Abstract no. 455

This paper aims to contribute to the study on how gender and race are embedded in the admission/expulsion procedures of asylum seekers in the multicultural societies of the global North. I analyze the Spanish National High Court judgements responding to asylum claims...

Abstract no. 403

In past centuries, health has been considered as a domain of biology which claimed that it had nothing to do with social relationship, culture, social class and structure. Followers of the school of sociology and anthropology of health claimed that merely biological...

Abstract no. 358

The film is an outcome of fieldwork conducted in Ze-mnui village (Manipur India) in the month of January 2020. Ze-mnui village is inhabited by the Zeme Naga. Their formerly headhunting motifs are carved on the gates of fortresses that surround the village from four...

Abstract no. 310

This paper focuses on the use of multi-sited ethnography in anthropological research in relation to the researcher’s identity(ies), gender, and power relations. The author, a female, Palestinian, and Muslim, reflects on the implications of this multi-faceted status on...

Abstract no. 283

In this study I analyse the formation of a notion of “dangerous youth” as well as the rationality of the Juvenile Penal Justice system, which combined with other state practices, can be understood as a necropolitics of public security. I present how the narratives...

Abstract no. 247

The article explores debt relations and negotiation of responsibilities within a family based on the example of one family story in an industrial town in Serbia. The article zooms into the life of a woman who bears paradigmatic transgenerational consequences of...

Abstract no. 242

Harpoon nehereus, known in the vernacular as Bombil and famous in Mumbai cuisine as Bombay duck is a species of lizard fish. It is a major catch for artisanal fishers in the Mumbai region of Western India. Eaten fresh and in a dried form, it is a major livelihood...

Abstract no. 183

This paper draws from Masters and PhD research conducted in Cairo, Egypt to explore and unpack notions of the encounter from and between perspectives of colour. Many researchers (Berry et Al 2017, Hendersen 2009, Townsend – Bell 2009) have demonstrated that women of...

Abstract no. 14

This paper addresses from the anthropology, the elements of transformation in the feast of the day of the dead among the Nahuas of central Mexico, more specifically of the Huasteca region in San Luis Potosí. Three ethnographic contexts are portrayed in which you can...

Abstract no. 03

The research explores the meanings of the family in its relation with dependence in old age, in contexts where neoliberalism and new forms of conservatism are gaining increasing political strength. Based on the Brazilian case, the objective is to show the new roles...