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UBIAS chooses 'Fear' as the common theme for the member institutes in 2017
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The contact with the other: reflections on identities and interculturality
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The Space-Time Dimension in Digital Culture
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VideoIEA Genocides and Political Violence in a New Political Order
Marina Calloni, from the University of Studies of Milan-Bicocca, discusses the new geopolitical relations and economic powers to organized violence, reflected around the identity and Islamic fundamentalism, which in her view are interspersed by armed conflicts of "preventive" nature and by "war against terror", and thus "the wars have become lawless, amorphous, undefined and ubiquitous".
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Reflecting on the Brazil’s Failure at the World Cup
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Anthropologist creates support campaign for the funeral of the Bororo’s master of chants
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Performative meeting marks launch of the book “SincrétiKa”, by Massimo Canevacci
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Museum of Antropology of the University of British Columbia
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Canevacci: a new scientific thinking for the context of digital culture
In the interview to IEA’s journalist Flávia Dourado, professor Massimo Canevacci explains some of the concepts of his authorship and questions the idea of an alienating culture.
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Princeton researchers present panel on racism in the Caribbean
To present an overview of racism in Cuba and Haiti through a comparative approach is the goal of the panel ‘The Place of Race: Contemporary Caribbean Debates’, to be held on June 27 at the IEA with exhibitions by Rachel Price and Nick Nesbitt, both professors at Princeton University.
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