Andrej Belak completed a round of 3 invited lectures in Prague, Czech Republic.

Andrej Belak completed a round of 3 invited lectures in Prague, Czech Republic.

On the 19th of March, he presented an introductory lecture “On trust into people and mistrust towards documentation as a successful provisional strategy” at a workshop of the Czech Association of Social Anthropologists focused on ethics.

The next day, he presented an invited lecture “Biomedicine is not as bad as it used to be” as part of a Master’s Degree course “Anthropology in action” organized by the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University.

Later on in the evening, he closed his Prague gig with a public lecture “On the harmfulness and usefulness of genetics for the Roma”, invited by the alternative club Cross and the Seminar of Romani Studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University.

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