After careful consideration of the recent COVID-19 developments, we have reached a consensus on postponing the conference by one year. This decision was not taken lightly, considering the financial loss for those who have already arranged travel and the fact that the conference team has been working on this with a high level of commitment, along with … Continue reading COVID-19 Update: IMPORTANT
ENPA co-convenor Keir Martin is co-organizing a workshop at the Tavistock Clinic: Systemic Psychotherapy Professional DoctorateSPECIAL EVENT LEARNING HOW TO ASK: ETHNOGRAPHY AND SYSTEMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY: a workshop Dr Inga-Britt Krause & Professor Keir Martin Friday 18th October 2019 2-5pm, Tavistock Clinic, Lecture Theatre Following on from Gregory Bateson’s path breaking work connecting anthropology and psychotherapy/clinical … Continue reading Workshop: Learning how to ask: ethnography and systemic psychotherapy, October 18th, London, UK.
We are happy to announce the start of an exciting new format: the ENPA Dialogues. ENPA Dialogues is a platform for encounters with scholars from diverse research fields that engage in different, contradicting, or mutually supporting perspectives, yet all converge in their belief in practices of (experimental) ethnography and fieldwork. The first Dialogue invites Jarrett … Continue reading ENPA Dialogues: Theory, Method, Experiment, September 19, 2019, FU Berlin, Germany
ENPA members Christos Varvantakis and Melissa Nolas have edited the second volume of the "entanglements: experiments in multimodal ethnography" journal. It is an experimental journal focused on the multimodal ethnographic theory and practice and is published twice a year. The journal is open access. You can access issue 2(1) here: https://entanglementsjournal.org/ In the editorial they … Continue reading New journal issue: entanglements: experiments in multimodal ethnography – issue 2(1)
Tyyne Claudia Pollmann, Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin (ed.)visions4people offers a kaleidoscopic overview of artistic research in the context of psychiatric residential environments and conveys their particular challenges. What form can design visions and interventions take where people are central? Tyyne Claudia Pollmann has addressed this question and studied it as part of a cooperation between Weißensee … Continue reading Book Launch: visions4people. Artistic Research Meets Psychiatry