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Subject:

Radcliffe-Brown Lecture in Social Anthropology

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MARSLAND Rebecca <[log in to unmask]>

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MARSLAND Rebecca <[log in to unmask]>

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>
> Tim Ingold's British Academy Radcliffe-Brown  Lecture will be given  
> in Edinburgh on Monday 12th March, and in London on Wednesday 14th  
> March - see below.
>
>>
>>
>>
>>>  Click this link to send this email to a friend or colleague
>>>
>>> RADCLIFFE-BROWN LECTURE IN SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY
>>>
>>> Anthropology is not Ethnography
>>>
>>> Professor Timothy Ingold, FBA
>>> University of Aberdeen
>>>
>>> Wednesday 14 March 2007
>>> 5.30pm - 6.30pm
>>> The British Academy, 10 Carlton House Terrace,
>>> London, SW1Y 5AH
>>>
>>> Free Admittance
>>>
>>> Anthropology has been shrinking. Once an inclusive inquiry into  
>>> the conditions of human life, it has increasingly turned inwards  
>>> on itself. One reason for this shrinkage lies in the  
>>> identification of anthropology with ethnography. Such  
>>> identification leads us to think of observation as a means to the  
>>> end of description. The lecturer will aim to show, to the  
>>> contrary, how description not just literary but graphic and  
>>> performative - can be re-embedded in observation. Overturning the  
>>> relation between observation and description will enhance  
>>> anthropology's potential to engage with biology, psychology and  
>>> archaeology on the great questions of the origins and destiny of  
>>> humankind.
>>>
>>> A poster for your notice board can be downloaded here:
>>>
>>> Please visit our website for full details: http:// 
>>> www.britac.ac.uk/events/2007/lectures/index.html
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>>>
>>> Please note our ticketing and seating policy:
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>>> British Academy Lectures are freely open to the general public  
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>>> tickets will be issued, and seats cannot be reserved. The Lecture  
>>> Room is opened at 5.00pm, and the first 100 audience members  
>>> arriving at the Academy will be offered a seat in the Lecture  
>>> Room; the next 50 people to arrive will be offered a seat in the  
>>> Overflow Room, which has a video and audio link to the Lecture  
>>> Room. Lectures are followed by a reception at 6.30pm, to which  
>>> members of the audience are invited.
>>>
>>> The lecture will be repeated at the University of Edinburgh on  
>>> Monday, 12 March 2007. Further details can be found at http:// 
>>> www.san.ed.ac.uk/seminars.html
>>>
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