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Future events

Anthropology of Crime and Security EASA Conference 2022 – Call for Panels
The Anthropology of Crime and Criminalisation network ( https://www.anthrocrime.net ) and the Anthropology of Security network ( https://anthro-security.net ) are pleased to announce their first conference together, live, at the University of Bologna, Italy.

Abstract:
As a result of current social, political and economic trends, anthropologists are increasingly interested in security, crime, and criminalisation. The first jointly organised conference between the Anthropology of Crime and Criminalisation (AnthroCrime) and the Anthropology of Security (ASN) EASA networks aims to explore crime and security, developing novel methodological and theoretical approaches to their analysis.

Read the full Call for Panels here.
DEADLINE: 05 March 2022


Past events

VIGILANTISM RESURRECTED: Anthropological Explorations of Violent Transfigurations of State, Crime and Politics across Contexts.
(May 20-22, 2021). Online workshop in collaboration with the EASA AnthroCrime network. This workshop explores vigilantism as a symptom that invites us to attend the complex and uneasy relationship between crime and policing as well as legal and extralegal forms of law enforcement, criminality, impunity, politics, and statecraft.

Keynote Speech by Prof Jean Comaroff (Harvard University). Three days, six panels.
Free and open access on Zoom, registrations on the website

ANTHROCRIME INAUGURAL SEMINAR: Towards an Anthropology of Crime and Criminalisation.
(May 07th, 2021, 3.30 PM CEST). Inaugural online event of the EASA network on the anthropology of crime and criminalisation, AnthroCrime. Keynotes by Henrik Erdman Vigh, Lucia Michelutti and Avi Brisman. Free and open access on Zoom, registrations on the website.

Anthropology of Crime and Criminalization Online Workshop 2020, University of Bologna.
(October 07-09, 2020). This workshop gave rise to the proposal to establish the EASA AnthroCrime network.