A new podcast about a NIAS Press book is out! Rosalie Stolz, author of “Living Kinship and Fearing Spirits: Sociality among the Khmu of Nothern Laos“ joined us in a conversation about her fascinating new ethnography.
This book is an intimate study of how kinship and sociality is lived on the ground in rural Laos today. “Living Kinship and Fearing Spirits” bridges the knowledge and conceptual heritage of classical ethnography and the concerns and questions of new kinship studies with rich findings from extensive fieldwork. This release is a significant addition to the field of Khmu (Kammu) studies with the first ethnographic study of kinship among this upland minority group.
You can listen to the podcast on the Nordic Asia Podcast, on Spotify or your usual podcast app.
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