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 (WiPS) on Trauma-therapy in Exile: Healing in a Host(ile) Society, by Mayssa Rekhis, 13th of MayFriday, the 13th of May from 4 to 6 pm CET via Zoom. “Trauma-therapy in exile: healing in a host(ile) society”by Mayssa Rekhis, EHESS Paris The ENPA Works-in-Progress Seminar is a new venue for researchers, faculty and postgraduate students to present ongoing work, receive feedback and share … Continue reading
- Politics of the IntimateWhat are emotions? What’s their role in relationships, in society? And what do they mean for the individual? Or rather, what is it to feel? And, what’s love got to do with it? Continue reading
- ENPA Works-in-Progress Seminar (WiPS) on gendered religious work and self-making among Hindu, with Irina Savu CristeaFriday, the 8th of April from 4 to 6 pm CET via Zoom. “Gendered religious work and self-making among Hindu women in Bali”by Irina Savu Cristea, Free University Berlin According to the Tri Hita Karana philosophy, Balinese Hindu should maintain harmonious relationships with God, people, and nature. … Continue reading
- ENPA Works-in-Progress Seminar (WiPS) with Maija Sequeira and Naama CohenFriday, the 11th of March from 4 to 6 pm CET via Zoom. This month we are happy to introduce two presenters who will share their works-in-progress in two shorter presentations, each followed by discussion: “Sometimes you need a break even from your best friends”: Partner choice … Continue reading
- ENPA Works-in-Progress Seminar (WiPS) on Neurodiversity, by Katrine Callander, 11.02. at 4 pm CET“Naturally Connected Neurodiversity: Natural environmental connections and identity re-alignment among late-diagnosed autistic women” by Katrine Callander, University of Kent Friday, the 11th of February from 4 to 6 pm CET via Zoom. To join ENPA WiPS and receive the link for the seminar, please register here.