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Sara Johnsdotter “The Bike Accident and the FGM Fantasy”
Wednesday 23 September 10.15–12.00 Sara Johnsdotter (Malmö Universitet) “The Bike Accident and the FGM Fantasy” EP3-2028/CG B43
Kristian Sandbekk Norsted "I Am a Structure: Anxiety in Feminism in Sweden"
Wednesday 30 September 10.15–12.00 Kristian Sandbekk Norsted slutseminarium "I Am a Structure: Anxiety in Feminism in Sweden" EP3-2028/CG B43 Ethnology-Cultural Anthropology joint seminar opponent Deborah Cameron (University of Oxford)
Ben Kasstan “Orthodox Jews, Unorthodox Decisions? Making Bodies Kosher in the Pre and Post-COVID World”
Wednesday 7 October 10.15–12.00 Ben Kasstan (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) “Orthodox Jews, Unorthodox Decisions? Making Bodies Kosher in the Pre and Post-COVID World” EP3-2028/CG B43
Claudia Merli “A chimeric being from Kyushu, Japan: Amabie’s revival during covid-19. Lessons for a civil society”
Wednesday 21 October 10.15–12.00 Claudia Merli (Uppsala University) “A chimeric being from Kyushu, Japan: Amabie’s revival during covid-19. Lessons for a civil society” EP3-2028/CG B43
Mirko Pasquini final seminar
Wednesday 4 November 10.15–12.00 Mirko Pasquini slutseminarium EP3-2028/CG B43 opponent Hannah Brown (Durham University)
Elisa López final seminar
Wednesday 11 November 10.15–12.00 Elisa López slutseminarium venue/Zoom TBC opponent Carina Green (SLU)