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
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!
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