Tag: funding

An urgent and important initiative to move forward with EU support of Arctic research together with Indigenous communities

I would like to encourage you with this post to fill in a short anonymous survey on your experiences and challenges with the co-creation of knowledge here: https://survey.hifis.dkfz.de/351545…

World élite? Latvia, national identity and the pandemic

An introduction to somewhere less observed Research on Covid-19 is a hot topic worldwide, and, recently, the Latvian government has  also launched its own emergency research programme. We,…

Article Announcement: “How Do You Build a ‘Culture of Health’? A Critical Analysis of Challenges and Opportunities from Medical Anthropology” by Katherine A. Mason

In 2014, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), the second-largest funder for health in the United States after the National Institutes of Health, proposed a new framework for…

Gossip in the Aid Industry

For international aid workers, gossip is a means of navigating a complex industry and acquiring essential information. All we have to do now Is take these lies and…

Footnotes, Funding, Futures

Dear Friends of Footnotes, In a few months, Footnotes will celebrate its second anniversary, and we’ve been through a lot in the past couple of years. Of course,…

WE NEED YOU! Fundraising campaign

Allies, friends, colleagues, It’s this time of the year again… and we’ve had to make essential maintenance on the website. As the repairs were somewhat more extensive than…

Fully Funded PhD: Water Security in Cape Town

Cameron Harrington and I have received full funding for a PhD student interested in the politics and ethics of water security in Cape Town. Details of the call…

When Annuities Ended on the Grand Ronde Indian Reservation

The closure of the 1853-1855 treaty annuities in 1875 was a time of hardship for some Oregon reservations. For 20 years the reservations of Oregon Continue reading

Academia in Dark Times of Austerity Politics and Authoritarianism #precarity

In these days, two at first sight independent developments are threatening academic freedom. Neoliberal austerity politics and authoritarian political tendencies both leave their traces in academia, s…

HELP! (Before we CRASH!)

Ever so often you – our beloved Allegra readers – may have noticed that we have issued a call, perhaps to crowd source for references or most influential…

EASA and European Anthropology: An Interview with Antonio De Lauri #easaelections2017

Antonio, you decided to run for the elections of the new EASA committee. Can you let EASA members know a little bit about your academic path and interests?…

EASA and European Anthropology: An Interview with Antonio De Lauri #easaelections2017

Antonio, you decided to run for the elections of the new EASA committee. Can you let EASA members know a little bit about your academic path and interests?…

EASA and European Anthropology: An Interview with Antonio De Lauri #easaelections2017

Antonio, you decided to run for the elections of the new EASA committee. Can you let EASA members know a little bit about your academic path and interests?…

Salon: "Why we’re obsessed with glamorizing archaeologists"

There's an interesting article on Salon right now on archaeologists and their profession, tied in with a new book, Lives in Ruins, by Marilyn Johnson, about the same…