EXPLORING VIOLENCE, SURVEILLANCE, & AUTHORITARIAN CONTROL:
ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO ETHICS, SUBJECTIVITY, & JUSTICE
Workshop held at Berlin Graduate School Muslim Cultures and Societies, Hittorfstr. 18, 14195 Berlin
November 15, 2021, 1.30-5-30 pm
This half-day in-person workshop brings two researchers, Dr Erol Saglam (BGSMCS, Germany) and Dr Deniz Yonucu (Newcastle University, UK) together with ten doctoral students to explore the reverberations of ethnographic research in contexts that are plagued by suspicion, surveillance, and violence. It directly tackles how such engagements force researchers to rethink the anthropological conventions around ethics as well as theoretical articulations around statecraft, agency, and subjectivity.
The workshop will take place in FU Berlin, is to accept 10 participants, and is open to doctoral researchers of different disciplines and socio-political contexts. For those who are to travel to Berlin for the workshop, they can offer a limited number of reimbursement opportunities (max. € 200,-).
Please find the details in the attached document: Workshop_Exploring_Violence