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August Newsletter

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Conference Reflections: European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) 17th Biennial Conference: Transformation, Hope and the Commons


After years of seeing only heads and shoulders on screen at academic events, it was great to attend the EASA conference in person in July in Belfast. As well as the two panels I will discuss in more detail below, panels on street level bureaucrats, on the governance of labour and on post-socialism and the […]

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July Newsletter

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June Newsletter

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Congratulations to Liang Wan for passing his PhD upgrade

The Connecting 3 World Project is pleased to share the fantastic news that our Ph.D. student Liang Wan has passed his Ph.D. upgrade recently. Co-supervised by the PI of our project, professor Dora Vargha, and Dr. Stacey Hynd, Liang’s research focuses on scientization, institutionalization, and popularization of acupuncture in Maoist China. As part of the […]

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New podcast: A Global History of Hungary 1869-2022

A Global History of Hungary: 1869-2022 [Magyarország Globális Története: 1869-2022], published earlier this year in Hungarian language analyses the modern and contemporary history of Hungary in a truly global perspective for the very first time. Edited by Ferenc Laczó and Bálint Varga, the book is the result of broad interdisciplinary cooperation and includes contributions by […]

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May Newsletter now available

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Grants Awarded

David Bannister and Sarah Marks have received a Birkbeck-Wellcome Institutional Strategic Support Fund Grant to host a workshop with Ghanaian doctors and health administrators reflecting on their international training, including in the socialist world. Sarah Howard has also been awarded a grant from Birkbeck’s School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy to fund a series […]

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Fellowship for Displaced and At-Risk Scholars

ERC Starting Grant SOCMED, Socialist Medicine: an Alternative Global Health History The ERC Starting Grant research project titled “Socialist Medicine: an Alternative Global Health History” is launching a fellowship to enable a displaced or at-risk scholar regardless of nationality to spend up to six months at Humboldt University in Berlin. This opportunity is open to […]

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