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22.10. - 04.02. 2020

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Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology

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    Looking back thirty years after the fall of the iron curtain, Francis Fukuyama’s thesis of “the end of history“ (1992) – that after the fall of socialism, free-market liberal democracy has on out and will become the world’s final form of human government – has evidently not come true. Instead, history has continued to evolve in multiple directions, destabilizing and leaving behind many old certainties, fragmenting instead into multiple histories. Many of these developments, while highly selfconscious of time and temporality in their self-declared afterologies, have meanwhile developed historicities of their own. Hence, rather than evoking the end of History, this lecture series invites us to take stock of what has come after, and become of, the multiple
    afterologies at histories’ multiple ends: what post-1989 worlds have been made and are in the making, and what are anthropology’s contributions in charting these shifting terrains?

    Date and time: Tuesday, 4:15 – 6:00 pm

    22.10.2019 | Claudio Sopranzetti | University of Oxford
    History Once More: the rise of authoritarianism in Thailand

    05.11.2019 | Annika Lems | MPI for Social Anthropology
    Was there a “Pre” to Post-Liberal Cultural Practices? Unearthing the everyday histories underlying Europe’s reactionary backlash

    19.11.2019 | Tariq Modood | University of Bristol
    Re-thinking Political Secularism: the multiculturalist challenge

    03.12.2019 | Steffen Mau | Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
    Lütten Klein. Social transformations in East Germany

    07.01.2020 | Dace Dzenovska | University of Oxford
    School of Europeanness: tolerance and other lessons in political liberalism in Latvia

    21.01.2020 | Sahana Udupa| Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
    Digital Media and Extreme Speech: a decolonial move to account for multiplicities and convergence

    04.02.2020 | Mark Goodale | University of Lausanne
    Postneoliberalism in a Plurinational State: economic alterity and hybridity in Bolivia

    Source: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Link (16 October 2019)