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Message posted on 09/08/2018

EASA Lab

Dear All,

For those who will attend the EASA conference next week in Stockholm, please consider attending the Lab Atreyee Sen and I are organizing next Thursday at 11:15.

Title: Stories that settle and move: surprise, humour and reciprocal trust in anthropological storytelling The lab explores the power of anthropological storytelling to move beyond space and across time drawing on the magic of ethnographic surprise.

If you'd like to participate please email me and Atreyee (atreyee.sen@anthro.ku.dk).

For more information, please go to https://nomadit.co.uk/easa/easa2018/conferencesuite.php/panels/7029

Best wishes Angela

Angela Torresan Lecturer in Visual Anthropology Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology University of Manchester


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