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PLACEB-O 'In Conversation' Seminar Series

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PLACEB -O (Partners Linked Across Collaborations in Ethics & the Biosciences – Orbital) is pleased to announce the ‘In Conversation’ seminar series, on the theme of Ethics, Knowledge and Institutions, to be held during Lent Term 2009. Invited speakers will address the following themes: (i) institutions, social innovation and ethics; (ii) states, power and collaborative knowledge relations; and (iii) public anthropology and the role of intellectuals within and beyond the university.

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Disputing Distribution: Ethics and pharmaceutical regulation in Nepal

Entrance to the Mond building is at the rear of the Department on the New Museums Site

UserDr Ian Harper, Social Anthropology, University of Edinburgh.

HouseMond Seminar Room, Department of Social Anthropology.

ClockFriday 27 February 2009, 12:30-13:55

Transacting knowledge, transplanting organs: collaborative science partnerships in Mongolia

The Mond Seminar Room is in the Mond Building, New Museums Site

UserDr. Rebecca Empson, Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge.

HouseMond Seminar Room, Department of Social Anthropology.

ClockFriday 28 November 2008, 12:30-13:55

The flock and the citizen - permissiveness and vulnerability in international biological research collaboration

The Mond Seminar Room is in the Mond Building, New Museums Site

UserDr Ayo Wahlberg, BIOS Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science.

HouseMond Seminar Room, Department of Social Anthropology.

ClockFriday 14 November 2008, 12:30-13:55

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