be introduced to new things here. Once you've added a description for each group, I'll add them to the OAC Group index (http://oac.collected.info). All new discussions and comments will then appear on that page so that everyone can contribute.
 
 
 

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