SeaM Presentations

MDGs

In February 2017, James Smith (Edinburgh) went on a SeaM Exchange Fellowship to the University of Witwatersrand. He presented on Neglected Tropical Diseases – their conceptualisation and attempts to tackle them. You can see the slides, here.

NTDs

In February 2017, James Smith (Edinburgh) went on a SeaM Exchange Fellowship to the University of Witwatersrand. He presented on the current uses of evidence in in Global Health, its possibilities, and its limitations. Click here to see the slides.

Emotions and Reflexivity

In February 2017, Barbara Bompani (Edinburgh) went on a SeaM Exchange Fellowship to the University of Witwatersrand. She shared her thoughts on reflexivity and emotions in the social sciences. Take a look at the presentation, here.

LGBTQ Exclusion

In February 2017, Barbara Bompani (Edinburgh) went on a SeaM Exchange Fellowship to the University of Witwatersrand. She presented on the politics of LGBTQ exclusion in Uganda. You can see the slides, here.

In October 2016, Jo Vearey (Wits) had a SeaM Exchange Fellowship with the University of Edinburgh. She presented some reflections on visual research methods in the context of debates around decolonising the academy. You can see the slides, here.

Alex

In October 2016, Alexandra Hiropoulos (Wits) had a SeaM Exchange Fellowship with the University of Edinburgh. She presented on quantitative crime mapping: its advantages and limitations. Click here to see the slides.

In May 2016, Barbara Bompani (Edinburgh) and Jo Vearey (Wits) represented the SeaM project at the Going Global Conference. Take a look at their presentation, here.

Gil ViryIn February 2016, Gil Viry (Edinburgh) presented at the SeaM Methods Workshop on Social Network Analysis. Click here to see his presentation.

Ways of Knowing

In February 2016, Jo Vearey (Wits) and Elsa Oliveira (Wits) presented at the SeaM Methods Workshop on visual methodologies. Take a look at their presentation, here.

Digital

In February 2016, Angus Bancroft (Edinburgh) presented at the SeaM Methods workshop, reflecting on the challenges of digital anthropology. You can see his presentation here.

Setting the Scene

In February 2016, Graham Crow (Edinburgh) and Fiona Philippi (Edinburgh) presented at the SeaM Methods Workshop on innovative research methods. Click here to see the slides.