Asia brown bag lecture: Stine Puri and Lars Højer
NIAS and ADI invite you to a brown bag lecture by Stine Puri and Lars Højer, Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, who will present the collective research project:
Escalations: A Comparative Ethnographic Study of Accelerating Change
As part of the project Lars and Stine are working on individual subprojects.
Stine's project Monsoonal Escalations in India and Beyond explores escalations at the interface between agriculture, climate and finance in relation to the monsoon in India.
Lars' project Mining frenzy and escalating economies in Mongolia explores how the imaginings of a future mining project in Mongolia becomes an imagined and 'spectacular' reference point that intensifies and escalates present actions and imaginations.
Time: 15 December 2015, 12:00-13:00
Place: NIAS, CSS, room 18.1.08
Feel free to bring your own lunch. There will be coffee/tea.
Coming brown bag lectures:
14 January 2016: Prince Peter and The Third Danish Expedition to Central Asia - 7 years in Kalimpong by Trine Brox and Miriam Koktvedgaard Zeitzen, Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies
10 February 2016: 'My wife carries a knife!’: Right-wing female militancy and castration/wounding/masculine anxieties in a Mumbai slum by Atreyee Sen, Department of Anthropology