Intersectional account of Ethiopian women’s circular migration

Dusit Abdi Ali recently obtained her master’s degree from the Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology at Uppsala University in Sweden. She wrote her master thesis about the migration and re-migration of Ethiopian domestic workers, which includes interviews held with twelve women. In this article, Dusit will elaborate on the (intersectional) findings of her master […]

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Omgekeerde wereld in ‘Je ne suis pas un homme facile’

Niaan heeft haar bachelor culturele antropologie en ontwikkelingssociologie behaald aan de Radboud Universiteit en is onlangs afgestudeerd voor haar master Human Security aan Aarhus University in Denemarken. Voor antropologen.nl schreef Niaan een korte recensie over de Franse film Je ne suis pas un homme facile. Omgekeerde wereld in ‘Je ne suis pas un homme facile‘ […]

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‘LESVOS: BEAUTIFUL PRISON’ – A BUMPY BUT ASTONISHING DEBUT

After her bachelor in Cultural Anthropology, Linda Sloane went on to study Social Policy and Social Interventions at the University of Utrecht. Her primary interests lie in integration, intercultural communication and visual anthropology, which are closely connected to the subject of the DIY documentary that Linda writes about in this review.  ‘LESVOS: BEAUTIFUL PRISON’ – […]

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Current research projects by inspiring anthropologists

Ethnographic practice for troubled times This panel will explore how the ethnographic practices of an engaged anthropology can shed new light on contemporary power struggles and the contentious field of activism in different parts of the world. Presenting recent case studies from the Netherlands, Ukraine, and South Africa, the speakers will illustrate the range of […]

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