Now that the symposium is over, we want to invite you to have a look at the photos from the conference.
We also want to point you towards two texts written by Linda Connor in connection to the symposium. You can see at the more than 300 comments to her piece on Unleashed that the issue of climate change is close to the heart of many Australians and spark controversial debates.
To read the full text please click on the title:
Climate change: a cultural crisis. Linda Connor on: ABC Unleashed 12 May 2010
Don’t Worry, Be Happy. Linda Connor in: Newcastle Herald. 26 April 2010. 69
Photos: 25 and 26 March 2010
All photos were taken during the two days of the symposium in the MacCallum & Cullen Rooms of the Sydney University Venue Collection. Holme Building.
All photos courtesy of Mr Lance Richardson
Michael Taussig - keynote lecture; 25 March 2010
Keynote lecture 25 March 2010, MacCallum & Cullen Rms
Sebastian Job (convenor) on "Haunted Houses, Neo-Atztecs, and Anthropologists" 26 March 2010
Jadran Mimica. Discussant of panel 4: The Future of Myth. 26 March 2010
- Jon Marshall (Panel 4) on “Technology, Disorder and the Ends of Work” 26 March 2010
Gillian Cowlishaw and Robbie Peters (Panel 3 "Accepting Death") 26 March 2010
Book Launch of "Fieldwork Identities in the Carribean" edited by Erin Taylor, 26 March 2010
Gillian Cowlishaw on "Artifical Resuscitation of Others' Cultures as Contributing to their Demise" 26 March 2010