Ciarán Walsh's work on the skull-measuring business in Ireland has sparked a campaign for the repatriation of skulls stolen from community burial grounds in Inishbofin and St Finians Bay in 1890. The Indigenous Archaeology Collective has announced a webinar that puts this issue into an international context. "Reclaiming the Ancestors: Indigenous and Black Perspectives on Repatriation, Human Rights, and Justice" takes place on Sept 2, 2020 at 04:00 PM EDT (9pm Irish time).
When: Wednesday, 02 September 2020
Join our Postgraduate Office and academics from across the university for Live Q&As on our Master's and Research programmes
When: Monday, 11 May 2020
Knowledge and Power in an Overheated World: Fake News, Neoliberalist Hegemony and the Rise of Nativist Politics
When: Tuesday, 10 March 2020
“Anticipating the Nicaragua Canal: Indigenous rights and the unpredictable future of an infrastructure mega project”
When: Thursday, 13 February 2020
Dr Ela Drążkiewicz's new book 'Institutionalised Dreams: The Art of Managing Foreign Aid' will be launched by HE Anna Sochańska, Polish Ambassador to Ireland
When: Friday, 07 February 2020
“How I discovered the rise of the populist right by looking for something else: reflections on class, culture, and right wing populism”
When: Thursday, 06 February 2020
'Masculinity and Disaster in Southern Louisiana'
When: Thursday, 12 December 2019
'Anthropological Practice, International Development and the Future of the Discipline'
When: Thursday, 05 December 2019
"The Designers’s Apprentice: A Semiotics of Learning & Making in Design Practice"
When: Thursday, 07 November 2019
'Witnessing the unseen? On extinction, spirits, and anthropological responsibility'
When: Thursday, 10 October 2019