Pawukon

Agenda 2021

Agenda 2021

Dates and information are subject to change. Please check the event pages for the most up-to-date details. 

We are working with different formats and practices of togetherness and solidarity within the framework of physical distance, towards better futures. We will keep you up to date as much as possible. Stay safe and take care. 

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14 Jan Thinking With |  Henrietta Lidchi & Stuart Allan | Dividing the Spoils  Conversation Online, Zoom
21 Jan A Future where Racism has no Place |  Race Science, Physical Anthropology, & the Ethnographic Museum Conversation Online, Zoom 
28 Jan Erfenis Conversation | Extractive Labor and the Indian Ocean  Closed expert meeting Online, Zoom
28 Jan Het Verleden Heeft een Huis  Evenement  
29 Jan Erfenis Conversation | From Africa: Re-Thinking Slavery, Geography, and Personhood Closed expert meeting  
25 Feb Thinking With | Kwame N'mako Conversation  
  Erfenis Conversation |   Closed expert meeting  
       
4 mar Adriaan Gebrands Lecture | Beth Povinelli Lecture  
15 Mar Is the Code Sufficient  Symposium  
23 or 30 Mar Erfenis Conversation | The Worlds They Made Closed expert meeting  
24-26 Mar Pacific Arts Association    
1 Apr Thinking With | Kaiama L. Glover | Ethics of Disorderly Being Conservation  
6-9 Apr Inward Outward  Symposium  
14 or 15 Apr A Future where Racism has no Place |  Conversation  
17 or 29 Apr The Visual Life of Racial Capitalism    
20 May A Future where Racism has no Place |     
26-28 May Undisciplining Photography Symposium Symposium  
1 Jun Brown Bag | Junior Fellows    
17 or 24 Jun A Future where Racism has no Place |     
17-19 Nov The Long History of Claims for the Return of Cultural Heritage from Colonial Contexts    
25 Nov Adriaan Gebrands Lecture     
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

Image: Javanese Pawukon Calender. Javanese pawukon manuscripts contain divinatory calendars based on the Javanese cycle of thirty wukus of seven days. RV-42-43. For more information on Pawukon, read this article by Dick van der Meij wacana.ui.ac.id/index.php/wjhi/article/view/729/pdf_85