For those interested in taking anthropology to audiences beyond the academy. We hope to share ideas about achieving a more publicly engaged discipline and specifically about training anthropologists to better communicate with non-academic audiences.
For many years I have been working as a social anthropologist (and more broadly as a social scintist) in the field of development studies and in development policy and practice. while there has been…Continue
Started by david seddon. Last reply by Karen Marie Greenough Apr 16, 2012.
Hello Everyone, Members of the group may be interested in the RAI conference coming this June. Below is my call for papers and links to the conference website for more information on the conference…Continue
Started by Beata Switek Jan 8, 2012.
Hello all, For a while now I've been thinking about how we remix the animal kingdom and move humans out of the center and into a more fibrous, star-like vision. Sort of jumping beyond what…Continue
Started by Kathryn Papp. Last reply by david seddon May 12, 2011.
What creative potential does an anthropology with, not of, the performing arts offer?Can such a collaboration offer the tools to better communication with non-specialist audiences?Or is it primarily…Continue
Started by Caroline Gatt. Last reply by Ragnhild Freng Dale Mar 3, 2011.