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The blog Fieldwork meets Crisis is part of the DGSKA Autumn School, which takes its starting point in the current pandemic moment, which substantially affects our discipline. In their blog posts, the participating researchers give insight into challenges and opportunities of ongoing research in times of the pandemic, and document not only pandemic field sites, but also current theoretical debates and emerging fields of anthropological research.
nimmt ihren Ausgangspunkt im aktuellen pandemischen Moment, das unser Fach in
seiner Gänze betrifft und zu verändern scheint. Selbst wenn
die Corona-bedingten Veränderungen der ethnologischen Forschung
(hoffentlich) nicht von Dauer sein werden, provozieren sie wichtige Fragen und
Diskussionen, die über den pandemischen Moment hinausgehen und für die
Ethnologie relevant bleiben.
The roundtable will take place on Wednesday 12.08, 13:00, via Zoom. It is a closed research workshop jointly held by the ERC project team 'Welfare for Migrant Factory Worker: Moral Struggles and Politics of Care under Market Socialism' led by Minh Nguyen at Bielefeld University and ERC project team 'Whales of Power: Aquatic Mammals, Devotional Practices, and Environmental Change in Maritime East Asia' led by Prof. Aike Peter Rots at the University of Oslo.
The participants will exchange
information regarding their fieldwork plans and discuss how to deal with
emerging difficulties of conducting fieldwork during the current crisis as well
as general issues of doing fieldwork in East Asian countries.
Phill Wilcox, from AG Social Anthropology, Bielefeld University, has co-convened a roundtable on digital methodologies for the EASA 2020 conference on 22. July 2020.
The roundtable “Methodologies on and
offline: doing ethnography ethically in the digital age” examines how digital
technologies impact the anthropological methodology by discussing issues
related to the ethics of digital research, the contemporary understanding of
the field site, public intimacy, data management, the notion of public/private,
and online/offline identities.
The RG Social Anthropology has published three new papers recently:
- Professor Dr. Minh Nguyen has published the paper Portfolios of Social Protection, Labour Mobility and the Rise of Life Insurance in Rural Central Vietnam in Development and Change.
- Dr. Jake Lin has published the paper Psyche Matters: Resistance from the Chinese Sweatshop of the World in Perspectives on Global Development and Technology.
- Dr. Phill Wilcox has published a paper “Don't ever change”? Cultural heritage and social development in “timeless” Luang Prabang in Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development.
Minh Nguyen is the co-editor of the current South East Asia Research, Volume 28, Issue 1:
“Beyond the State? The
Moral Turn of Development in South East Asia”. This a special issue
of South East Asia Research on moral development in Southeast Asia,
edited by Associate Professor Annuska Derks and Professor Minh Nguyen. Looking
“beyond the state”, articles in this special issue examine new assemblages of
humanitarian and development actors.
Nguyen’s book Waste and Wealth: An Ethnography of Labor, Value, and Morality in
a Vietnamese Recycling Economy is
the winner of the 2019 Book Prize of the Society for the Anthropology of Work.
Upcoming conference at ZIF: "The Good Life in Late Socialist Asia: Aspirations, Politics and Possibilities"
The ZiF wants to bring to your attention that Minh Nguyen and Phil
Wilcox convene fellow colleagues to a workshop titled "The Good Life in
Late Socialist Asia Aspirations, Politics and Possibilities" from the
16th of September to the 18th of September. Click here to see the
Auf der Seite des "Max-Planck-Instituts für ethnologische Forschung" finden Sie unter dem Titel "Das Alumni-Interview: 10 Fragen an Minh Nguyen" ein kurzes Interview mit Minh Nguyen. Bevor sie 2018 als Professorin für Sozialanthropologie an die Fakultät kam, wirkte Minh Nguyen zwischen 2011 und 2016 als Research Fellow innerhalb der Fokusgruppe "Social Support and Kinship in China and Vietnam" am "Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung" in Halle/Saale. In dem Interview blickt Minh Nguyen auf die Anfänge ihrerer Karriere und ihr damaliges Arbeitsumfeld am MPI zurück.
Link zur deutschen Fassung des Interviews.
Link to the English version of the interview.
TRaNS: Trans – Regional and – National Studies of Southeast Asia, Volume 7/1 (ed. by Minh Nguyen & Oliver Tappe)
The new volume of the series "TRaNS", which approaches studies of Southeast Asia, has recently been published by Cambridge University Press. Minh Nguyen and Oliver Tappe are featured as special editors. The recent publication consists of chapters written by Oliver Tappe, Minh Nguyen, Indré Balčaitė, Inga Gruß, Gerben Nooteboom and Cheryll Alipio.
“TRN Volume 7 Issue 1.” TRaNS: Trans -Regional
and -National Studies of Southeast Asia 7, no. 1 (2019): f1–f3.
Minh Nuguyen will hold a lecture
at the University of Cologne about her book "Waste and Wealth: Gendered
Labor, Value and Morality in a Vietnamese Migrant Reclycling Economy"
on June, 26th.
Under the headline "A Scoial Anthropologist Asks: How Do Countries Take Care of Their Citizens?", Minh Nguyen is currently featured in "DAAD's (German Academic Exchange Service) Research in Germany" portal. The initiative launched by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) seeks to present Germany's research achievements to the international scientific community.[Weiterlesen]
Am 16. Januar hielt Prof. Dr. Minh Nguyen ihre Antrittsvorlesung mit dem Thema "Waste and Wealth: Labor, Value and Morality in a Vietnamese Recycling Economy".
Prof. Dr. Minh Nguyen
Dekanin Prof. Dr. Joanna Pfaff-Czarnecka und Prof. Dr. Minh Nguyen
Weitere Bilder finden Sie in der Bildergalerie.[Weiterlesen]
Am Mittwoch, den 16. Januar 2019 hält Prof. Dr. Minh Nguyen ihre Antrittsvorlesung zum Thema "Waste and Wealth: Labor, Value and Morality in a Vietnamese Recycling Economy". Die Veranstaltung findet um 12 Uhr (c.t.) in X-E0-002 statt.
Bevor Minh Nguyen Anfang 2018 Professorin für Sozialanthropologie an der Faktultät für Soziologie an der Universität Bielefeld geworden ist, hat sie sechs Jahre am Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung in Halle (Saale) geforscht.[Weiterlesen]
Phill Wilcox receives Bielefeld Young Researcher's Fund for her Projekt "One World: One Dream? The rise of China in Laos".
This project investigates perceptions of China and Chinese influence in Laos. Currently, a major railway is under construction from China that will cover approximately half the territory of Laos. My aim is to use the Lao-China railway as a means to investigate Laos at a time of change, and implications for Laos, Southeast Asia and ASEAN.[Weiterlesen]
Waste and Wealth. An Ethnography of Labor, Value, and Morality in a Vietnamese Recycling Economy (Oxford University Press)Waste and Wealth examines questions of value, labor, and morality underlining the translocal waste trading networks originating from a rural district in Vietnam. Considering waste as an economic category of global significance, this book shows migrant laborers' complex negotiations with political economic forces to remake their social and moral lives. It also illuminates how the waste traders seek to construct viable identities in the face of stigmatization, insecurity, and precarity. Waste and Wealth makes an important contribution to global studies of human economies and post-socialist transformations, demonstrating how the forces of globalization blend with local historical-cultural dynamics to shape the valuation of people and things.
Waste and Wealth is a volume in the series ISSUES OF GLOBALIZATION: CASE STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY ANTHROPOLOGY, which examines the experiences of individual communities in our contemporary world. Each volume offers a brief and engaging exploration of a particular issue arising from globalization and its cultural, political, and economic effects on certain peoples or groups.
"Waste and Wealth is an outstanding ethnography brimming with vivid details and insights about the lives of Vietnamese waste traders. Tracing the livelihood strategies, hopes, dreams, and struggles of Spring Village traders, Minh Nguyen takes readers on a riveting series of journeys throughout the nation's capital city, Hanoi, and surrounding areas. It is a story of hard, dirty labor, but also of resilience, social mobility, and economic uplift. The waste traders in this book are not only turning waste into gold, but literally remaking themselves, their village, and Vietnam's new rural economy."--Erik Lind Harms, Yale University
"With this compellingly written and highly original ethnography, Nguyen shows how informal recyclers remake themselves, their relationships, and their circumstances, laying to rest the assumptions that waste is inherently worthless and that those who work with it are doomed to abject poverty. The book is clearly written, demonstrating complex entanglements of dirty work, class aspirations, and gender politics in a post-socialist context."--Joshua Reno, Binghamton University
"The ethnography is skillfully crafted, drawing readers into people's lives with a keen appreciation of how they juggle competing moralities and demands on their lives. Nguyen's theoretical contribution is deft, efficient, and--as with the best ethnography--lightly and dexterously woven through her material."--Catherine Alexander, Durham University
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