Prof. Hansjoerg Dilger will give a lecture and offer the opportunity to talk about questions of ethics during fieldwork, particularly in East Asia.
Hansjoerg Dilger is professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology at Freie Universität Berlin and head of the research area Medical Anthropology. His research interests include anthropology of religion (esp. Pentecostalism and Islam); medical anthropology (esp. HIV/AIDS, anthropology of biomedicine, transnationalization of health, medicine and healing); sexuality, kinship and gender (esp. masculinities); transnationalism and migration; urban anthropology and anthropology of education and learning. His current research project focuses on Christian and Muslim schools in the context of neoliberal reform processes in Dar es Salaam. Recent publications include “Living in Refugee Camps in Berlin: Women's Perspectives and Experiences”, 2016, (eds. with Kristina Dohrn) and “Religion and Aids-Treatment in Africa: Saving Souls, Prolonging Lives”, 2014, (eds. with Rijk van Dijk, Marian Burchardt and Thera Rasing).
May 04, 2017 | 02:00 PM c.t. - 04:00 PM
Room 0.2001 (Holzlaube)
Freie Universität Berlin