Video and Audio Gallery
Anthropology Reckons with Covid-19: Diagnosis, Testing and Global Health
Social Anthropology seminar with Dr Alice Street, Dr Shona Lee, Eva Vernooij, and Dr Michelle Taylor (November 2020)
Munro Lecture - Professor Marisol de la Cadena: 'Nature but not only. Stories from the anthropo-not-seen'
Dr Ayaz Qureshi: HIV prevention, public morality and religious leaders in Pakistan.
Social Anthropology Seminar (September 2018)
Imagining Recuration (May 2018)
Professor Tobias Kelly, Inaugural Lecture: Against Conscience (January 2018)
Professor Nasar Meer and Professor Jonathan Spencer: Anthropology & Race: A Conversation.
Social Anthropology Seminar (November 2017)
Social Science Bites (January 2016):
'The study of kinship, long the bread and butter of the anthropologist, has lost a bit of its centrality in the discipline, in large part, suggests Janet Carsten, because it became dry and fusty and associated mostly with the nuclear family. But as one of the leading exponents of what might be called the second coming of kinship studies, Carsten, a professor of social and cultural anthropology at the University of Edinburgh, has (literally) brought new blood into the field, exploring kinship’s nexus with politics, work and gender.'
BBC Radio 4: Thinking Allowed (March 2015)
Fur, family and inheritance. Siobhan Magee, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, discusses her research into the convention of passing down fur clothes from grandmother to granddaughter in the Polish middle class.