Graduate Student Arpan Roy has a new article in Anthropological Theory on the relationship between kinship theory in anthropology and the philosophy of Jean-Luc Nancy.
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In this blog post on Anthropological Theory Commons, Veena Das argues for the importance of vernacular intellectuals to help us understand how torture has become a routine tool of national […]
“The Infosys Prize 2019 in Social Sciences is awarded to Prof. Anand Pandian for his brilliantly imaginative work on ethics, selfhood and the creative process. Pandian’s research is notable for […]
The new book from Duke University Press is a small collection of essays on problems of method in anthropology, and features, among other things, a profile of Emerita Jane Guyer […]
In addition to receiving honorary doctorates from the University of Bern, Switzerland, and Durham University, UK, Dr. Veena Das has been named a Fellow to the British Academy.
Professor Haeri’s team has been chosen to receive a 2019 Johns Hopkins Discovery Award for their proposal, “Invitation to the Masses: The Russian and Iranian Revolutions and their Arts of […]
Graduate student, Arpan Roy, has published an article in the journal, Jerusalem Quarterly, from a side project on sacred Muslim shrines in Palestine.
Each year the GRO issues the Rachel S. Core award to a graduate student(s), for their outstanding service to the graduate student body. This year they had many qualified nominees, […]
Mariam Banahi, Johns Hopkins University “The Conditionality of Welcome: Integration & the Sexual Life of Muslims in Germany” April 30 4-6 PM Mergenthaler 439
Paul Kohlbry, Johns Hopkins University, “Settler Capital and the Politics of Land Sales in the West Bank” Tuesdsay, April 23, 2019 4-6 PM Mergenthaler 439