Radical Anthropology Group
Next evening talk
Live artist Marisa Carnesky explores how the practice as research performance project Incredible Bleeding Woman came together and the process involved behind the show. Themes of menstrual synchronicity, re-inventing menstrual rituals and popular cultural representations of menstruation in horror film will be explored. In this lecture, Marisa will also show footage from the performance project including new original films of performers from the work and tell stories of the experience of touring, running workshops and presenting versions of the work in London, Croatia, Finland, Australia and Scotland and talk about the future plans of the project.
|8 May||No More ‘Full Moon Faces’: The Anthropology Of Appearance And Social Change Among Young Women In Matrilineal Bhutan||Shivani Kaul|
|15 May||Returning To Religion: Why A Secular Age Is Haunted By Faith||Jonathan Benthall|
|22 May||Anthropology As Necessary Unlearning In Refugee Camps, Courts And Schools||Helena Tuzinska|
|29 May||How Revolutions Create Worlds: An Anthropologist Reflects On The Cuban Revolution||Martin Holbraad|
|5 Jun||The Politics Of Eros: How Hunter-Gatherer Women Assert Solidarity And Power||Morna Finnegan|
|12 Jun||Did Gender Egalitarianism Make Us Human?||Camilla Power|
|19 Jun||On Earth As It Is In Heaven: An Introduction To Archaeoastronomy||Fabio Silva|
|26 Jun||Velimir Khlebnikov: Prophet And Poet Of The Russian Revolution||Chris Knight|
|3 Jul||Doctors Of The Dreaming: How The Shamans Of 'primitive' Communism Offer Us A Key To The Communism Of The Future||Alan Cohen|
Many of our past talks are available as video.