1) Defines habitat in the framework of O. F. Bollnow's evolution of human space perception and 2) defines architecture in the framework of anthropology and primatology and 3) reconstructs cultural evolution with the parameters of these fields
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...
Aesthetics has remained one of the great mysteries of the human condition.Theories are endless, rooted in many disciplines and subdisciplines. Can anthropology define aesthetics in new ways, thus providing many theories with new fertile parameters?
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.
OAC already has a group named Theory in Anthropology, a good place to discuss theories already embraced by anthropologists. This group is, instead, intended for discussion of theory found outside anthropology that anthropologists might find useful.