The Ahiarmiut: Out of the Way Dwellers

In March 2020, Quebec filmmaker Louise Abbott completed a new short documentary about an Inuit group in Nunavut that the Canadian government forcibly relocated in the 1950s and 60s. Through the eyes of survivors Mary (Ayaaq) Anowtalik and David Serkoak, The Out-of-the-Way Dwellers recounts the story of the Ahiarmiut and their determination to keep their […]

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Covid in the 20s

Piero Miranda-Carrillo is a researcher and politically engaged Peruvian. He studied Political Science at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú and holds a master’s degree in Anthropology from PUCP. He worked as a government councillor for the San Miguel district in 2015-2018, and did his fieldwork research on urban citizens in relation to participation, culture, sports, […]

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Experiences volunteering at EMRIP for Docip

Indigenous peoples’ rights issues seem to be on the outer fringe of the everyday news in most of the western world. In the non-Western world, the matter is different. There are over 350 million people considered to be part of one of the world’s indigenous peoples. Mostly they live in remote areas rich in natural […]

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Een bespreking van: Hub van Wersch

Willem Koops, emeritus universiteitshoogleraar, werkte van 1971 tot 1981 als universitair (hoofd) docent ontwikkelingspsychologie; van 1980 tot 2000 was hij hoogleraar ontwikkelingspsychologie aan de VU, vanaf 2000 aan de UU. Hij publiceerde meer dan 60 boeken en 300 artikelen in wetenschappelijke tijdschriften. Voor antropologen.nl schreef hij een artikel over het boek van Hub van Wersch […]

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Symposium

On Monday the 2nd of December there will be a symposium named ‘Collaboration, Creativity and Change in the Imaginations of our Kingdom’, organized by the Imagining the Nation research group (NWO Caribbean Research Program). The meeting promises to be a creative exchange that explores and discusses issues of collaborative research and impact. Feel free to […]

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