Seminar: Everyday justice and security in the Myanmar transition

09.03.2017 | Nynne Visbo-Bomose

Dato ons 26 apr tor 27 apr
Tid 00:00    00:00
Sted 4206-129 (Campus Moesgaard)

Date: Wednesday April 26th and Thursday 27th, 2017

Place: 4206-129 (Campus Moesgaard)

Time: TBA

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The seminar marks the involvement of Aarhus University’s anthropology department in the joint research project ‘EverJust’  (http://www.diis.dk/en/everjust), and will provide an opportunity to explore and discuss the development in Myanmar during the current peace and democratization process. The presentations are based on recent field work, and the speakers include:

Matthew Walton (University of Oxford), Judith Beyer (Universität Konstanz), Michael Lidauer (Peace Research Institute Frankfurt), Myat The Thitsar (Enlightened Myanmar Research Foundation), Helene Maria Kyed (Dansk Institut for Internationale Studier) and Mikael Gravers and Annika Pohl Harrisson from Aarhus University.

Among the topics that will be addressed are the new Panglong Conference and the peace process; conflict interfaces between Buddhist and Muslim communities, local governance, the election and democratization process, justice and development.

The seminar is open to the public, and all are welcome.

Organizers: Mikael Gravers and Annika Pohl Harrisson, Department of Anthropology, AU

 

Funding: Research Programme of Anthropology, Aarhus University and The School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University 

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