Short Courses

I have convened or taught on the following short courses:

⋅ ‘Muslims in a Global Context: Central Asia’ (Guest lecturer, Carnegie Mellon ad University of Pittsburgh joint short course, March 2014).

⋅‘The Anthropology of the State’ (Seminar sequence, HESP ReSET Project on Building Anthropology in Eurasia, Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan, August 2009).

⋅‘Approaches to Nationhood in Western Social Thought’; ‘Ethnicity Without Groups’; ‘The Anthropology of the State’ (in Russian) (Lecture and seminar sequences, HESP ReSET Project on Nationhood and Narrative in Central Asia: History, Context, Critique; Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan, July-August 2006; July-August 2007; August 2008).

⋅‘Thinking through culture: an introduction to social anthropology.’ (Lecture sequence, University of Cambridge Institute for Continuing Education short course, November 2006).

⋅‘Identity as Practice (in Russian) (Lecture and seminar sequence, Soros Foundation, Kyrgyzstan and Invisible College, Bishkek; Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan; July 2005).

⋅‘Introduction to Humanities’ and ‘Individual and Society’ (in Russian) (‘Training of Trainers’, Aga Khan Trust for Culture, Humanities Programme in Central Asia, Bishkek and Dushanbe, Tajikistan, May-June 2005).

⋅Tradition and Modernity in Central Asian Social Science Discourse’ (in Russian) (Lecture and seminar sequence, Central Asia Research Initiative, Almaty, Kazakhstan, October 2004).

⋅‘The Politics and Practice of Research on Inter-Ethnic Relations’ (in Russian) (Lecture and seminar sequence, Soros Foundation, Kyrgyzstan and the Invisible College, Bishkek; Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan, August 2004).

⋅‘Reading the Nation: Theoretical Legacies and Contemporary Debates’ (in Russian) (Lecture and seminar sequence, Central Asia Research Initiative, Almaty, Kazakhstan, July 2004).

⋅Thinking Sociologically About Transition (in Russian) (Lecture sequence, Andijan State University, Uzbekistan, April 2002).

 

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Madeleine Reeves

About Madeleine Reeves

I came to Social Anthropology through a roundabout route via the study of Social and Political Sciences and Russian history. After working for two years in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan and retraining as an anthropologist through an MPhil and PhD at the University of Cambridge I joined the University of Manchester in 2007 as an RCUK Research Fellow in Conflict, Cohesion and Change. In 2012 I joined the Social Anthropology discipline area as a Senior Lecturer in Social Anthropology.