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Regnfang Podcast er dedikeret til at udforske menneskesindet. Gennem samtaler med danske og udenlandske forskere, forfattere, litterater, kunstnere og musikere, ønsker vi at skabe bedre forståelse for, hvad der skaber vores mentale liv, samt hvordan vi selv aktivt kan være med til at forme det. I Regnfang Podcast vil du således møde alt fra kulturhistoriske, neuro-videnskabelige, filosofiske, antropologiske, religiøse og poetiske indsigter om sindet. Desuden kan du stifte bekendtskab med konkrete greb og metoder, man kan anvende til at intervenere på ens egne mentale udfoldelse, såsom meditation, åndedræt, litteratur og musik. Læs mere om Regnfang på regnfang.nu

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Regnfang Podcast er dedikeret til at udforske menneskesindet. Gennem samtaler med danske og udenlandske forskere, forfattere, litterater, kunstnere og musikere, ønsker vi at skabe bedre forståelse for, hvad der skaber vores mentale liv, samt hvordan vi selv aktivt kan være med til at forme det. I Regnfang Podcast vil du således møde alt fra kulturhistoriske, neuro-videnskabelige, filosofiske, antropologiske, religiøse og poetiske indsigter om sindet. Desuden kan du stifte bekendtskab med konkrete greb og metoder, man kan anvende til at intervenere på ens egne mentale udfoldelse, såsom meditation, åndedræt, litteratur og musik. Læs mere om Regnfang på regnfang.nu

    #56 Jennifer Hays - Contemporary hunter-gatherer communities, Ju/’hoansi, indigenous rights & knowledge systems

    #56 Jennifer Hays - Contemporary hunter-gatherer communities, Ju/’hoansi, indigenous rights & knowledge systems

    In this episode you will meet Jennifer Hays, who is professor in social anthropology at the University of Tromsø (UiT) – the Arctic University of Norway. Jennifer has been working with hunter-gatherer San Populations in southern Africa for 25 years, as a researcher, and as a consultant for governmental bodies and local and international NGOs. She is, among other things, a founding member of the Hunter Gatherer Education Research and Advocacy Group (HG-Edu), a board member of the Kalahari Peoples’ Fund. She also works as a consultant for UN bodies on global human rights issues. A primary focus of her work has been on issues relating to education, language, and indigenous rights, including the impact of formal education on San lifeways and on their own efforts to attain educational self-determination.
    In the podcast, Jennifer gives us insights into what characterises the ways of life of the approximately 10 million people worldwide who live in contemporary hunter-gatherer communities. Focusing on the Ju/’hoansi in the Nyae Nyae conservancy in Namibia, where Jennifer has conducted decades of extensive fieldwork, we discuss some of the challenges that this community face, especially in terms of education and knowledge transmission.
    Finally, Jennifer offers some reflections on the complex topic of how we can uphold the rights to self-determination of indigenous peoples, and some of the pitfalls that we must take caution to avoid.
    The episode is part of Regnfang’s series of co-publications of the Anthropology on Air podcast. A podcast created and published in collaboration with the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Bergen. The podcast was recorded in early November 2023 when Jennifer was in Bergen to give a lecture at the Bergen Anthropology Department Seminars.


    Resources:
    -       Read more about Jennifer’s work and find her publications here
    Host and production: Sidsel Marie
    Music: Victor Lange

    • 39 min.
    #55 Sabrina Ebbersmeyer: Emotioner, naturen og kvinders plads i filosofihistorien

    #55 Sabrina Ebbersmeyer: Emotioner, naturen og kvinders plads i filosofihistorien

    I denne udsendelse kan du møde filosof og filosofihistoriker Sabrina Ebbersmeyer. Sabrina er lektor på Københavns Universitet, hvor hun forsker og underviser. Hun har publiceret en lang række artikler, bogkapitler og bøger om forskellige filosofiske spørgsmål - heriblandt renæssancens filosofi, naturforståelse,  kvindelige filosoffers plads i filosofihistorien og forholdet mellem emotioner og rationalitet. 
    I dette interview giver Sabrina en introduktion til flere filosofiske diskussioner. Hun giver et overblik over renæssanc ens syn på sjælen, herunder den italienske filosof Telesios teori om emotioner. Derudover taler vi om den danske adelskvinde og filosof Birgitte Thotts oversættelse af Seneca. Slutteligt fortæller Sabrina om et nyt og stort anlagt forskningsprojekt, der skal udforske kvindelige filosoffers rolle i Nordens oplysningstid. Hun har netop modtaget midler til det projekt fra det meget prestigefyldte European Research Council (ECR). 
    Jeg nød virkelig at tale med Sabrina. Hendes forskning og perspektiver på filosofi er enormt berigende og utrolig interessante. Jeg vil anbefale alle, der har interesse for filosofi, at følge hendes arbejde.


    God fornøjelse. 


    Klipning: Sidsel Marie 
    Musik og vært: Victor Lange 

    • 55 min.
    #54 Hans Jørgen Brøndums erindringer

    #54 Hans Jørgen Brøndums erindringer

    I denne udsendelse kan du møde Hans Jørgen Brøndum. Hans Jørgen drev trykkeriet og forlaget Brøndum i næsten 40 år, i Nansensgade 41 i København. Brøndum opsatte, trykte og udgav nogle af de fineste udgivelser, vi har på dansk. Det gjaldt danske og udenlandske forfattere og kunstnere såsom Inger Christensen, Henrik Nordbrandt, Per Kirkeby, Henry Miller, Samuel Beckett og Fernando Pessoa. 
    Hans Jørgen giver i nærværende udsendelse en række erindringer omkring sit virke. Han fortæller om sine unge år som studerende på kunstakademiet i København, om sit første møde med blandt andet digteren Ole Sarvig, om de tidlige år med trykkeriet og om de mange forskellige mennesker, der kom på Nansensgade 41. Du kan høre om, hvordan Hans Jørgen arbejdede sammen med Inger Christensen i forbindelse med udgivelsen af Sommerfugledalen, eller hvordan han indledte sit årelange venskab og virke med Henrik Nordbrandt og Per Kirkeby.
    Jeg vil anbefale, at man anskaffer sig Hans Jørgens erindringer, I en kælder sort som kul. Den er enormt velskrevet og indeholder virkelig interessante betragtninger omkring litteratur, kunst og livet i det hele taget. Den kan købes i butikken på Nansensgade 41.


    God fornøjelse.

    • 1 t. 21 min.
    #53 Matthew Carey - Friendship, love, and grief in the Moroccan High Atlas

    #53 Matthew Carey - Friendship, love, and grief in the Moroccan High Atlas

    Welcome to Regnfang’s co-publication of the Anthropology on Air podcast. A podcast created and published in collaboration with the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Bergen. Each episode features interviews with social sciences researchers on topics related to the ways in which our human mind and life is entangled with the communities of ideas and beings with whom we live.
    In this episode, you will meet Matthew Carey who is associate professor at the Department of Anthropology at Copenhagen University. Matthew’s main field site is in the Moroccan High Atlas where he has done recurring fieldwork since 2002. His work here has, among other things, focused on mistrust, complicity, egalitarianism, sincerity, subjectivity, medical pluralism, and anarchism. Apart from that, Matthew has written on issues related to apocalyptic discourses, conspiracy, lying, and bureaucracy.
     In this conversation, we talk with Matthew about his book ‘Mistrust: An ethnographic theory’ before delving into the subject of infant mortality and parental grief among Tachelhit-Berber speaking communities in Southern Morocco. In trying to explain the radical difference here between showcase and claimed experience of grief when small compared to older children passed away, Matthew provides an anthropological analysis of different forms of emotional attachment and relational bonding.
     The podcast was recorded in early May 2023 when Matthew was in Bergen to give a presentation at the Bergen Social Anthropology Seminar (BSAS).


    Host and production: Sidsel Marie
    Music: Victor Lange

    • 40 min.
    #52 Veronica Strang - Water beings, human-nature relations, & the environmental crisis

    #52 Veronica Strang - Water beings, human-nature relations, & the environmental crisis

    Welcome to Regnfang’s co-publication of the Anthropology on Air podcast. A podcast created and published in collaboration with the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Bergen. Each episode features interviews with social sciences researchers on topics related to the ways in which our human mind and life is entangled with the communities of ideas and beings with whom we live.
    In this episode you will meet Veronica Strang, who is a professor of anthropology currently affiliated with Oxford University. Her research focuses on human-environmental relations, and in particular, societies’ engagements with water, encompassing conflicts over ownership and governance; cultural beliefs and values; human and non-human rights; and people´s sensory and cognitive interactions with water. Veronica’s main ethnographic research has been conducted in Australia, New Zealand, and the UK, and apart from publishing an impressive number of academic books and articles on the topic of water, she has consulted and worked with people from the water industry, the UN, and UNESCO, just to mention a few. 


    We talk with Veronica about her more recent work on water beings. After describing what a water being is, Veronica unfolds how thinking with and through these creatures can illuminate culturally specific and historically changing human-environmental relations. We talk about how water beings can be used as a narrative device for criticising a sharp nature/culture divide and how they can provide alternative models for relating to nature and responding to the current environmental crisis. Finally, Veronica touches upon the comparative and co-authoring nature of anthropology.
    The podcast was recorded in late May 2023 when Veronica was in Bergen to give a presentation at the Bergen Social Anthropology Seminar (BSAS).
    Books referred to in the podcast:
    -       Water Beings: From Nature Worship to the Environmental crisis (Reaktion Books, 2023)
    -       The Meaning of Water (Routledge, 2004)
    -       Gardening the world: agency, identity, and the ownership of water (Berghahn Books, 2009)


    Host and production: Sidsel Marie
    Music: Victor Lange

    • 45 min.
    #51 George Paul Meiu - Queer objects & intimate citizenship in Kenya

    #51 George Paul Meiu - Queer objects & intimate citizenship in Kenya

    Welcome to Regnfang’s co-publication of the Anthropology on Air podcast. A podcast created and published in collaboration with the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Bergen. Each episode features interviews with social sciences researchers on topics related to the ways in which our human mind and life is entangled with the communities of ideas and beings with whom we live.
    This episode’s guest, George Paul Meiu, is professor of anthropology and chair of the institute of social anthropology at the University of Basel and associate in the departments of anthropology and African and African American studies at Harvard University.
    George’s research and teaching focus on sexuality, gender, and kinship; ethnicity, belonging and citizenship; mobility, memory, and materiality; and the political economy of East Africa and Eastern Europe. He is the author of the prize-winning book Ethno-erotic Economies: Sexuality, Money, and Belonging in Kenya (University of Chicago Press, 2017), and his new book, currently in press, is titled Queer Objects to the Rescue: Intimacy and Citizenship in Kenya (University of Chicago Press, 2023). In addition, George is our companion in the attempt of getting anthropology on air, he is the host and producer of the combined video-podcast platform, Ethnographic Imagination Basel, which we really recommend checking out!
    In this podcast, we talk with George about ways to understand the contemporary homophobic violence and sentiment in Kenya. Instead of imposing perspectives from queer liberalism, George suggests situating the phenomenon in its own social, material, and historical context in order to grasp its local grammar and conditions of reproduction. George then offers an analytical strategy to do this through a focus on what he calls ‘queer objects’. We talk about how objects such as plastic and diapers can be used to grasp the moral panic over homosexuality in Kenya and how this relates to notions of intimate citizenship. Finally, George describes how the queer potentiality of objects has been used in artivism and activism and how we might use it for thinking critically, imagining, and creating new worlds.
    The podcast was recorded in early June 2023 when George was in Bergen to give a presentation at the Bergen Social Anthropology Seminar (BSAS).


    Resources:
    -       If you want to learn more about George’s work, we recommend listening to this New Books Network podcast episode, where he talks about his prize-winning book Ethno-erotic Economies: Sexuality, Money, and Belonging in Kenya


    Host and production: Sidsel Marie
    Music: Victor Lange

    • 44 min.

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