THURSDAY 26th March - No Heartaches in Heaven
FRIDAY 27th March- Conversations in Film
SATURDAY 28th March- Exploring Africa's diversity
SUNDAY 29th March- Planning a trip to Bristol
MONDAY 30th March- Free online access to a new journal
TUESDAY 31st March - Anthropological research in London
Those of you already doing anthropological research in London or are thinking of doing so, you will be pleased to know that there is a newly established network called FiLo- The Fieldwork in London Research Network. The network is run by researchers themselves and aims to bring together ideas, suggestions for fieldwork sites, help on accommodation, providing tips on good literature and network opportunities. The network is not bound by any university or discipline, but welcomes all researches interested in projects and areas within London. For more information, or to register onto their mailing list email: email@example.com.
WEDNESDAY 1st April- Seeking sounds
The British Library has a new addition to their Archival Sound Recordings website called Traditional Music from India. The recordings were all undertaken by ethnomusicologist Rolf Killius as part of a collaborative project between the Horniman Museum, the British Library and Rolf. The project was set up in 2000 with the aim of recording, documenting and researching folk, devotional and ritual music of India, as well as collecting relevant musical instruments. The instruments now form part of Horniman Museum's permanent collection. You can access the recordings at the British Library through the Listening and Viewing Service.