Cat. Title Location Map [d] Speakers Dates Places
Getting Ahead with Writing your Thesis: Procrastination Management


Dr. Esther Leemann UZH

1622152800 March 12, with two online follow-up meetings (May 28, June 25) 14 / 18
Metrics: How Things are Rendered Calculable


Prof. Sara L.M. Davis (Graduate Institute Geneva)

Prof. Cris Shore (Goldsmiths, University of London)

1623880800 June 17-18 6 / 18
A Cryptoparty for Anthropologists: Hands-on Workshop to Learn How and Why to Secure Our Data ONLINE

Sylvain Besençon, UNIFR

Estelle Pannatier

1631052000 September 8 1 / 18 registration
Sex, Love and Marriage in the 21st Century La Rouvraie, Bellevue-sur-Bevaix if possible, otherwise online

Prof. Jennifer Cole, University of Chicago, US

Prof. Marcia Inhorn, Yale University, US

1631829600 September 17-18 10 / 18 registration
Anthropology Beyond the Human? Hôtel Chaux d'Abel or ONLINE, to be decided by August

Prof. Heather Anne Swanson, University of Aarhus, Denmark

Prof. Mario Blaser, Tier II Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Studies Newfoundland and Labrador's University, Canada

1633557600 October 7-8 22 / 24 registration
Precarity and Opportunity: Issues in Economic Anthropology to be announced

Prof. Biao Xiang, MPI Halle, Germany

Prof. Bram Tucker, University of Georgia, US


1634767200 October 21-23 11 / 18 registration
Migration, Representation and Reflexivity La Rouvraie or ONLINE

Prof. Susan Ossman, University of California Riverside, USA

Prof. Monika Salzbrunn, UNIL

1637794800 November 25-26 4 / 18 registration
Producing Knowledge through Images Mürren

Prof. Andrew Irving, Manchester University

1639695600 December 17-19 17 / 18 registration
PhD meet up


Dr. Olivia Kilias, UZH

Prof. Dr. Tobias Haller, UNIBE

1619128800 April 23, 9am -11am 17 / 25
Exploring Risks and Vulnerabilities: Gender and Power Relations in Field Research (co-organised with the gender program)


Fenneke Reysoo (IHEID), Jerika Heinze (FISST Initiative), Agnieszka Kroskowska (Helvetas) and Ellen Hertz (UniNE) 

1619992800 May 3-4 0 / 15 joint
Engaging With Research Ethics Through Feminist Lenses: Methods, Experiences and Writing (Co-Organised With the Gender Program)


Dr. Nadja Eggert, UNIL

Dr. Holly Porter, University of Cambridge, UK

1622757600 4-5 juin 2021 9 / 10