ILAS Fellow, Kathryn Santner, awarded Ruth and Lincoln Ekstrom Fellowship at John Carter Brown Library

Tuesday 26 March 2019
Congratulations to ILAS Fellow, Kathryn Santner , who has been awarded a Ruth and Lincoln Ekstrom Fellowship on behalf of the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University.  Kathryn will complete a two-month residential fellowship from September 2019 to pursue her research project on "Transpacific Sisters: Art and the Lived Religion of Monastic Women in the Spanish Pacific".

'The Fieldwork Playlist', Suomen Antropologi Special Section, co-edited by ILAS' William Tantam, available online

Monday 11 February 2019
'The Fieldwork Playlist', a Special Section within the current issue of  Suomen Antropologi , the Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society, is now available through open access .  The section, co-edited by ILAS Fellow, William Tantam, explores 'the largely understudied potential of music in understanding the interpersonal aspects of practising anthropology." (Volume 43, Issue 2, Summer 2018, Editor's Note).              

Ainhoa Montoya awarded British Academy seed funding

Thursday 24 January 2019
Congratulations to ILAS lecturer, Ainhoa Montoya, who has been awarded British Academy seed funding to support a collaboration with the O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU).  The project will involve an exchange of ideas on the "Technologies of Democracy in Post-Conflict Settings" in South Asia and Latin America.

Historias de El Salvador / Stories from El Salvador: Being Human Festival at Latin Village, Seven Sisters Indoor Market

Monday 19 November 2018
ILAS was delighted to take part in the Being Human 2018 Festival this Saturday (17th November) with an event at Seven Sisters Indoor Market, London.  Jointly hosted by ILAS academic, Ainhoa Montoya, and Save Latin Village,  the event combined stories from El Salvador's recent metal mining ban with presentations from Save Latin Village on its campaign to preserve the community market for future generations.  You can learn more about El Salvador's historic mining ban here and the Save Latin Village campaign here .

Dr Diogo Cabral awarded Newton International Fellowship

Thursday 1 November 2018
Congratulations to Dr Diogo Cabral on his Newton International Fellowship award. Diogo will be joining ILAS from March 2019.  An environmental historical geographer, he is interested in the relations between native ecosystems – especially forest and savannah – and modern Brazilian society.  While at ILAS he will develop his research project on human-ant negotiated geographies in nineteenth-century Brazil.