For those interested in discussing issues related to processes that generally get glossed as globalization. How do we understand globalization? Are we fruitfully engaging with studies of globalization in other disciplines?
Hi, I am from Nepal, and doing PhD at the University of Hyderabad. I am likely to develop my pre-fieldwork seminar on Ecology of Poverty and Rural Livelihood Systems. Hereby, I would like to invite you all for an open discussion.See More
1) Defines habitat in the framework of O. F. Bollnow's evolution of human space perception and 2) defines architecture in the framework of anthropology and primatology and 3) reconstructs cultural evolution with the parameters of these fields
This group intends to broaden the discussion started in the IV Congress of the Portuguese Association of Anthropology (September 2009) on 'Experiencing Social Suffering: its ambiguities and articulations'
This group is about and for action anthropology. Started by Sol Tax, action anthropology is politically and socially engaged with two core principles: non-assimilation and self-government. It is non-colonial anthropology.
To discuss contemporary developments in Latin America, explore Latin American anthropology and its potential for developing anthropological theory and understandings. Contributions in English, Spanish and Portuguese welcome.See More
Antropología de desarrollo y el postdesarrollo, Poscolonialismo, Coloneidad, Antropología Política, Antropología Urbana, Etnicidad, Antropología Rural. Antropología del Poder, Historia cultural crítica, Subalternidad
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