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Udo Krautwurst

Degrees: 
  • B.A. University of Manitoba, 1983
  • M.A. University of Manitoba, 1987
  • PhD. University of Connecticut, 1997
Position: 
Associate Professor
Department: 
sociologyanthropology
Faculty: 
Arts
Phone: 
(902) 566-0306
Research Interests: 
  • settler colonialism in southern Africa
  • the relationships between socio-cultural anthropology and contemporary social theory
  • visual culture; and human-technology interactions within cultures of scientific research
Citations: 
  1.  2009, ‘The Joy of Looking: Early German Anthropology, Photography, and Audience Formation’, in Reconsidering an Anthropometrical Collection from Southern Africa: Images, Voices, and Versioning. A. Hoffmann (ed.), Basler Afrika Bibliographien: Basel, Switzerland. Pp. 148-81. (Revised reprint)
  2. 2007, ‘Cyborg Anthropology and/as Endocolonization’, Culture, Theory, and Critique, vol. 48(2), pp.139-60.

  3. 2005, ‘Review of Michael M. J. Fischer, Emergent Forms of Life and the Anthropological Voice’, Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology  

    http://www.csaa.ca/CRSA/BookReview/Reviews/2005REVIEWS/200503FISCHER.htm .

  4. 2004, ‘Review of Daniel Joseph Walther, Creating Germans Abroad: Cultural Policies and National Identity in Namibia’, Canadian Journal of African Studies, Vol. 38 (1), pp 225-227.
     
  5. 2003,‘What is Settler Colonialism?: An Anthropological Meditation on Frantz Fanon’s ‘Concerning Violence’’, History and Anthropology, March, vol 14(1), pp. 55-72.