SAI inviterer til en uke med spennende aktiviteter

Hva er SAI-UKA? Sosialantropologisk institutt (SAI) inviterer alle bachelorstudenter i sosialantropologi til SAI-UKA. Det blir en uke full av spennende aktiviteter, kurs og interessante innlegg. Der du blant annet vil få sjansen til å møte tidligere studenter som deler sine egne erfaringer fra arbeidslivet. Samtidig er det lagt opp flere kurs der du vil fåFortsett å lese «SAI inviterer til en uke med spennende aktiviteter»

Student participants wanted for documentary series about student life at UiO

This is your chance to take part in a documentary series about students at UiO! Teresia Fant, a documentary director, is currently developing a cool new documentary series that will be about BA students at UiO. Teresia hopes to get in touch with BA Social Anthropology students who would like to share some of theirFortsett å lese «Student participants wanted for documentary series about student life at UiO»

The Departmental Seminar Series features Jennifer Hays (Oct. 6th)

«Cattle, Churches, and Toilets: Intersecting barriers to land rights for a Namibian community» Jennifer Hays is a Professor in social anthropology at the Social Anthropology Program at the University of Tromsø. Abstract Former hunter-gatherers, today the Ju/hoansi of the Nyae Nyae Conservancy in northeast Namibia are the only San community in all of southern AfricaFortsett å lese «The Departmental Seminar Series features Jennifer Hays (Oct. 6th)»

The Departmental Seminar Series features Laura Ogden (Sep. 22)

«Loss and Wonder at the World’s End» Laura Ogden is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Dartmouth College.  Abstract Laura A. Ogden will present from her new book entitled Loss and Wonder at the World’s End (Duke 2021). In the book, she brings together animals, people, and things— from beavers, stolen photographs, lichen, American explorers, and bird song–to catalog theFortsett å lese «The Departmental Seminar Series features Laura Ogden (Sep. 22)»

Reading morning/ Lesemorgen (September 22nd)

Hello everyone!SAPU is continuing our reading sessions for the students of SAI. This week we are doing a Reading Morning for everyone. On Wednesday, September 22nd, from 8am to 12pm we will be doing some reading/socializing in auditorium 4 of SV. This week we will be serving coffee for those attending and the SV cafeteriaFortsett å lese «Reading morning/ Lesemorgen (September 22nd)»

The Departmental Seminar Series features Dr. Silvia Hirsch

«The impact of the pandemic in low-income neighborhoods of Argentina: a collaborative and virtual ethnography of structural inequality» Abstract In 2020 a month after the lockdown was declared by the Argentine government, the first cases of COVID-19 were detected in a highly over populated,  low-income neighborhood. The virus rapidly spread under conditions of unmet needs in housing, accessFortsett å lese «The Departmental Seminar Series features Dr. Silvia Hirsch»

Reading night/lesekveld

Hi You’all 🙂 The return of reading night sessions in social anthropology is here!!! Students will be meeting on campus Wednesday, September 15th at 16:00 to work and socialize through the evening. SAPU will provide snacks, coffee, and soda so you don’t lose your working spirit. We hope to see you there! Every single socialFortsett å lese «Reading night/lesekveld»