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Seminar – 20 February – Nicola Scardigno

February 8th, 2018 by anna.c

ALL WELCOME Tuesday 20 February 2018 4.30–6.00 Mond Building Seminar Room Nicola Scardigno Polytechnic of Bari Definition of a Tool for Landscapes’ Systemic-Scalar Reading: Classification Hypothesis of the Mongolian Landscapes With respect to multiple theories and interpretations within which the ‘concept of landscape’ oscillates, this research attempts to re-define the notion, bringing it back to […]

Seminar – 6 February – Chima Michael Anyadike-Danes

January 25th, 2018 by anna.c

ALL WELCOME Tuesday 6 February 2018 4.30–6.00 Mond Building Seminar Room Chima Michael Anyadike-Danes University of California, Irvine Trucking with Time: The Emergence of New Mongolian Mobilities in America  How do time, space, and movement weave together shaping the lives of Mongolian migrants to Los Angeles? And what does this reveal about life and labour […]

Visiting Scholars – Lent 2018

January 18th, 2018 by anna.c

Lent Term 2018 We welcome the following visiting scholars this term – September  2017 – August 2018: Chen Xiangjun, South-Central University for Nationalities (SCUN), Hubei province, China ‘Nomadic Society of the Altai Steppes: Environmental and Visual Anthropology’ October  2017 – October 2018: Uranchimeg Ujeed ‘Mongolian Spiritual Culture including Buddhism, shamanism, popular beliefs and folklore’ Research […]

Lunchtime talk and discussion – 24 January – Charlie Kennel

January 18th, 2018 by anna.c

  Mond Building Seminar Room, Free School Lane, Cambridge CB2 3RF Wednesday 24 January 2018, 12.00–1.00 Professor Charlie Kennel Emeritus Professor, Scripps Institute of Oceanography University of California San Diego Fire and Fury along the California Coast

Seminar – 23 January – Marissa Smith

January 8th, 2018 by anna.c

ALL WELCOME Tuesday 23 January 2018 4.30–6.00 Mond Building Seminar Room Marissa Smith De Anza College, Cupertino, California Making a Master: Monumental Construction on a Pasture of Cultural Production Recent scholarship on subnational identity, territoriality, and power in Inner Asia has emphasized its basis in forms of asymmetrical relation (“ruler” and “subject,” “owner” and “custodian,” […]