Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Four forthcoming talks (Denmark, London, Paris)


Image: some members of the Torres Strait Expedition at Mabuiag, 1898, including William Halse Rivers Rivers (left), with (l-r) Seligman, Ray, Wilkin and (seated) Haddon). 
An update on some forthcoming lectures. I'm giving a series of talks this autumn, in Denmark, London and Paris. These include giving the 3rd Annual Moesgaard Lecture at Aarhus University which is about my current GCRF-funded project Architectures of Displacement, and a short talk at the British Museum on the occasion of my receipt of the Rivers Medal.
I'm then giving two lectures in Paris during my Visiting Professorship at the Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac. I'm also giving four seminars at the Quai Branly, every Thursday during October, and curating a small exhibition in Paris in May 2018. More details are below.

Friday 8 September, 1pm-4pm
The 3rd Annual Moesgaard Lecture. An Archaeology of Impermanence: current work on the material culture of the European Refugee Crisis

Friday 15 September, 4pm
Rivers Memorial Medal - British Museum
I’ll be awarded the Rivers Memorial Medal of the Royal Anthropological Institute , and giving a short acceptance talk, at the Annual General Meeting of the RAI before the Curl Lecture (which will be given by Dr Andrea Migliano) at the Clore Centre in the British Museum. The Medal is named after W.R.R. Rivers (see image above) and is awarded annually for "significant contributions" to Anthropology.

Saturday 21 October
Musée du Quai Branly, Paris
Rethinking 'Typology': General Pitt-Rivers and Ethnological Displays.
Presentation at the conference Ex-situ : faire vivre l’archéologie au musée et dans les expositions (Organised by Dominique Poulot (Paris 1), Felicity Bodenstein (Musée du Quai Branly), Delphine Morana Burlot (Paris 1))


Tuesday October 24, 4pm
University Paris-Nanterre
Excavating Anthropology: Towards a Comparative Archaeology of Ethnological Knowledge.
Weekly seminar of the Anthropology Department of the UniversityParis-Nanterre, in association with the Laboratoire d'Ethnologie et de Sociologie Comparative (Lesc-CNRS). 



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