Cat. Title Location Map [d] Speakers Dates Places
Studying Yellowstone National Park (III): Conceptual tools for Field Trip in 2024 Gardiner, USA

Hunter Old Elk and Gordon Ambrosino from Gardiner Museum, Cody, USA

Neth Prak, Bunong Indigenous Peoples co-researcher from Cambodia

Mayra Shiguando and José Narvaez, Indigenous Peoples co-researchers from Ecuadorian Amazon

Prof. Christian Büschges, UNIBE




1720130400 July 5-19, 2024 8 / 8
Socio-Ecosystems as Total Social Facts (II): a Theoretical-Empirical Field Trip to Yellowstone National Park (USA) Yellowstone National Park, USA

Gordon Ambrosino, director of the Cody 'Center for the West'

Prof. Rob Fletcher, Wageningen University

Prof. Ellen Hertz, UNINE

Prof. Tobias Haller, UNIBE

1720130400 July 5-18, 2024 8 / 8
Intimacy, Im/mobility, and Belonging Schwarzsee, Hotel Bad

Dr. Megha Amrith, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Germany

Prof. S.N. Nyeck, University of Colorado Boulder, USA

1726092000 September 12-13, 2024 19 / 17 registration
Engaging with property relations: ontologies, practices, and theoretical frameworks Les Diablerets

Prof. Paige West, Columbia University, USA

Prof. Tobias Haller


1729116000 October 17-19, 2024 16 / 14 registration
Urban Political Ecology and the Anthropocene: Scrutinizing Human-Environment Relationships in the Contemporary City Schloss Ueberstorf

Dr. Raúl Acosta, University of Frankfurt

Dr. Silke Oldenburg, UNIBAS

1710370800 March 14-15, 2024 13 / 14
PhD Meet Up Lucerne

Prof. Dr. Stefan Leins, UNIBE

1717711200 June 7, 2024, 9:00-11:00 24 / 30
Challenges of Doing Queer-Feminist Ethnography Saas-Fee

Prof. Silvia Posocco, University of London


1719352800 June 26-28, 2024 15 / 14