We are a European network for the development and support of psychological anthropology (ENPA), affiliated to the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA).
As the number of anthropologists with psychological interests continues to grow in Europe, a coordinated European network has become imperative; one aiming to sustain and nurture teaching, research and student supervision in this area, as well as providing a vehicle through which impact on related public health policies can be facilitated.
The network (ENPA) was founded by Dr James Davies, Dr Keir Martin and Dr Thomas Stodulka in January 2018. We invite anyone with an interest in psychological anthropology or the intersection between anthropology and psychology and/or psychotherapy to join.
- ENPA Works-in-Progress-Seminar: Textures of Care: Sociality and Ethics in the Work of Psychological Counsellors in Sri Lanka, Nadia Augustyniak, Febr. 9Thursday, the 9th of February from 5 to 7 pm CET via Zoom. Textures of Care: Sociality and Ethics in the Work ofPsychological Counsellors in Sri Lanka by Nadia Augustyniak, The CUNY Graduate Center The ENPA Works-in-Progress Seminar is a venue for researchers, faculty and postgraduate students … Continue reading
- ENPA Works-in-Progress Seminar (WiPS) on Embodying the Mindset of Computer Programmers, by Naama Cohen, 8th of DecemberThursday, the 8th of December from 5 to 7 pm CET via Zoom. Embodying the Mindset of Computer Programmers: The ways the practice of programming, immersion in computational technology in Tel Aviv, and programmers’ understandings of their mind shape the programmer’s modes of being in the world … Continue reading
- ENPA 2023 Confence – CfP out now!The CfP for the hybrid ENPA 2023 Conference “Psychology and Anthropology in a Changing World”, taking place 7-9 June 2023, and organized by the University of Oslo, is now online.
- New WiPS (Work-in-Progress) Dates for 2022-2023 onlineThe ENPA Works-in-Progress Seminar (WiPS), launched by ENPA in October 2021, and run by Nadia Augustyniak, Mona Behnke, Mayssa Rekhis, and Lavinia Țânculescu-Popa on the steering committee, is a forum in which faculty, researchers and postgraduate students present works in progress, receive feedback, and exchange ideas about … Continue reading
- ENPA Works-in-Progress Seminar (WiPS) – ‘Social Pain Points’: Young People’s Feelings in the Media Industry of China, by Xinru Li, 10th of NovemberThursday, 10th of November 2022 at 5:00 PM CET via Zoom. “’Social Pain Points’: Young People’s Feelings in the Media Industry of China” by Xinru Li, SOAS, University of London The ENPA Works-in-Progress Seminar is a new venue for researchers, faculty and postgraduate students to present ongoing … Continue reading