EASA, 2006: EASA06: Europe and the world
Bristol, UK, 18/09/2006 – 21/09/2006
Double erasures: rewriting the past in French postcolonial museums
The embodied past. reconciliation and resentment in post-apartheid South Africa
What has anthropology learned from the anthropology of colonialism?
Naturalising markets: economic anthropology at home
The art of forecasting and the temporal politics of markets
The Market as a 'technique of power': international relations and differentiated local contexts
Marketing scents and the anthropology of smell
Methodological transnationalism and the paradox of migration: simultaneous incorporation and social status among Ghanaian migrants in Germany
Culturalist discourses of inclusion and exclusion: second-generation Italians in Switzerland as 'Casual Latins' or politicised 'Secondos'
Omitting multiculturalism but not its crisis: Greek state policies and Albanian transnational ties
The 'invention of citizenship' among young Muslims of Italy
Religion and the Europeans: diffusion as an openness
Gender, diffusion and secularism in the Abrahamic religions
Moments of secularisation: diffusion, religion and charity