[CfP:] Panel at Vienna Anthropology Days (VANDA) National identities and cultural production during the dissolution of Yugoslavia and beyond

(Press release by Vanda)

Please submit a descriptive abstract (in English; max. 300 words) for one of the (numbered) sessions listed below (in order to view the session abstract, vistit the Call on Vanda's Homepage). For questions concerning the session content and internal organization, please contact the session organizer. Deadline for submisson is June 1st, 2022.

All paper abstracts will be evaluated by the respective session organizers until mid-June. Be aware that all participants need to register regularly on the website, registration will start in June. For general questions concerning abstract submission and registration please write to congress@univie.ac.at.

  • KEYNOTE: Diversity In The Anthropocene - A Biosemiotic Perspective
  • 1. “In the beginning was the deed”: From the Unconscious of Anthropology to the Anthropology of Unconsciousness
  • 2. National identities and cultural production during the dissolution of Yugoslavia and beyond
  • 3. Challenging mechanisms of exclusion - Romani mobilities and social networks in Europe and beyond
  • 4. Between protection and participation. How to do research with children on difficult subjects
  • 5. Knowledge-Transfer between Theory and Practice in Educational Anthropology
  • 6. Mediated Time and Temporalities of Media
  • 7. Exploring everyday narratives in the shadow of conflict: uncovering social meanings in the Middle East and beyond
  • 8. Campus Ethnographies
  • 9. Moving bodies, moving boundaries
  • 10. Creative Ethnography
  • 11. Taking a Break - Anthropological Reflections on Resting while Travelling
  • 12. Ethnographies of Infrastructure: Changing Work Places in Mediatized Society
  • 13. Environmental activism and citizen science in comparative perspective
  • 14. The Seasonal and the Material: Anthropology of Seasonal Practices
  • 15. Narrating older age: Reflections on the meaning of ageing
  • 16. The long-term implications of migration in the intersection of ethnicity, class, gender, and space: the Israeli case
  • 17. Ethnographic Media Practices
  • 18. Hunter-Gatherer Resilience
  • 19. Production of knowledge on climate/environmental change
  • 20. Researching environmental change from a more-than-anthropology perspective: The challenges and opportunities of interdisciplinary collaborations
  • 21. Studying who study the ‘other’: Ethnographic gaze & Ethnography from the margins
  • 22. Transforming intersections between art and environment in Oceania
  • 23. What Is the Future of Anthropological Collaboration with Russia?
  • 24. Infrastructure and the Built Environment in the Anthropocene
  • 25. Going Beyond Victimhood in studies of Child Migration (Young Scholar's Forum)
  • 26. Scale and/as the Everyday - Ethnographic perspectives on practices of scale-making (Young Scholar's Forum)
  • 27. Following the set pieces: Investigating feedback effects between powerful actors and their critics (Young Scholar's Forum)
  • 28. Imagining alternative data futures: resistance, subversion and adaption (Young Scholar's Forum)
  • 29. Waiting and State-making narratives (Young Scholar's Forum)

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