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Online proceedings of the Symposium Anthropology and the Ends of Worlds, edited by Sebastian Job, Linda Connor

Label
Online proceedings of the Symposium Anthropology and the Ends of Worlds
Title
Online proceedings of the Symposium Anthropology and the Ends of Worlds
Statement of responsibility
edited by Sebastian Job, Linda Connor
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Additional physical form
Electronic version also available
Cataloging source
ANL
Entry convention
successive entry
Frequency
annual
Original alphabet or script of title
basic roman
Regularity
regular
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1950-
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  • Job, Sebastian
  • Connor, Linda
  • University of Sydney
Series statement
Sydney Anthropology Symposium Series SASS,
Series volume
Vol. 1
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  • Anthropology
  • End of the world
  • Dominican Republic
  • Easter Island
  • Indonesia
  • Mexico
  • Brazil
Label
Online proceedings of the Symposium Anthropology and the Ends of Worlds, edited by Sebastian Job, Linda Connor
Link
https://anthroendsofworlds.wordpress.com/proceedings/
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "Impressum: Title: online Proceedings of the Symposium Anthropology and the ends of worlds. University of Sydney 25-26 March 2010" -- Cover page verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction -- Panel 1: Wanting and denying the end -- 'Crisis is coming' visions of material and immaterial ends / Erin Taylor -- Climate change and the challenge of immortality: faith, denial and intimations of eternity / Linda Connor -- Panel 2: Prophecy and Eschatology -- Spiritual imagination and societal change in Indonesia: the prophesies of King Jayabaya / Thomas Reuter -- The end of the world at the end of the earth: retrospective eschatology on Rapanui (Easter Island) / Grant MacCall -- Pannel 3: Accepting death -- Death and the city: mortuary rituals and urban renewal in Surabaya / Robbie Peters -- Panel 4: the future of myth -- Technology, disorder and the ends of work / Jon Marshall -- Without ends facing the end; of Aztec Revivalists and Anthropologists / Sebastian Job -- Panel 5: Aboriginal ends -- Perpetual ends and perpetual beginnings: temporalities of indigeneity in Australia / Emma Kowal -- Death as the end of a future / Gaynor Macdonald -- Panel 6: Perilous indigeneity in South American -- 'Anthopokaluptein': the end as anthropological revelation / Carla Stang -- Appendix: symposium welcome message -- Contributor biographies: Connor, Linda; Job, Sebastian; Kowal, Emma; Macdonald, Gaynor; Marshall, Jonathan Paul; McCall, Grant; Peters, Robbie; Reuter, Thomas; Stang, Carla; Taylor, Erin B. -- Time schedule
Control code
000050223961
Form of item
electronic
Issn
2201-4578
System control number
(OCoLC)820707277
Label
Online proceedings of the Symposium Anthropology and the Ends of Worlds, edited by Sebastian Job, Linda Connor
Link
https://anthroendsofworlds.wordpress.com/proceedings/
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "Impressum: Title: online Proceedings of the Symposium Anthropology and the ends of worlds. University of Sydney 25-26 March 2010" -- Cover page verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction -- Panel 1: Wanting and denying the end -- 'Crisis is coming' visions of material and immaterial ends / Erin Taylor -- Climate change and the challenge of immortality: faith, denial and intimations of eternity / Linda Connor -- Panel 2: Prophecy and Eschatology -- Spiritual imagination and societal change in Indonesia: the prophesies of King Jayabaya / Thomas Reuter -- The end of the world at the end of the earth: retrospective eschatology on Rapanui (Easter Island) / Grant MacCall -- Pannel 3: Accepting death -- Death and the city: mortuary rituals and urban renewal in Surabaya / Robbie Peters -- Panel 4: the future of myth -- Technology, disorder and the ends of work / Jon Marshall -- Without ends facing the end; of Aztec Revivalists and Anthropologists / Sebastian Job -- Panel 5: Aboriginal ends -- Perpetual ends and perpetual beginnings: temporalities of indigeneity in Australia / Emma Kowal -- Death as the end of a future / Gaynor Macdonald -- Panel 6: Perilous indigeneity in South American -- 'Anthopokaluptein': the end as anthropological revelation / Carla Stang -- Appendix: symposium welcome message -- Contributor biographies: Connor, Linda; Job, Sebastian; Kowal, Emma; Macdonald, Gaynor; Marshall, Jonathan Paul; McCall, Grant; Peters, Robbie; Reuter, Thomas; Stang, Carla; Taylor, Erin B. -- Time schedule
Control code
000050223961
Form of item
electronic
Issn
2201-4578
System control number
(OCoLC)820707277

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