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Social Anthropology: News



Edinburgh Film Seminar: Roundtable

Realizing the Witch: Science, Cinema and the Mastery of the Invisible Thursday 5 November 2015 @ 17.30 - 19.00 Lecture Theatre G.03, 0 George Square, Edinburgh EH8 9JU [23 Oct 2015]

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Haxan / Realising the Witch - Halloween Event

Join us on Halloween for our Atmosphere of Haxan (1922) with live score by the improv ensemble of the Edinburgh Film Music Orchestra. Saturday 31 October 2015 @ 22.00- 23.59 Reid Concert Hall, Bristo Place, Edinburgh EH8 9AG [23 Oct 2015]

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Beyond the Human

On the 19th of October the department of Social Anthroplogy hosted a roundtable event for researchers from Aberdeen, St. Andrews and Edinburgh to discuss the role of human-nonhuman relationships in anthropology. [21 Oct 2015]

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Realizing the Witch: Science, Cinema, and the Mastery of the Invisible

Article on Dr Richard Baxstroms upcoming book, which will be available from October 31 from Fordham University Press. [14 Sep 2015]

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Professor Alan Barnard - Retirement

The Social Anthropology department will be hosting a symposium on 3 September 2015 in honour of Alan's retirement. [18 Aug 2015]

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Taster of University Life - July 2015

Pupils from state schools across the Lothians attended a programme yesterday to get a taster of what anthropology at Edinburgh University is like. [16 Jul 2015]

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STAR 2 - May 2015

Anthropology PG students at the Scottish Training in Anthropological Research residential course in beautiful Aberdeenshire [21 May 2015]

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Edinburgh Honorary Fellow short listed for prestigious award

Congratulations to Jennifer Curtis, whose book "Human Rights as War By Other Means: Peace Politics in Northern Ireland" has been shortlisted for the BBC Thinking Allowed ethnography award, presented in association with the British Sociological Association. [21 Apr 2015]

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Rhythm of the Everyday: Tbilisi Migrant Stories

Dr Richard Baxstrom completed a residency in December 2014 with the arts organisation GeoAIR in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, which resulted in the completion of a short film entitled Rhythm of the Everyday: Tbilisi Migrant Stories. [27 Mar 2015]

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Edinburgh Anthropology on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4 - Thinking Allowed [27 Mar 2015]

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