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University of St Andrews

12th - 13th April 2013

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  • Professor Dame Marilyn Strathern

    Marilyn Strathern is a Professor of Social Anthropology and has, from 1998 to 2009 been Mistress of Girton College, Cambridge. She was an undergraduate and then a research student at Girton, holding posts in Canberra (ANU), Port Moresby and UC Berkeley (visiting) before returning to the UK in the 1970s. She moved to her first...

  • Professor Tim Ingold

    Tim Ingold is Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen, and a Fellow of both the British Academy and the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Following 25 years at the University of Manchester, where he was appointed Max Gluckman Professor of Social Anthropology in 1995, Ingold moved in 1999 to Aberdeen, where he went on ...

  • Dr Tenywa Aloysius Malagala

    Dr. Tenywa Aloysius Malagala has a Certificate in Governance and Development in Africa (Addis Ababa), and a LLM and a PhD in International Human Rights Law from the University of Essex. His thesis was titled ʻBilateral Donors and a Human Rights-Based Approach to Development Cooperation: SIDA and the Right to Health in Ugandaʼ, and was ...

  • Betty Okot

    Betty Okot is a PhD student at Keele University undertaking an anthropological study of post-conflict Acholiland in Northern Uganda; she is jointly supervised by Prof. Pnina Werbner and Dr. Jane Parish. Betty completed an MSc in Education for Sustainability (EfS), from London South Bank University (LSBU). She has a Certificate of Teaching and ...

  • Dr. Alejandro Toledo

    Dr. Alejandro Toledo was democratically elected President of Peru in 2001. During his five-year term, the central aim of Toledo’s presidency was the fight against poverty through investment in healthcare and education. As a result of sustained economic growth and deliberate social policies directed to the poorest of the poor, extreme poverty ...

  • Eliane Karp-Toledo

    Eliane Karp-Toledo has been teaching in the Department of Anthropology at Stanford University from 2006-2009 where she has specialized in Andean Ethnohistory, The Inca State, Indigenous Rebellions and Resistance as well as Indigenous Peoples of South America and their Politics of Ethnicity in today’s democracies. Today, she is Visiting Scholar ...