Events from the 01 May 2021 - 31 May 2021
What Makes Us Human?
Like many anthropologists, this is the question that provokes my anthropological imagination. Assumed capacities of the mind; language, intentionality, theory of mind and empathy have to date informed normative definitions of what makes humans exceptionally human.
05 May 2021
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Zoom - all welcome. Please register to attend.
Please join us for the talk by Prof Tom Boellstorff (University of California Irvine) hosted by our Social Anthropology Research Group on 12 May, 3 pm (UK time). Prof Boellstorff will present his fascinating new book project 'The Intellivision System: Video Game History and the Future of Platforms'.
12 May 2021
Online via Zoom
Please join us for the 2021 Robert H Layton Lecture by Prof Clarence C Gravlee: Racism and Health Inequities: Integrating the Social and Biological Sciences
19 May 2021
Please join us for Dr Elisabeth Kirtsoglou's seminar on the subject of 'Anticipatory nostalgia and nomadic temporality: chronocracy in the crypto-colony'
26 May 2021