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2019

Visiting Researcher: Dr Chihiro Nakayashiki

We are pleased to introduce a new visiting researcher, Dr Chihiro Nakayashiki who will be an academic visitor for the next year. [07 Dec 2019]

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Visiting Student: Andrea Wojcik

This month we welcome Andrea Wojcik as a visiting research student at the University of Edinburgh until Dec. 5, 2019. She is keen to connect with staff and students with shared interests during her time here. You can contact her on: a.wojcik@maastrichtuniversity.nl. [14 Nov 2019]

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Leah Eades wins Graduate Student Paper Award

Edinburgh's PhD student Leah Eades has won the Council on Anthropology & Reproduction 2019 Graduate Paper Award. [04 Nov 2019]

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EAS Themes: A Virtual Journal

Issue 1, November 2019 [04 Nov 2019]

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Edinburgh Anthropology Showcase: Issue 2

New and recent works by Edinburgh Anthropology staff and graduate students [04 Nov 2019]

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EAS: Edinburgh Anthropology Showcase

Issue 1, Sept 2019 [17 Sep 2019]

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Futureproofing Anthropology

Edinburgh Social Anthropology runs a weekly seminar that serves as a venue to learn about cutting-edge research presented by colleagues in Edinburgh, the UK, and the world. Events are open to all. The 2019/20 seminar series is organised under the concept of ‘Futureproofing Anthropology’. How does anthropological and social science research and teaching speak to the futures of our societies? [14 Oct 2019]

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MAT is Moving to Edinburgh!

After six years of fruitful collaboration, editors Eileen Moyer and Vinh-Kim Nguyen are stepping down so that the open-access journal can flourish in the creative hands of an editorial collective based at the University of Edinburgh. Much thought has been put into the transition, and the journal’s founding values of accessibility, internationalism, generous collegiality, interdisciplinarity, and quality will remain at the core of the project. [11 Oct 2019]

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