The latest instalment of Graduate Stories features Evelyn Walford-Bourke, who is studying towards a MA in Cultural Anthropology at Te Whare Wānanga o Te Ūpoko o Te Ika a Māui (Victoria University of Wellington).
If you’re in Auckland or Wellington on Thursday 4 October, check out these two anthropology seminars. In Auckland, Alex Pavlotski will give a seminar on “Neuroanthropology of parkour: Adaptation, stress, and the city. In Wellington, Dr Caroline Bennett will give a seminar entitled “Stories-so-far: the meanings in space at Cambodian mass grave memorials.” All welcome!
We are pleased to invite applications to the Kākano Fund from students enrolled during 2018 in a degree course for a BA Hons or MA in Social and/or Cultural Anthropology (consideration will also be given to PhD students if funding permits). Applications are due by 31 October 2018.
In this episode of ‘10 questions with …’ we chat with with Associate Professor Jenny Bryant-Tokalau about her new book Indigenous Pacific Approaches to Climate Change: Pacific Island Countries (2018), which is a companion to Dr Lyn Carter’s recently released book.
Registration for the 2018 ASAA/NZ Conference, ‘Improvising Lives,’ is now open. The conference will be held on 6-7 December at Massey University’s Wellington Campus, Wallace Street, Mt Cook, Wellington.