Public Lecture Series: Hope, Disquiet, Loss. Affective Encounters in More-Than-Human Worlds Diagnoses of destruction and loss abound, and increasingly people are at loss about what to do and how to move forward in view of their entanglements in destructive ways of living. This lecture series brings together scholarship situated between psychological anthropology and affect studies, … Continue reading Public Lecture Series: Hope, Disquiet, Loss. Affective Encounters in More-Than-Human Worlds, Summer Term 2019, Freie Universität Berlin
We are happy to announce our first blog contribution by the distinguished Robert 'Bob' LeVine!
Dear ENPA members,After many inspiring and encouraging conversations with Robert ‘Bob’ LeVine in Berlin and in Cambridge, Massachusetts, over the last months, we are happy to kick off our blog with his encouragement: A contribution of not only one of our mentors, but an ongoing trailblazing scholar, and co-founder of the (North American) Society of … Continue reading Bob LeVine’s words of encouragement
We are happy to announce that the ENPA member and co-founder of the GAA WG Psychological Anthropology, Anita von Poser, will chair the roundtable at the next biannual conference of The German Anthropological Association: The end of interdisciplinary negotiations? Placing Psychological Anthropology in context Psychological Anthropology has been at the forefront of interdisciplinary collaborations since … Continue reading Roundtable: The end of interdisciplinary negotiations? Placing Psychological Anthropology in context, GAA, 29 September – 2 October 2019, University of Konstanz
The Association of European Qualitative Researchers in Psychology (EQuiP) has been officially launched. The association is not limited to people working in the field of psychology but also very open to neighbouring disciplines. EQuiP are a society that aims to create bridges among qualitative researchers in psychology across Europe - bridges between researchers from different … Continue reading Launch: Association of European Qualitative Researchers in Psychology (EQuiP)