Whether you investigate the use of mobile phones, Aboriginal paintings, ethnographic displays in museums, cultural properties of artefacts, the role of artefacts in rituals, festivals, history of collections, techniques or new technologies...
This group is dedicated to anthropological explorations of the human brain. Neuroanthropology is an interdisciplinary field that sits at the nexus of biological anthropology, cognitive neuroscience, and evolutionary neurobiology/neuroanatomy.
For all those who are interested in Theory of Media Anthropology and who want to share, connect and exchange about specific subfields that are not yet covered by other groups like Print Media, Radio, Telephone, Journalism, PR, Ad...add more!
Anthopology holds at its core the question of what it is to be a thinking, feeling human being. Emotion and how it is portrayed and interpreted across cultures helps us to reflect on aspects of power, agency and belonging.
Modern scientific space perception formed by astronomy is quite different from traditional human perception of space. This evolved from small dwellings, villages to larger units, early centred states, finally to global and universal dimensions.