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Latin American Anthropology Seminar Series (London, UK)

The Latin American Anthropology Seminar Series is organised jointly by LSE, Goldsmiths, and the Institute of Latin American Studies and is held on Thursdays from 17:30 to 19:30. This term’s sessions include:

  • October 22 – Inaugural lecture: “Revolutionary Personhood in Contemporary Cuba”, by Martin Holbraad (University College London)
  • November 5 – “Mobilising Work and Identity in the Mayan Yucatan”, by Claudia Giannetto (Goldsmiths, University of London)
  • November 19 – “Youth Organising Against Police Violence in Rio de Janeiro”, by Charli Livingstone (Goldsmiths, University of London)
  • December 3 – “Catholic Secularity and Politics of Social Inclusion in Brazil: Moral Pedagogies of Exemplarity and Gratuity”, by Eduardo Dullo (University of São Paolo/CEBRAP)
  • December 17 – “Embodied Ghosts of Phantom Lynchings: An Anatomy of El Alto’s Hanged Puppets”, by Martyn Wemyss (UEL)

Venue: Institute of Latin American Studies, Senate House, second floor, Room 234

For any queries or expressions of interest to participate in the seminar, you can contact any of the seminar conveners:

Agustin Diz (<>)
Clate Korsant (<>)
Angus McNelly (<>)
Agathe Faure (<>)
Ainhoa Montoya (<>)