The Anthropology network within EASA is holding its network meeting at the following date: Day: Wednesday August 15, 2018 Time: 17:00-18:45, Room: SÖ-E420 Today, “security” is everywhere – as also a look through this years’ conference abstracts shows. We believe that Social Anthropology has an important contribution to make and created the Anthropology of Security […]
Together with PaCSA we are holding the following panel at EASA 2018 on Stockholm: Security on the move: mobility and experimentation Papers include: Rethinking Airport Security: From Necessary Evil to Seamless Experience? Helene Ilkjaer (University of Copenhagen) Poland in troubled times. The mobility of fear and (in)security. Securing Mined Paths for Moving People: Mine Risk […]
The [Anthropology of Security] network in EASA is making a cfp for the EASA 2018 conference in Stockholm: Security on the Move: Mobility and Experimentation Submission deadline for papers: 9th April 2018.
Deadine extended! The cfp for the Pacsa/AnthroSec networking workshop in Amsterdam (August 2017) has been extended to the 12th of April, due to technical problems.
The call for papers/abstracts for the bi-annual EASA workshop and meeting is now open! The Making of Peace, Conflict and Security: Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion. 6th Bi-annual meeting, 28-30 August 2017, Amsterdam. Organized in cooperation with the Anthropology of Security Network, SECURCIT (University of Amsterdam) and the Dept. of Anthropology (VU University Amsterdam) Conference […]
The cfp is now open. Together withe the PACSA network we are calling for papers on the subject of Spaces of security. The aim of this panel is to examine ethnographic research on spaces of security, take stock, and prepare for a future in which anthropologists will explore shifting contexts and the production of evidence […]
The network has won some money from the Wenner-Gren Foundation to hold a workshop on ‘Spaces of Security: Local, National, Global’ at NUI, Maynooth from the 25th to 27th of April 2016. The main hosts will be Mark Maguire and Setha Low. More details will follow.
A one-day workshop in Maynooth University This one-day seminar brings together scholars, experts and industry practitioners from diverse fields to address the above questions. The focus will be on the citizen as sensor, data transparency and privacy; surveillance and security, and new forms of scrutiny. 24 November 9.30-17.00 (Renehan Hall, South Campus)