Welcome to the Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research
John Holloway: Hoffnung in hoffnungslosen Zeiten
Die MATS Module für das kommende Semester zur Übersicht
ECOLOGIES OF WAR
Workshop "Engaging with Data - Ideologies, Methods and Challenges"
Beekeeping in the End Times
Every Thursday: Decolonizing Anthropology: Digital Lectures and Discussion
Study Visit "Decentering the Museum: Resist! - Repair! - Restitute! - Reimagine!"
Elephants in the Room: Autumn/Spring School on post/colonial memory politics
SCIENCE GOES PUBLIC
Job offer: (Senior) Researcher - Critical Diversity and (Anti)Racism
IfEK Summerparty "Keep it simple and let's have a party!"
Decolonizing Anthropology: Race, Emotions and Transformative Potentials
SECURITY AND JUSTICE BEYOND STATE AND POLICE - Abolitionist Perspectives on and from Rojava.
On the Moral Fetishism of the Cosmopolitan Left and its Consequences
Antrittsvorlesung – Toward an Anthropology of the Ocean Floor
Book Launch. Blackness as Universal Claim (University of California Press, 2022)
Solidarity as a Practice of Anti-Discrimination
The National Frame: Art and State Violence in Turkey and Germany
“The innovation of Rastafari dancehall music in isiXhosa language in Cape Town”
Martin Gruber reviews "Sharing the Camera"
Institut Colloquium: The (Un)Democratic Disease: Changing Epistemologies, Plastic Bodies, and the Other in Dementia Care
Announcement: Institute Colloquium in SoSe 23
Artikel: Forschen zwischen Küche und Computer
Ethnogeeks sucht neues studentisches Team: Hilfskraftjob!
Ausschreibung: Planspieltutor*innen gesucht!
Announcement: new boasblog "Undoing Race and Racism"
Invitation to a "last-minute" Zoom Info Call
The Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research presents: Jens Adam (University of Bremen) and Sabine Hess (Universität Göttingen)
Bremen Days of Ethnografic Film 2023
The Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research presents: Minh Nguyen (University of Bielefeld)
The Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research presents: Maka Suarez and Jorge Nuñez
The Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research at the Universität Bremen presents Xenia Cherkaev
The Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research at the Universität Bremen presents Bernd Kasparek
Come join us in Bremen for a Masters in Transcultural Studies! Application deadline: June 15.2022!
The Geopolitics of Small Things
Summer Semester 2022 Colloquium
Continuation of the event series Diversity @ Uni Bremen in the summer semester 2022 on the focus "Social Origin & Educational (In)Equity".
Clandestine Publics got invited to the FUSION Festival!
University of Bremen collaborates with Off-University and the New University in Exile Consortium
Ethnography as Counter-Investigation?
Tidal Cities: Contested Speculative Futures Of Urban Shorelines
Energy: A Geo-Theology Of Work
Solidarity, Contradiction, and Care in Athens
Frederike Oberheim & Amanda Harvey-Sanchez: Reports From The Frontline Of Climate Activism
Planetary Healthy Publics: Who Is This 'We' And What Can They Do?
Young International Scholars Autumn Research School
"The Sea is Rising and so are we?"
University of Bremen collaborates with Off-University
Anthropology and Cultural Research's prmiary goal is to grasp the complexity and dynamics of social and cultural phenomena. One of our departmental key foci in research and teaching thus lies in the critical examination of transcultural processes, diversity and social inequality in the contemporary world.
In Media Anthropology and Visual Anthropology we focus on the central role the media plays in shaping cultural and social processes in contemporary life. Research and teaching in these areas are geared to analyzing developments at both global and local levels.
Ifek covers a broad spectrum of subjects in both teaching and research, including topics related to the environment, energy and resources; medical anthropology, science and technology studies (STS); as well as social and cultural research in the field of the anthropology of the oceans.
The term Public Anthropology refers to a socio-politically engaged form of Social and Cultural Anthropology aimed at tackling issues of contemporary relevance, while at the same time actively seeking two-way exchanges between academia and general public.