Monthly Archives: September 2015

Stereotypes die hard!

Last week, an advertising campaign by Visit Finland and Finnair produced images of Sàmi in traditional clothes dancing around the fire during a shamanic ritual in the tent. In discussions following the publication, many rejected the representation of Sàmi in … Continue reading

Posted in All, Indigenous Peoples, Sámi, Theoretical Issues

Anthropology beyond dichotomies? Thoughts after “Beyond Perception 2015”

The Symposium “Beyond perception 15” was organised in Aberdeen by the department postgraduate researchers and postgraduate students to celebrate the work of Tim Ingold. The aim was to explore the ways in which anthropologists can find new avenues of approaching … Continue reading

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