Department of Anthropology

Events

Bio-entrepreneurship and the Globalisation of Medical Experimentation

Tuesday 21 November from 15:00 until 17:00
Pevensey 1 – 2D10
Social Anthropology Research Seminar
Margaret Sleeboom-Faulkner, University of Sussex

Bio-entrepreneurship and the Globalisation of Medical Experimentation – do ethnographic examples from Asia and beyond illustrate a slippery slope?


Pathological integration, or, how East Europeans use racism to become British  

Tuesday 21 November from 15:30 until 17:00
Arts C, C333
SCMR Migration Seminar Series
Dr Jon Fox

"Pathological integration, or, how East Europeans use racism to become British."


The accidental enterprise: Ethical consumption as commerce

Wednesday 22 November from 16:00 until 17:30
Jubilee 115
MFM Research Seminar Series
Dr Kim Humphery (RMIT University, Melbourne, Victoria)

Kim Humphery has developed an international reputation for her work on the history, theorisation and politics of consumption and consumerism.


Make Change Happen | An introduction to Theatre of the Oppressed for change

Friday 24 November from 18:00 until 20:00
Arts C333 University of Sussex
Make Change Happen
Resist and Renew

"It is forbidden to walk on the grass. It is not forbidden to fly over the grass" - Augusto Boal


Photography in and of the city: three moments from the past and present of an Indian city

Tuesday 28 November from 15:00 until 17:00
Pevensey 1 – 2D10
Social Anthropology Research Seminar
Marcus Banks, University of Oxford

Photography in and of the city: three moments from the past and present of an Indian city.


Migration Matters : Global Challenges

Wednesday 29 November from 10:00 until 19:00
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, University of Sussex
5th SCMR-JEMS Annual Conference

Migration Matters : Global Challenges 5th SCMR-JEMS Annual Conference


Workshop 3: Data Representation and Data Modelling

Wednesday 29 November from 16:00 until 18:00
Digital Humanities Lab - Silverstone Building (Second Floor)
Sussex Humanities Lab Digital Methods Open Workshop Series
Sharon Webb

This workshop will introduce the theory of data modelling and the process by which we translate 'objects', or real world entities, into 'data'.


Rethinking popular authoritarianism: coercion and class in British state liberalism

Tuesday 5 December from 15:00 until 17:00
Pev 1 – 2D10
Social Anthropology Research Seminar
Insa Koch, London School of Economics

Rethinking popular authoritarianism: coercion and class in British state liberalism.


Iron Age Memory vs Roman Metaphor; re-reading the archaeology of a client kingdom.

Thursday 25 January from 19:00 until 20:30
Fulton Building Lecture Theatre A
University of Sussex Archaeological Society Lectures
Gordon Heydon

This lecture reassesses the impact of imperial Rome on landscape and material culture, and the annexation of the Hampshire/Sussex client kingdom.


Masters Open Day

Wednesday 28 February from 12:00 until 17:00
Campus

The annual Masters Open Day is an excellent opportunity to meet faculty and Masters students and find out if a Masters is right for you.