Upcoming Events

Public Lecture by Karoline Noack

Karoline Noack is professor for Anthropology of the Americas at Bonn University as well as co-speaker and principal investigator at the BCDSS. She focuses on the categories of social dependency of the Inca Empire: resettled persons (mitimaes), specialists (camayoc), dependent employees (yanaconas) and “selected women” (aqllakuna). In her lecture she explores "The Relationship between Rituality and New Forms of Dependency in the Late Inka State". Her lecture is part of the ZERG public lecture series, organized by the Centre for Religion and Society (ZERG) and the BCDSS, Research Area C: "Control, Coercion, and Constraint II. The Role of Religion in Overcoming and Creating Structures of Dependency". The lecture series tackles the role of religion in both overcoming existing and creating new forms and types of dependencies.
This is a hybrid event. The lecture will also be streamed via youtube.
Time
Tuesday, 26.04.2022 - 18:15
Topic
The Relationship between Rituality and New Forms of Dependency in the Late Inka State
Target groups

Students

Researchers

Languages
English
Location
Hörsaal XVI in the Hauptgebäude
Reservation
not required
Organizer
Centre for Religion and Society (ZERG) and BCDSS; Research Area C
Contact
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