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László Fosztó added a discussion to the group Anthropology in/of Central-Eastern Europe
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CfP: Ways of Understanding, Misunderstanding and Not Understanding People

Compaso - Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and SociologyCfP: Ways of Understanding, Misunderstanding and Not Understanding Peoplehttp://compaso.eu/2012/07/13/cfp-understanding-people/Deadline for manuscript submission: 15 September 2012Send articles, research notes and book reviews to: compaso@compaso.euSocial research relies on our claims…See More
Aug 15, 2012

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Apr 15, 2012
László Fosztó added a discussion to the group Call for Papers
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CfP: Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology - Compaso

Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology - Compasohttp://compaso.ro/Call for Papers: Empirical EvidenceDeadline for submission of papers: May 30th, 2011Send articles, research notes and book reviews to:journal[dot]compaso[at]gmail[dot]comThe Journal invites contributions to its fourth issue: Empirical evidence.Sociology and anthropology assume various epistemologies that informthe process of knowledge production. Frequently, yet…See More
Apr 10, 2011
László Fosztó added a discussion to the group Anthropology in/of Central-Eastern Europe
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Call for Papers: on Intimate Relationships

Call for Papers for an issue onIntimate RelationshipsIntimacy is an important component of social life. People form diverse relationshipsof various degrees of intimacy; however, the boundaries between them are oftenambiguous. Distinction between friendship and love, for instance, has beenintensively addressed in the debates about homosexuality, though a relation betweenthese two forms of intimacy can be questioned in the case of heterosexualrelationships as well. The concepts we use for…See More
Dec 13, 2010
László Fosztó added a discussion to the group Anthropology of Virtual Worlds and MMORPGs
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CfP [Compaso] Special Issue: Online lives

Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and SociologySpecial issue: Online livesSubmissions: April 30, 2010http://compaso.roThe Journal invites contributions for its second issue: “Online lives”. Submitted articles and research notes should explore online experiences from a comparative perspective, including such topics as construction of identities, relationships and social networks, privacy and use of personal information, personal and professional…See More
Feb 15, 2010
László Fosztó added a discussion to the group Digital Anthropology
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CfP: [Compaso] Special issue: Online lives

Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and SociologySpecial issue: Online livesSubmissions: April 30, 2010http://compaso.roThe Journal invites contributions for its second issue: “Online lives”. Submitted articles and research notes should explore online experiences from a comparative perspective, including such topicsas construction of identities, relationships and social networks,privacy and use of personal information, personal and…See More
Feb 15, 2010
László Fosztó added a discussion to the group Call for Papers
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CfP: Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology

Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and SociologySpecial issue: Online livesSubmissions: April 30, 2010http://compaso.roThe Journal invites contributions for its second issue: “Online lives”. Submitted articles and research notes should explore online experiences from a comparative perspective, including such topics as construction of identities, relationships and social networks, privacy and use of personal information, personal and professional…See More
Feb 15, 2010
John McCreery replied to László Fosztó's discussion anthropology of religion in Eastern Europe in the group Anthropology of Religion
"László, thank you for this post. As someone who is being drawn back into the study of Chinese popular religion, this issue of Studia Sociological is immensely useful for the comparative perspective it provides. The history of religion…"
Dec 9, 2009
László Fosztó added a discussion to the group Anthropology in/of Central-Eastern Europe
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new Journal issue

STUDIA UNIVERSITATIS (academic Journal of the Babes-Bolyai University,Cluj, Romania) has just published its december issues (see http://www.studia.ubbcluj.ro/arhiva/ultimele.php)The Studia Sociologia issue is about Antrhopology and Sociology ofReligion in Romania and Eastern Europe (direct link: http://www.studia.ubbcluj.ro/download/pdf/466.pdf)greetings,Laszlo FosztoSee More
Dec 4, 2009
László Fosztó added a discussion to the group Anthropology of Religion
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antropology of religion in Eastern Europe

STUDIA UNIVERSITATIS (academic Journal of the Babes-Bolyai University,Cluj, Romania) has just published its december issues (see http://www.studia.ubbcluj.ro/arhiva/ultimele.php)The Studia Sociologia issue is about Antrhopology and Sociology ofReligion in Romania and Eastern Europe (direct link: http://www.studia.ubbcluj.ro/download/pdf/466.pdf)greetings,Laszlo FosztoSee More
Dec 4, 2009
László Fosztó replied to László Fosztó's discussion A new on-line journal - Call for Papers in the group Anthropology in/of Central-Eastern Europe
"This is a Journal edited in Romania. That is already a connection :-) Of course materials will be published (if received) about other regions as well as it is comapartive. This is an e-jounal fo the moment, I think, it is published on-line. "
Dec 3, 2009
NIKOS GOUSGOUNIS replied to László Fosztó's discussion A new on-line journal - Call for Papers in the group Anthropology in/of Central-Eastern Europe
"Dear Laszlo Is there any specific connection of this theme of WOMEN AND MEN in your journal with anthropology of South-Eastern Europe ? I mean the paradigms must be only from this area ? Also,this is an e-journal or a published one ?"
Dec 2, 2009
László Fosztó added a discussion to the group Anthropology in/of Central-Eastern Europe
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A new on-line journal - Call for Papers

Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology & Sociologyhttp://compaso.wordpress.com/The Journal invites contributions for its first issue: “Women and Men”. Submitted articles and research notes should explore differences and similarities in experiences and perspectives of women and men around the globe, in various historical and cultural contexts. Papers that illustrate, explain and discuss the gendered construction of social institutions and…See More
Nov 30, 2009
László Fosztó added a discussion to the group Call for Papers
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A new on-line journal in Romania: Call for Papers

http://compaso.wordpress.com/The Journal invites contributions for its first issue: “Women and Men”. Submitted articles and research notes should explore differences and similarities in experiences and perspectives of women and men around the globe, in various historical and cultural contexts. Papers that illustrate, explain and discuss the gendered construction of social institutions and individual life trajectories are welcome.This issue aims to…See More
Nov 30, 2009
László Fosztó updated their profile
Jun 5, 2009

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Laci
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The Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities
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At 9:48am on June 3, 2009, Keith Hart said…
Laszlo,

Very good to hear from you. I am going to start an Open Policy Forum in the Discussion Groups section today. Inevitably copyright is going to come up and we have to discuss it. You might like to check out the last part of the About page on The Memory Bank. My strategy has always been one of "mice in the basement": if you don't make much noise and especially money, they will leave you alone. But you can see that this will not work for the OAC, which will hit 500 members today and could be 000s by the end of this month. My recommendation in the meantime is to keep it quiet. Don't invite attention to whatever you do. Plead ignorance if caught and look for ways of avoiding prosecution, if they do catch you. I hope you will post something like the comment you sent to me when the copyright discussion is up. Keith
At 8:01pm on June 2, 2009, Vlad Naumescu said…
ce activ virtual esti Laci! :)
 
 
 

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