Of closing doors and dead ends. Why extremism will not disappear if we ignore it

Populism and extremism of any kind are on the rise in many parts of the world – and Germany is no exception. Wouldn’t it be just the perfect time for the German government to decide on massive budget cuts for political education? What seems like nothing else than bitter irony, affects not only engaged activists and social workers, but also the research being done in this area. A call for research to go where it hurts.

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“movements”: New multi-lingual and open access journal on migration and borders.
Jul03

“movements”: New multi-lingual and open access journal on migration and borders.

Out now a first issue on the European border regime. Critical and good read!

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"movements": New multi-lingual and open access journal on migration and borders.
Jul03

"movements": New multi-lingual and open access journal on migration and borders.

Out now a first issue on the European border regime. Critical and good read!

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#SIEF2015 #EngagedAnthropology #Discuss

Just a few minutes left, and our SIEF panel will finally start. Join us for some inspiring discussions on the challenges and benefits of anthropologists-going-public.

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CfP: #inprogress – 10th dgv Ph.D. conference

Invitation for paper proposals for a conference on “composing, collaborating, visualizing, organizing, understanding and linking” in Hamburg from 17-19 September 2015, organized by the “Institute of Cultural Anthropology” of Hamburg and the study program “Metropolitan Culture” of the HafenCity University.

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Call for papers: Im/mobilities as products and generators of conflict
Feb05

Call for papers: Im/mobilities as products and generators of conflict

We invite papers that deal with questions of Peace & Conflict from the perspective of mobility and immobility. Join the community of Peace and Conflict Studies in Anthropology (PACSA) in Frankfurt, September 2-4, 2015.

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