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Who are 'we'? Reimagining alterity and affinity in anthropology
From Wednesday 03 September 2014
To Friday 05 September 2014
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Who are 'we'? Reimagining alterity and affinity in anthropology

Venue: Division of Social Anthropology, Cambridge

Dates: 3-5 Sept 2014


This workshop will provide a space for anthropologists and other scholars from around the world to explore the key themes of the ‘Who are “we”?’ project. The emphasis here will be on close readings of (pre-circulated) papers and extensive discussions.

Regrettably, due to funding constraints, we’ve had to limit the core participant list to 20 (invitation only). However, there will be a few extra places for non-paper-giving participants available each day – these will incur a small fee per day to cover catering. Please get in touch with us for more information.

Funded by the Wenner-Gren Foundation with additional support from the Royal Anthropological Institute, the Department of Anthropology Brunel University, the Open Anthropology Cooperative and the Division of Social Anthropology Cambridge.