© 2017, Tereza Kuldova

 

 

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

© Carrie Sloan

https://www.flickr.com/photos/50568517@N00/4737642048

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

February 22, 2019

EDITORIAL

Tereza Kuldova

Sovereignty is a special issue that emerged out of the conference panel titled Sovereignty in an Unequal World at the VANDA: Vienna Anthropology Days Conference 2018, which I have organized on behalf of the Extreme Anthropology Research Network. Others have joined us along the way, as the idea of this issue caught on. 

In this issue, the reader will find a range of articles dealing with the concept and meaning of sovereignty, often from radically different perspectives. Kate Tudor has interviewed and researched the wor...

February 8, 2019

We are pleased to share the news of our Journal of Extreme Anthropology being now listed in DOAJ! 

November 9, 2018

As part of the forthcoming interdisciplinary special issue of the Journal of Extreme Anthropology devoted to the idea of Sovereignty and its different manifestations, we are happy to present you with an ethnographic movie by Laura Kuer and Yury Snigirev, Our Freedom

Read about the movie below and watch here: 

“OUR FREEDOM”: SOVEREIGNTY IN CONTEMPORARY RURAL RUSSIA

By Laura Kuen and Yury Snigirev

Abstract
Our Freedom, the 52 min. documentary film explores everyday forms of individual freedom in contemporary rural Russia. Living remot...

June 22, 2018

As part of the forthcoming interdisciplinary special issue of the Journal of Extreme Anthropology devoted to the idea of Sovereignty and its different manifestations, we are happy to present you with a radiophonic ethnodrama 'Smith in Belfast' dealing with 'the Troubles' in Northern Ireland, written by Paul Antick with sounds by Jo Langton. 

Smith in Belfast: A Radiophonic Ethnodrama

Words and Vocals: Paul Antick

Sounds: Jo Langton

A new 25 minute radiophonic ethnodrama by Paul Antick and Jo Langton, Smith in Belfast is the account of one man's...

May 2, 2018

Our new special issue is now published, you can read the whole issue here:

https://www.journals.uio.no/index.php/JEA/issue/view/586 

Extreme Masculinities 2 is the second special issue that emerged out of the international conference Extreme Masculinities, which I have organized on behalf of the Extreme Anthropology Research Network (www.extreme-anthropology.com) at the University of Vienna between 28th September and 1st October 2017. 

In this issue, you will find a range of articles on exciting and thought-provoking topics. First, Japhy Wilso...

December 21, 2017

Extreme Masculinities 1 is a special issue that emerged out of the international conference Extreme Masculinities, which I have organized on behalf of the Extreme Anthropology Research Network (www.extreme-anthropology.com) at the University of Vienna between 28th September and 1st October 2017. This is the first of two special issues of JEA devoted to the topic.

In this issue, you will find a range of articles on exciting and thought-provoking topics. Henrik H. Mikkelsen explores the dynamics of headhunting among the Bugkalot in the Ph...

September 16, 2017

Special Student Issue Artists' Waste, Wasted Artists has been now published and can be downloaded at the journal website.

CONTENTS

I. ARTWORLDS
Glocalization: An Analytical Path Towards Inclusive Contemporary Art?

Lina Abazine - artist: Vooria Aria (6-12)
Resisting the Pressures of the Global Art Market
Marko Saranovic - artist: Christian Ruschitzka (13-20)
‘Poor Theatre’, Russian Avant-garde and the Art of Anna Bochkova Sophia Oberrauch - artist: Anna Bochkova (21-25)
On the Art World, Museum ‘Prisons’ and Artistic Freedom
Lidia Martínez Pére...

September 16, 2017

Our first issue has been published now, you can download the whole issue at the journal website.

CONTENTS

Articles

In Shit We Stand United

Solidarity and Separation on the Lower Grounds

Robert Pfaller (6-17)

Excremental Art

Small Wonder in a World Full of Shit

Jojada Verrips (19-46)

Abjection Interrogated

Uncovering The Relation Between Abjection and Disgust

Rina Arya (48-61)

Translation 

Dark Matter: The History of Shit

Florian Werner (63-80)

Shortcuts

Knee-Deep in Ideology

Slavoj Žižek (82-83) 

The Ugly, the Bad, and the Good
Bullshit as Discourse, Accurse...

April 11, 2017

Journal of Extreme Anthropology has published now several pieces through its OnlineFirst system, all of which will later appear in its special issues. The readers can already enjoy a brilliant article by Rina Arya on the distinction between abjection and disgust from our forthcoming special issue Theses on Faeces: Encounters with the Abject (click here to access the PDF). In the same issue a translation from German will appear, also already available, of two chapters from Florian Werner's exciting book Dark Matter: The History of Shit (tran...

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