Dr Ana Ivasiuc, Maynooth University
‘The Moral (B)Orders of Security: Towards a Moral Anthropology of Security’
This seminar is held in person and virtually. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, only a limited number of participants can be physically present in the Anthropology Seminar room, but the seminar will be streamed online.
If you wish to attend in person, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12pm on Friday, 19th November 2021.
Ana Ivasiuc is a Lecturer in the Anthropology of Crime and Security at Maynooth University. She works on urban insecurity, formal and informal policing, security practices of the far-right in Europe, and the securitization of Roma groups. She carried out ethnographic research in the peripheries of Rome, where she observed the racial policing of the Roma, as well as grassroots practices of informal policing. Since 2020, she is a co-convener of the Anthropology of Security network of the European Association of Social Anthropologists.