Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Social and Cultural Studies and the Ethnography Commons are pleased to host a Special Conversation with Professor Richa Nagar, entitled ‘From Playing with Fire to Hungry Translations: Seeking justice through radical vulnerability.’ Prof Nagar has provided two readings to frame the conversation and space is limited, so RSVP to Eli Elinoff.
In this edition of '10 questions with ...' we spoke with Hayley Aikman, who is currently studying towards an Honours degree in Cultural Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington.
Science, Sparkle, Sexuality, Cyber, and calling it like it “really” is. This week's digest contends with these issues through multiple fields and contexts.
This is the first post in our new series on Public Anthropology. This post describes Carrying Our Future, a Palmerston North-based community environment group, co-founded by Dr Trisia Farrelly.
The third Annual Conference and Social Change Forum is taking place at Victoria University of Wellington from 1-3 September 2016. This is an interdisciplinary conference that will be of interest to anthropologists working in the areas of democracy, citizenship, activism, social media, refugee narratives, climate change, food security, protest, poverty, inequality, and social justice. The call for presentations is now open.