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Sheyma Buali
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http://humanette.blogspot.com/

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Sheyma Buali commented on Norman Schräpel's group Visual Anthropology
"I have been searching for an article entitled "natives shoot back" which takes a critical look at anthropologists practices of giving cameras to their native/subjects.  I cannot seem to find it, or anything about this practice,…"
Feb 10, 2013
Sheyma Buali joined Joshua Smith's group
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decolonizing anthropology

Decolonizing anthropology is a group committed to interrogating and critiquing anthropology. It is a forum that begins with colonialism(s) as a given and opens up the possibilities for a non-colonial anthropology.
Sep 9, 2012
Sheyma Buali left a comment for Joshua Smith
"thanks for that, i think that 'The Social Life of Stories' will be very helpful.  Thanks suggesting it!"
Sep 9, 2012
Sheyma Buali left a comment for John McCreery
"sounds great, thanks a lot for the suggestion! im looking at it and it shall indeed be helpful!"
Sep 9, 2012
Sheyma Buali left a comment for Erin B. Taylor
"Thanks for the suggestion! I am looking for it around the internet right now.  It is always good to have examples from other parts of the world. Of course silencing and power have a lot to do with what I am talking about too. "
Sep 8, 2012
Sheyma Buali commented on RA Kashani's group Historical Anthropology
"Does anyone have recommendations for readings on the influence of historical narratives on societies?  For example, I come from Bahrain where there is a very weak commonly accepted historical narrative.  I feel that…"
Sep 8, 2012
Sheyma Buali commented on Francine Barone's group Urban Anthropology
"Thanks Keith, that's very supportive! Very much appreciated"
Feb 9, 2012
Sheyma Buali commented on Francine Barone's group Urban Anthropology
"Someone Clap For Me is a feature documentary film about the lives and work of contemporary Ugandan poets and hip hop artists. With more than forty-four ethnic groups, each with its own unique language and culture, Uganda has various rich oral…"
Feb 8, 2012
Sheyma Buali commented on Michael Yorke's group Anthropological Filmmaking
"Someone Clap For Me is a feature documentary film about the lives and work of contemporary Ugandan poets and hip hop artists. With more than forty-four ethnic groups, each with its own unique language and culture, Uganda has various rich oral…"
Feb 8, 2012
Sheyma Buali commented on Norman Schräpel's group Visual Anthropology
"Someone Clap For Me is a feature documentary film about the lives and work of contemporary Ugandan poets and hip hop artists. With more than forty-four ethnic groups, each with its own unique language and culture, Uganda has various rich oral…"
Feb 8, 2012
Sheyma Buali commented on Norman Schräpel's group Visual Anthropology
"wondering if there are any London-based visual anthropologists focusing on the Saharawis"
Dec 13, 2011
Sheyma Buali posted a status
"wondering if there are any London-based visual anthropologists focusing on the Saharawis"
Dec 13, 2011
Sheyma Buali commented on Mylene Hengen's group Art and Anthropology
"am thinking of the debate between art and ethnography, mainly in the context of experimental documentation. Any ideas?"
May 18, 2011
Sheyma Buali commented on Norman Schräpel's group Visual Anthropology
"today's serge of heritage-based films being produced in the Gulf are working like a retro-active documentation of a people's own culture: http://humanette.blogspot.com/2011/05/gulf-voices-review-in-kalimat-magazine.html"
May 6, 2011
Sheyma Buali commented on Judith Beyer's group Photoethnography
"as someone looking to create visual ethnographies of place, i often find myself unsure if my work can be categorized as anthropology or art. my portfolio in progress: http://cargocollective.com/sheymabuali I welcome comments"
Apr 25, 2011
Sheyma Buali commented on Norman Schräpel's group Visual Anthropology
"as someone looking to create visual ethnographies of place, i often find myself unsure if my work can be categorized as anthropology or art. my portfolio in progress: http://cargocollective.com/sheymabuali I welcome comments"
Apr 24, 2011

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At 6:24am on November 8, 2010, Ricardo Greene said…
Thanks, Sheyma, you are more than welcome to join, and invite your friends and contacts! We are trying to gather more support (and hopefully some funds too) to launch the "proper" website, with many features we are eager to offer :) I'll keep you posted!
At 9:25am on June 27, 2010, Francisco said…
At 11:52am on May 20, 2010, Michael Yorke said…
Sheyma. Follow the instruction on that page, "For more details or to book visit www.insighteducation.org.uk or email infoinsighteducation.org.uk .and sign up to the InSight newsletter at www.insighteducation.org.uk . 20% discounts available for concessions.
At 10:27pm on May 9, 2010, Alexandre Enkerli said…
Exploration is a useful mode. I think people spend too little time in it, so people like us are balancing things out.
At 6:32pm on April 17, 2010, Mouaz Al-khatib said…
Dear Sheyma .. Salam A'alekum and thanks for your welcome, hopping to have some good projects to do in future ..
kindest regards ..
Mouaz
At 4:10pm on April 15, 2010, Michael O'Neal said…
Good to hear from you, Sheyma.

I imagine that you are aware of the International Small Islands Studies Association (http://www.geol.utas.edu.au/isisa/) ? If not, you may subscribe to their listserve by sending a blank e-mail to .

All the best,
M.
At 10:29am on April 8, 2010, Francisco said…
You are wellcome
At 11:36am on April 7, 2010, Francisco said…
Sheyma, the next workshop is perhaps of your interest

http://sites.google.com/site/geoganmodgolocal2010/
At 8:09pm on January 23, 2010, gonçalo mota said…
hello Sheyma,

this film "music walk" was not exactly a part of an anthropological research, it happened in the context of the Collective Amnesia 2009, its a encounter part of the Anamnesis project, that deals with cinema, sound and oral tradition. last year three groups of young artists, from Belgium, Italy and Portugal gather one week in the belgian Westhoek, to make audiovisual and sound works about this particular region. the results were very circunstancial and they were simple approaches to the region and his people. some people went more experimental and other explored more the documentary style, making small portraits of the villagers where we stayed. im my vimeo page theres another film, made in this context "Au monde de mille coleurs"
At 3:21pm on January 23, 2010, Aris Anagnostopoulos said…
hi Sheyma, sorry for not replying to your message earlier on, but i had the alerts for new friends switched off! (d'oh!) Your work looks mighty interesting, gimme a shout when you read this, we certainly have a lot to talk about!

Best wishes,
aris
 
 
 

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