Department of AnthropologyIn Russian
This talk offers an in-depth analysis of “spatializing culture,” an idea that grew out of my work on the Latin American plaza (Low 2000) and Deborah Pellow’s (2002) ethnography of West African socio-spatial organization and institutions. Through subsequent research and theory-building “spatializing culture” has evolved into a multi-dimensional framework that includes social production, social construction, embodied, discursive, emotive and affective, as well as translocal approaches to space and place.
THE CHARISMA OF INVENTED TRADITIONS: Religious (and Academic) Communities in the Search for Legitimacy
The Charisma of Invented Traditions:Religious (and Academic) Communitiesin the Search for Legitimacy European University at Saint PetersburgDepartment of AnthropologyCenter for Anthropology of ReligionCommittee for the Scientific Planning
Congratulations to EUSP Department of Anthropology graduate Ekaterina Rudneva on the successful defense of her dissertation for the degree of candidate of sciences in philology. On May 16, 2019, Ekaterina Rudneva has defended her dissertation "Strategii lingvisticheskoi vezhlivosti v spontannom rechevom vzaimodeistvii" [Strategies of Linguistic Politeness in Spontaneous Speech Interaction] at the Institute of Linguistics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow).