The European Association of Social Anthropologists organised a four-day international conference between 14–17 August 2018 on the topics of staying, moving, and settling. Our colleague, Ildikó Sz. Kristóf gave a presentation in the panel ‘Peripheral’ anthropologies of Europe. Their histories and intellectual genealogies on the agents and contexts of the appearance of global ethnography/anthropology in Hungary between 1760 and 1830.

The call for papers is available here. See the panels and the abstracts here and here.