Tag: Video talk

From Things and Stuff to Radically Optimist Multi-Modal Platform

Felix Girke , November 17th, 2021

On May 20, 2021, Felix Girke, a member of our editorial collective, gave a presentation in the framework of the workshop “Multimodal Digital Publishing” hosted by the Working…


REDUX: Boredom at #EASA2014

Allegra , July 29th, 2020

Originally published on February 6, 2015. On August 2nd, 2014, Allegra ran a panel titled ‘Boredom, Intimacy and Governance in ‘Normalized’ Times of Crisis’ at the EASA 2014…


The Bureaucratization of Utopia – The video!

Allegra , July 11th, 2017

“The Bureaucratization of Utopia: International Governance, Audit Cultures and Administrative subjectivities in the 21st Century” was a workshop organized at the Graduate Institute in Ge…


“Kinder statt Inder” – Lecture by Prof. Dr. Shalini Randeria

Allegra , May 22nd, 2017

Prof. Dr. Shalini Randeria gave the “Zukunftskolleg Lecture” at the University of Konstanz in  Germany on May 4, 2017. Prof. Randeria is Rector of the Institute for Human…


Anthropology & Human Rights – Version 2016

Allegra , March 22nd, 2016

The relationship of anthropology and human rights has by now been aptly illustrated: over the past decades we have moved from ‘engagement’ to ‘disengagement’ and finally ‘re-engagement’, to…


Allegra TV: Tsing and Descola in videos! #CFAS

Allegra , November 20th, 2015

Allie’s conference week has been packed full of interesting reads from the Biennial Conference of the Finnish Anthropological Society. Tired of reading already? We conclude the week with…


Tim Ingold on the “correspondence of lives”

Allegra , July 16th, 2015

Professor Tim Ingold from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, gave a lecture at the University of Konstanz, Germany on June 17, 2015. Ingold was invited to give a…


The World as it is and the world as it wants to be #HumanRights

Allegra , June 11th, 2015

This Thursday, Allegra TV gives you a recent talk by Mark Goodale held at the University of Copenhagen on May 7, 2015. This talk uses insights from the anthropology…