By Luisa T. Schneider on June 2, 2016
Academic teaching (selected)
Europe (especially Germany); (West) Africa (especially Sierra Leone)
Sexual- and gender-based violence
Gender and Sexualities
Love, intimacy and (romantic) relationships
Youth and generation
Imprisonment and confinement
Punishment and restoration
Law and Rights
Violence prevention and response
Anthropology of Law and Rights; Anthropology of State and Citizenship; Anthropology of Violence (especially sexual-and gender-based-violence); Anthropology of Gender and Sexualities; Anthropology of Love; Anthropology of Prisons and Confinement; Anthropology of Emotion and Affect; Research Methodology and Ethics; kinship and generation; intimacy; phenomenology; everyday violence; state-citizen relations; bureaucracy; (il-)legality; responsible and collaborative research.
University of Oxford:
Archeology and Anthropology BA: Final honour School. 2-3rd years
Paper 1: Social Analysis and Interpretation
Paper 2: Cultural Representations, Beliefs and Practices
link to Archeology and Anthropology BA
Option course: Themes in African Anthropology
University of Vienna:
BA Social and Cultural Anthropology
Seminar”Freiheit Vol. 3: Quo Vadis Anthropologie (3.3.4) - über die Ökonomisierung der Wissenschaft („about the economization of science“)
Mentor for Bachelor students.
link to the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology.
Capacity Building on Intimate Partner Violence and gender-based Violence in Freetown Sierra Leone
Luisa T. Schneider delivered lectures at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford; St. Peter’s College, University of Oxford; Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford; Center for African Studies, University of Copenhagen; Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Vienna.