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‘Of epidemics and intangibility: sensing violence in a Brazilian world heritage site’

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You are kindly invited to the first Social Anthropology Research Associates seminar of Lent term, Monday 24th of January. The speaker will be Dr Marta de Magalhães and the title of her paper is: ‘Of epidemics and intangibility: sensing violence in a Brazilian world heritage site’. The paper is available on the SARA website here: https://camtools.cam.ac.uk/access/content/group/3e16167a-d66f-478f-860c-a3bedc87efb7/Readings/Paper%20SARA%202011.pdf

We will meet at 5pm in the anthropology seminar room, Free School Lane.

All are welcome!

This talk is part of the Social Anthropology Research Associate Seminar Series series.

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