New Blog (Nederlands) Eens een antropoloog altijd een antropoloog, ex-antropologen bestaan niet

By Ina Keuper

 

Dr. Anna Aalten deed bovengenoemde uitspraak bij de opening van het symposium ‘Het Lichaam’ dat op vrijdag 9 september 2016 plaatsvond om haar overstap als universitair hoofddocent bij de afdeling Antropologie naar de afdeling Sociologie bij de Universiteit van Amsterdam (UvA) te markeren.  Omdat Anna in het verleden een belangrijke rol heeft gespeeld in LOVA en deze uitspraak mij trof wil ik die graag delen met de leden van LOVA. Uit de openingstoespraak en de lezingen op het symposium bleek dat Anna niet alleen antropoloog zal blijven ondanks haar vertrek van de afdeling Antropologie, maar ook nog steeds zeer betrokken is bij het feminisme. Ik zou haar uitspraak daarom willen aanvullen met de leuze: eens een feminist altijd een feminist, ex-feministen bestaan niet.

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Call for Contributions

EXTENDED DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 1, 2016

 

Publish in LOVA Journal # 37

 

LOVA, Netherlands Association for Gender Studies and Feminist Anthropology offers a platform to students, graduates and other people within and outside of the academia with an interest in gender and diversity issues from an anthropological perspective. LOVA organizes an annual InternationalSummerschool (the School of Experimental Education ), and distributes each year the LOVA Journal among her members and other persons interested.

The editors of LOVA Journal are looking for authors to contribute to the edition of December 2016 with research articles, short essays, opinions, field reports, book reviews and interviews. Students of Master’s programs in anthropology and connected field as well as PhD students are invited to use our journal for dissemination of their knowledge and opinions. You may use the Master’s thesis and other assignments for writing a contribution. 

The deadline for submitting your contributions is SEPTEMBER 1st, 2016. For further information, please contact our editor in chief Silvia Herrero Simancas, via This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

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LOVA Photo Competition 2016

 

Jury Awards  

 

Jury: Hanneke van Beek (photographer) and Reinhilde Sotiria König (anthropologist).

 

 

First Jury Abu Ahasan 1

Second Jury Melissa Chacón 2

 

First Audience Third Jury Women Win web

 

The jury loves the variation of photographs and stories. They started out going through all the pictures without reading the stories. All pictures are interesting in one way or the other. Some are absolutely beautiful and perfect in their composition, colour, message and form. Yet the pictures that resonated the most, even without the story, are far from technically perfect.

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Edited volume "Ethnographies of Gender and Conflict"

We are very proud to announce that LOVA's first Edited Volume, based on a selected number of papers from the 2nd International Lova conference "Ethnographies of Gender and Conflict" has been published with Ashgate (London). The book is edited by Georg Frerks, Annelou Ypeij and Reinhilde König - and appeared in November 2014. It is now available online! To order visit our book's page at Ashgate.

 

Emeritus professor Annemiek Richters has written an excellent review of our book. She notes that "The book makes for a fascinating read, especially the chapters based on in-depth, ethnographic fieldwork and embedded in rich theoretical concepts and frameworks [...] I have been completely absorbed in this book, relating (parts of) each and every chapter - especially the theoretical framing of the themes presented - to my own work in the fields of gender, violence, conflict, psychosocial support and peace-building. This book is of high quality. LOVA can be proud of it!" You can find the full review here!

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