BROWN BAG SEMINAR - Occupied Intimacies: Borderization in Palestine, Georgia and Western Sahara
Senior lecturer of social anthropology Nina Gren and Maria Padrón Hernández.
Nina and Maria’s presentation take its point of departure in their ongoing research project: ”Occupied Intimacies: Borderization in Palestine, Georgia and Western Sahara” and their presentation will be concerned with ”Care, kinship and borders”.
The Brown Bag Seminar Series
Tuesdays at 12:05-13:00
The department's lunch seminar series is an informal arena for our own researcher's to present and discuss research ideas and findings. Each presenter talks for about half an hour, followed by a discusson. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Please note: Places at the seminar are limited.
We especially invite staff and master's students of the Department of Sociology. If you are not a student or member of staff and would like to attend the event please email Sébastien Tutenges sebastien [dot] tutenges [at] soc [dot] lu [dot] se no later than 48 hours before the start of the seminar to inquire about available places.
More Brown Bag Seminars at the Department of Sociology on: soc.lu.se/en/research/brown-bag-seminar-ongoing-research
About the event
The Department of Sociology, Sandgatan 11, House G, Lund. Conference room G355.
sebastien [dot] tutenges [at] soc [dot] lu [dot] se