Tag: Guinea

Review: ‘A Socialist Peace? Explaining the Absence of War in an African Country’ by Mike McGovern

Rishav Kumar Thankur , February 19th, 2020


In A Socialist Peace? Mike McGovern aims to explain why there was no civil war in Guinea at a time when many expected otherwise. Narrowing down on a particular time-period…


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The Anthropoliteia #BlackLivesMatter Syllabus, Week 31: Adia Benton on Public Health, Ebola and Black Lives on Both Sides of the Atlantic

smulla16 , May 17th, 2017


The editors of Anthropoliteia are happy to continue an ongoing series The Anthropoliteia #BlackLivesMatterSyllabus Project, which will mobilize anthropological work as a pedagogical exercise addressin…


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Remnants of Ebola: Contemporary repercussions at a former centre of the outbreak, by Anita Schroven

IC_UGC , April 3rd, 2017


Field notes from Kailahun and Kpemalu The road network in Sierra Leone has much improved in recent years, especially since the first time I travelled to the Eastern…


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Remnants of Ebola: Contemporary Repercussions at a Former Centre of the Outbreak, by Anita Schroven (2017)

IC_UGC , April 3rd, 2017


Field notes from Kailahun and Kpemalu. The road network in Sierra Leone has much improved in recent years, especially since the first time I travelled to the Eastern…


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The myth of the trickle-down effect: What Guinea’s recent upheavals intimate about the country, by Joschka Philipps

Mats Utas , March 3rd, 2017


The dry season’s dust has again settled on Conakry’s streets, aside from a few marks of ashes and rubble on the sides of the main avenues, everything seems…


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Ebola: why has the previous existence of Ebola in the Mano river region not been discussed?

Mats Utas , December 8th, 2016


  Empty Ebola Treatment Center at ELWA outside Monrovia. November 1, 2016 Passage from a medical journal from 1982: The results seem to indicate that at least Liberia…


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Guinea’s Anti-Government Rally: Half a Million People and a Stray Bullet

Unknown , August 19th, 2016


Credit: AFP By Joschka Philipps Thierno Hamidou Diallo, may he rest in peace, was fatally shot on August 16th, 2016. He is the sad victim of the anti-government…


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Guinea’s Anti-Government Rally: Half a Million People and a Stray Bullet

Human Economy Blog , August 19th, 2016


Credit: AFP By Joschka Philipps Thierno Hamidou Diallo, may he rest in peace, was fatally shot on August 16th, 2016. He is the sad victim of the anti-government…


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Guinea’s Anti-Government Rally: Half a Million People and a Stray Bullet

Human Economy Blog , August 19th, 2016


Credit: AFP By Joschka Philipps Thierno Hamidou Diallo, may he rest in peace, was fatally shot on August 16th, 2016. He is the sad victim of the anti-government…


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Guinea’s Anti-Government Rally: Half a Million People and a Stray Bullet

Human Economy Blog , August 19th, 2016


Credit: AFP By Joschka Philipps Thierno Hamidou Diallo, may he rest in peace, was fatally shot on August 16th, 2016. He is the sad victim of the anti-government…


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The protest march in Guinea and the tragedy of the stray bullet, by Joschka Philipps (Conakry, August 18, 2016)

Mats Utas , August 19th, 2016


Thierno Hamidou Diallo, may he rest in peace, was fatally shot on August 16th, 2016. He is the tragic victim of the anti-government demonstration in the Guinean capital…


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The Morning After: anthropology and the Ebola hangover, by Anne Menzel and Anita Schroven

IC_UGC , February 17th, 2016


The morning after a long night a well-deserved hangover can be treated with a variety of potent remedies. There is black coffee with lemon, raw egg with Tabasco,…


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The Morning After: Anthropology and the Ebola Hangover, by Anne Menzel and Anita Schroven (2016)

IC_UGC , February 17th, 2016


The morning after a long night a well-deserved hangover can be treated with a variety of potent remedies. There is black coffee with lemon, raw egg with Tabasco,…


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The Morning After: Ethnologie mit Ebola-Kater

Max Schnepf , January 23rd, 2016


Anne Menzel und Anita Schroven Ebola Behandlungszentrum in Forécariah, Guinea | Anita Schroven, Januar 2016 Jahreswechsel sind traditionell die passende Zeit für Rückblicke und Katerstimmung. Allerdi…


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anthro in the news 10/12/2015

anthropologyworks , October 12th, 2015


  Caption: Artemisia annua which yields an anti-malarial drug, source: Wikipedia Nobel Prize catalyzes controversy in China   The New York Times reported on reactions in China about…


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Suffering for the Nation: bottom-up and top-down conceptualisations of the nation in Guinea and Guinea-Bissau by Christoph Kohl and Anita Schroven (2014)

IC_UGC , April 29th, 2015


Taking the two West African countries of Guinea and Guinea-Bissau as examples, the paper analyses how discourses of suffering can contribute to the emergence and development of a…


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Ebola in Guinea: Zustandsanalyse eines erkrankten Staatskörpers

Hansjörg Dilger , January 14th, 2015


Anita Schroven Nach einem Jahrzehnt medialer Abwesenheit sind Guinea, Sierra Leone und Liberia wieder mit besorgniserregenden Nachrichten und dramatischen Bildern in der internationalen Presse vertret…


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