Upcoming Conference

Anthropological Association of Ireland
and the Department of Anthropology, Maynooth University, Maynooth

Anthropology in Practice: Research, Methods and Theory

21st of April, 2018
11.00am - 7.00 pm
Venue: MUSSI Seminar Room on the second floor of the IONTAS, North Campus, Maynooth University
Each presentation will last 20 minutes and be followed by 5 minutes of questions

 

11.00-11.25
Manon Capo, PhD Student in Social Anthropology, EHESS, Paris.
Being Adopted. An Exploration on Reflexive Ethnography

11.25-11.50
Magdalena Tendera, PhD candidate Jagiellonian University, Kraków Institute of Sociology Social Anthropology Dept.
Bio-Politics of Student Protests – Some Remarks on the Research Project in the Balkans 

11.50-12.15
Dr Kayla Rush, Queen’s University Belfast
Sensing Theory? Exploring the Role of the Aesthetic in Anthropological Analysis

12.15-12.40
Dr Rina Schiller, Honorary Lecturer, Queen's University Belfast
Migrating Music: A Cross-Cultural Perspective of Traditional Irish Music in Europe 

12.40-1.00 Break

1.00-1.25
Dr Steve Coleman, Department of Anthropology, Maynooth University
What Are Cultural Forms?

1.25-1.50
Rachel Phillips-Jackson, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, Maynooth University
More Than A Game: An Anthropological Study of a Gaming Community in Ireland

1.50-2.00
Dr Jamie Saris, Department of Anthropology, Maynooth University
Discussion/Review

2.00-3.00 Break

3.00-3.25
Dr Eileen Hogan, Lecturer in Social Policy, School of Applied Social Studies, University College Cork
Martin O’Connor, Collection Development & Management - Content & Access Boole Library,  University College Cork
The Sir Henrys Exhibition: Popular Music Cultures, Material Artefacts, Memory, and Heritage-Making 

3.25-3.50
Dr Cormac Sheehan, Department of General Practice, UCC, Cork
We Are Woodstock: Skyping Memories of the Greatest Festival of All Time… Fifty Years On…

3.50-4.15
Professor Amin Sharifi Isaloo, Department of Sociology, University College Cork
Liminality in Early Career Academics: An Autoethnography of Uncertainty 

4.15-4.40
Emma Maguire, Ray Griffin, and Collette Kirwan. Waterford Institute of Technology
Towards an Ethnography of the Making of the Irish Charities Act (2009): New Concerns for Ethnography

4.40-5.00 Break

5.00-5.25
Sandra Fernandez, PhD, University of St Andrews
Safe Spaces, Responsibility and Working Against Sexual Harassment in Cairo

5.25-5.40
Chair Discussion/Review 

6.00-7.00
Round Table Discussion
Culture, the Body and Autonomy

 

Cost of attendance: Undergraduate - Free; Postgraduate - €15; Professional - €50; Corporate - €100
The symposium is free to attend for all current AAI members. Membership can be arranged on the day of the symposium.
See our membership rates here.

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