GASK239, 13:00—14:30, Tuesdays, All are welcome!
17 January: Henrike Donner, Goldsmiths
"Beyond elites: why anthropologists should study the middle class"
24 January: Ross Wignall, Sussex
"Belonging without Believing?: Making Space for Marginal Masculinities at the Young Men’s Christian Association in the UK and The Gambia"
31 January: Pat Caplan, Goldsmiths
"Win-win? Food poverty, food aid and food surplus in the UK today"
07 February: Melissa Parker, LSHTM
"The really invisible children: reintegration, rejection and disappearance after life with the Lord's Resistance Army in northern Uganda"
13 February: READING WEEK – no seminar
21 February: Frances Pine, Goldsmiths
"Rethinking the household in a time of migration: problems of money, movement & place"
28 February: Andrew Beatty, Brunel University London
"Undisciplined squads of emotion"
07 March: Sohini Kar, LSE
"Systemic Enfolding: Microfinance and Everyday Financial Risk in India"
14 March: Eric Hirsch Brunel University London
"Stranger-kings in the Papuan highlands: power and myth among the Fuyuge"
21 March: Sazana Jayadeva, GIGA Institute of Asian Studies
"Below English Line: The English language and class in post-liberalisation India"
28 March: Denis Regnier, Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique (F.R.S.-FNRS)
"The cultural transmission of social essentialism: a view from Madagascar"