MATIN TransitionS Seminar - Reversible pigs: An infraspecies ethnography of wild boars in Barcelona

Séminaire Permanent Managing and Assessing Transition Innovation Network

Jeudi 11 avril 2024
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LEST, Salle Côté Jardin

Animation Héloïse Berkowitz, Mathias Guérineau, Bastien Marchand

11/04/2024, 13h30-15h00 CET, Aníbal G. Arregui (Department of Social Anthropology, University of Barcelona), Reversible pigs: An infraspecies ethnography of wild boars in Barcelona

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Biography

My work focuses on the corporeal interplays between humans and nonhumans as an ethnographic angle to study processes of ecologic transformation. Since 2006 I conduct fieldwork in lower-Amazonian ribeirinho and quilombola communities, and more recently also on peri-urban 'wild boars' of Barcelona (since 2017). Most of my publications are situated at the intersection between environmental anthropology, the anthropology of the body and multi-species ethnography.

Besides my lecturer assignments at the University of Vienna, I have been postdoc researcher at the University of Rostock (Germany), Charles University/CEFRES (Prague), and since 2019 at the Department of Social Anthropology of the University of Barcelona.

 

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MATIN TransitionS Seminar - Reversible pigs: An infraspecies ethnography of wild boars in Barcelona

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