zum Inhalt springen

Vorträge

  • Krause, Franz. Mobile Inuit, melting ice, and murky independence: reflections on volatile life in the Canadian Mackenzie Delta. Vortrag in der Reihe Sixty minutes in ethnography, theory, anthropology. Universität zu Köln, DE; 7. November 2018.
  • Krause, Franz. Hydrosocial relations: why water is more than H2O, and how this matters in drinking water supply, flood control, and climate change. Vortrag im Seminar Water for Life. Universität Hohenheim, DE; 15. Oktober 2018.
  • Krause, Franz. River deltas and sea crossings: reflections on movement where land and water meet. Vortrag auf dem Workshop Sea crossings in context: Investigating the impact of human dispersal across Straits. Neanderthal Museum, Mettmann, DE; 5. Oktober 2018.
  • Krause, Franz. The tempo of solid fluids: on river ice, permafrost, and other melting matter in the Mackenzie Delta. Vortrag auf dem Workshop Solid Fluids. New Appraches to Materials and Meanings. University of Aberdeen, Schottland; 28. August 2018.
  • Krause, Franz. Grundzüge einer amphibischen Anthropologie vom Leben in Flussdeltas. Vortrag im Seminar Wasser: Kontrolle und Kommerzialisierung; Goethe Universität Frankfurt, DE; 16. November 2016
  • Krause, Franz. From sustainable flood memories to volatile delta life. Vortrag auf dem Workshop Living with Floods: Concepts and Practices of Flood Management in the UK, Vietnam and the Global South; Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK; 9. Mai 2016