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Live Recording  
Anthropological Perspectives: Past, Present and Future
Convenors:
Aleksandar Boskovic (University of Belgrade)
Virginia Dominguez (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Chair:
Salma Siddique (University of St Andrews)
Discussant:
Thomas Hylland Eriksen (University of Oslo)
Format:
Roundtables
Time zone:
UTC+1
Sessions:
Wednesday 22 July, 14:00-15:45

Short abstract:

This Roundtable will open some important questions about the shifting roles of ethnography. Drawing on their own research experience, participants will offer their views about new horizons for understanding anthropology's future predicaments.

Long abstract:

As our discipline makes itself increasingly relevant in contemporary world, this Roundtable will open some important questions about the shifting roles of ethnography, but also different topics that are of concern for anthropologists today. What is the future of anthropology? How have new concepts (like the "Anthropocene") or some old ones (like "globalization") influenced contemporary research topics? Is anthropology closer to humanities or to social sciences (the question especially interesting for former Eastern Europe)? Drawing on their own research experience, as well as the research traditions they come from, the participants of the Roundtable (Kirsten Hastrup, Adam Kuper, Maja Petrović-Šteger and João Pina-Cabral) will present summaries of the changing perspectives of social anthropology, as well as offer their views about new horizons for understanding anthropology's future predicaments.

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