Abstracts for IK Workshop.
5th Biennial European Association of Social Anthropologists Conference, Frankfurt, Germany
4-6 September, 1998
|Eric Boa, CAB International, UK
Farmers First, Foresters Last?
|Eamonn Brehony, CONCERN, Ethiopia
Building on Community Practice - an approach towards Development
|Raquel Pena Coballasi, Programa Nacional de Solidaridad, Mexico
Anthropology and its developmental uses at the service of the Mexican state:the case of participative development
|Michael Fischer, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK
Represention, Simulation, Appropriation and Invention: Anthropological Conventions and Local Knowledge
|Stephen M. Lyon & ; Alan Bicker, University of Kent at
Kinship and Agriculture: A Case Study from the Pakistani Punjab
|E. S. Mahendrarajah, Gnanammah Integrated Research Farm, Matale,
Indigenous knowledge: a positive force to conserve biodiversity and promote development
|Kamal Misra, Department of Anthropology, University of Hyderabad,
Local Knowledge, Western Science and Development Imperatives
|Kibet A. Ng'etich, Department of Anthropology and Sociology,
Egerton University, Kenya
Indigenous people and indigenous knowledge research: Towards enhancements
|Sarah Pink, University of Derby, UK
Transnational flows, local imaginations and diverse powers: migration and development in Guinea Bissau
|Marleni Ramirez & Hector Flores, Dept. of Food Science
& Dept. of Plant Pathology/Science Technology and Society Program.Pennsylvania
State, University, U.S.A
Trying to bridge the many cultures of knowledge:The Andean Root and Tuber (ART) Project in Peru.
|Paul Sillitoe (1), Julian Barr, (2) & Peter Dixon (1),
1. Department of Anthropology, University of Durham
2. Centre for Land Use and Water Resources Research, University of Newcastle
Methodological Issues in Incorporating Local Knowledge into Natural Resources Research & Development
|Manos Spyridakis, University of Sussex, UK
Being unemployed in Perama of Piraeus.
|Margot Starkenburg & Diana Bosch, Leiden Ethnosystems and
Development Programme (LEAD), Leiden University, The Netherlands
The INDAKS Project: Methodology and the Study of Cosmovision
|Alison Tierney, School of African and Asian Studies, University
of Sussex, UK.
Studies in the anthropology of development: their relevance for Social Policy.
|Wu Ning, Chengdu Institute of Biology, Academia Sinica, Chengdu,
Sichuan, P. R. China
Privatisation of Tibetan rangelands in western China and its demand for indigenous knowledge of nomads
|Yang Fang, Center for Integrated Agricultural Development,
China Agricultural University, P.R.China
Dai Women, Culture and Water Resource Management in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China
|M I Zuberi, G P Ghosh, P Dixon and Paul Sillitoe, DFID- SEM Project, Ujankhalsi,
Durgapur, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
The demand for action research to facilitate participation: an example from Bangladesh
|Dr. J. Gefu, National Animal Production Research Institute, Ahmadu Bello University
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