3. – 4. June 2019, Utrecht University:
27. – 28. June 2019, Workshop in Munich with Nitzan Shoshan, Centro de Estudios Sociológicos, El Colegio de México:
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Network Conference, March 28 – 29, 2019, Oslo:
EASA 2018, Stockholm
EASA 2016, Milan:
Together with the EASA network PACSA will be organising one or more panels on the subject of: Spaces of security (cfp).
Workshop on ‘Spaces of Security: Local, National, Global’, sponsored by the Wenner-Gren Foundation.
NUI Ireland, Maynooth, 25th to 27th of April 2016. More details will follow.
Bodies of evidence, experts, and intimacy in the anthropology of security – EASA 2014, Tallinn
Participants: Gregory Feldman (Simon Fraser University), Desirée Pangerc (CIELS University Campus), Ieva Jusionyte (University of Florida), Daniel Goldstein (Rutgers University), Nicolas Fischer (Centre d’étude du droit et des institutions pénales), Monika Weissensteiner, Catarina Frois (Centre for Research in Anthropology), Alexandra Schwell (University of Vienna), Nadja Maurer (Hamburg University), Mark Maguire (National University of Ireland Maynooth), Nils Zurawski (Hamburg University)
Bodies of Evidence – December 10, 2013
Participants: Christina Garsten (Stockholm), Nils Zurawski (Hamburg), Mark Maguire (NUIM), Christopher Farrands (Nottingham), Ursula Rao (Leipzig), Giovanni Ercolani (Nottingham), Zachary Whyte (Copenhagen);
Keynote: Jean Comaroff, Alfred North Whitehead Professor of African and African American Studies and of Anthropology, Oppenheimer Research Fellow, Harvard University
Securing Europe: Anthropological Perspectives – March 28-9, 2011(Sponsored by the IRCHSS
Participants: Gregory Feldman (Simon Frazer), Susana Durão (ICS/UL), Daniel Goldstein (Rutgers) Ines Hasselberg (Sussex), Nicolas Fischer (CNRS), Catarina Frois (Lisbon), Nils Zurawski (Hamburg)