The workshop

‘Who are “we”? Reimagining alterity and affinity in anthropology’: the workshop

3-5 September 2014

Seminar Room, Division of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge

This workshop will provide a space for anthropologists and other scholars from around the world to explore the key themes of the ‘Who are “we”?’ project. The emphasis here will be on close readings of (pre-circulated) papers and extensive discussions.

Regrettably, due to funding constraints, we’ve had to limit the core participant list to 20 (invitation only). However, there will be a limited number of extra places for non-paper-giving participants – these will incur a fee of £35 to cover catering. Click here to register or get in touch with us for more information. We also plan to disseminate some of the papers and outcomes of the discussions in various ways, so stay tuned!

Click here for paper titles and abstracts and here for the provisional programme.

UPDATE: Registration for extra participants is now closed; please contact us if you have any queries about the workshop.

 

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