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Founder: Tereza Kuldova, PhD

 

University of Oslo

Norway

 

tereza.kuldova@iakh.uio.no

 

 

 

March 1, 2019

CFP Special Issue of the Journal of Extreme Anthropology

Treating Addictions 

On Failures, Harms, and Hopes of Success

Guest editors:    Aleksandra Bartoszko VID Specialized University

                          Paul Christensen Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

PDF of the CFP can be downloaded here

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Addiction, recovery, and treatment are contested cultural categories shaped by medical dictates, political constraints...

January 3, 2019

On behalf of The Journal of Culture, a peer-reviewed anthropological journal published by the Institute of Ethnology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, we share the following Call for Papers for a forthcoming special issue on Oppositional Subcultures, edited by Tereza Kuldova. 

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Oppositional Subcultures

Mobilizing Rage and Anti-Establishment Resentment

This monothematic issue of The Journal of Culture shall analyze more closely ‘oppositional subcultures’ – be they growing, commodified, decaying or bygone – where r...

November 14, 2018

On behalf of the EASA Anthropology of Security Network we are pleased to share the Call for Papers for the forthcoming conference Security and Morality: Critical Anthropological and Historical Perspectives organised at the University of Oslo, March 28-29, 2019

EASA Anthropology of Security Network Conference 2019

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March 28 – 29, 2019

University of Oslo, Norway

Security and Morality

Critical Anthropological and Historical Perspectives

Security is omnipresent in today’s politics and media; we are bombarded with...

May 2, 2018

Consider submitting an abstract for this wonderful conference in Ghent, Belgium, on innovative methods in the study of deviance! Conference proceedings will be published in the Journal of Extreme Anthropology. 

From the conference announcement: 

Given the particular sensitivities of much research on deviance and social control (accessing hidden populations, researching sensitive topics and transgressive practices, etc.), methodological discussions have been ongoing in this thematic field since its inception. In recent decades, developments in...

May 2, 2018

Extreme Anthropology Research Network is organizing a panel at the Vienna Anthropology Days Conference 2018. The proceedings will be published in a special issue on Sovereignty of the Journal of Extreme Anthropology. 

Sovereignty in an Unequal World

The notion of sovereignty understood as the authority of the state to govern over its territory has been resuscitated both on the Left and the Right, from Podemos to Trump, thus taking once again the center stage in political debates. We could ask if we can imagine a progressive vision of politica...

January 3, 2018

Download PDF with the CFP here

Call for Papers

Special Issue on Sovereignty 

The notion of sovereignty understood as the authority of the state to govern over its territory, has been resuscitated both on the Left and the Right, from Podemos to Trump, thus taking once again the center stage in political debates. We could ask if we can imagine a progressive vision of political sovereignty, such as the one sketched by William Mitchell and Thomas Fazi in their recent book, Reclaiming the State. But we may as well want to inquire into the general n...

January 12, 2017

Call for Papers - Extreme Masculinity (Special Issue)

JEA: Journal of Extreme Anthropology is now inviting submissions for a special issue to be published in December 2017 on the topic of Extreme Masculinities. The special issue will be primarily devoted to explorations of contemporary extreme forms of staging masculinity in relation to the political economy of neoliberalism. However, historically informed comparative pieces are also invited. Conceiving of anthropology in the broadest sense as the study of human, the journal is open to all d...

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