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Activities
Spring 2022

Jan 14

Venera R. Khalikova & Priyanka Sen, Department of Anthropology, CUHK, “Racialization with and without race: the case of transient Indians in Hong Kong” (In person and online) 
Venue: NAH114

Jan 21

Isabel Briz Hernández, Department of Anthropology, CUHK, “‘Miscellaneous care’: Bridging the In-between of Translational Science” (In person and online) (details)
Venue: NAH114

Jan 27
(Thurs 5:00-6:30 pm)

Adam Yuet Chau, Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge, “The Absolute Host”
(Online, Co-organized with CUHK Centre for China Studies) (details)

Feb 10
(Thurs 11:00 am-12:30 pm)

Andrew Kipnis, Department of Anthropology, CUHK, “Ghosts, Urbanization and Strangers in China and Hong Kong” (In person and online, Co-organized with CUHK Centre for China Studies) (details)

Feb 11

(Fri 09:35-11:05 am)

Edward Fischer, Department of Anthropology, Vanderbilt University, “Reimagining Wellbeing in a Post-Enlightenment world” (Online, The 13th Annual CUHK Anthropology Postgraduate Forum “Happiness and Wellbeing in Times of Crises” Keynote Speech) (details)

Feb 25 (Cancelled)

Teresa Kuan, Department of Anthropology, CUHK, “A common world: China’s psy-training frenzy from a first-person perspective” (In person)

Mar 4

Stephen B. Acabado, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles, “Indigenous Archaeology: Decolonizing Ifugao History” (Online) (details)

Mar 14
(Mon 9:00-10:30 am)

Ellen Oxfeld, International and Global Studies, Middlebury College, “Rural returns and ritualized commensality during the Lunar New Year: restoration or transformation of moral communities” (Online, Co-organized with CUHK Centre for China Studies)

Mar 25 (Cancelled)

Ermias Kifle Gedecho, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, The Role of Diaspora Festivals in Immigrants’ Quality of Life: the case of Ethiopia Community in the USA (In person and online)

Apr 8

Alex Siu Ieong, Department of Anthropology, CUHK, “Early Islamic glass (7th -10th centuries AD) in Unguja Ukuu, Zanzibar: a microcosm of a globalised industry in the early ‘Abbasid period” (Online) (details)
Meeting ID: 916 3307 2666
Passcode: 834492

Apr 22

Ju-chen Chen , Department of Anthropology, CUHK, “Music Tills the Soil of Our Hearts”: Sonic Moments and Anthropology (Online) (details)
Meeting ID: 995 5036 6881
Passcode: 540690

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