The original topic "Hierarchical justice for an unequal world" cancelled. Instead "Europe’s catastrophe in Ukraine and thinking through unthinkable times" - a public lecture by Anastasia Piliavsky as part of our Seminar Series.
Anastasia Piliavsky teaches anthropology and politics at King’s College London. She works historically and ethnographically on crime, democracy and hierarchy in India, and theoretically on the general theory of social value. She is the editor of Patronage as politics in South Asia (CUP 2014) and author of Nobody’s people: Hierarchy as hope in a society of thieves (Stanford 2020). She is now writing a book about India’s hierarchical democracy and running an ERC-funded project on India’s political lexicons.
You can attend this talk on our Vienna campus in A-415 or please register here for online attendance.