These are some web resources, submitted by our members:


Affective Societies
The collaborative research center (CRC) “Affective Societies” at Freie Universität Berlin studies the fundamental importance of affects and emotions for the social coexistence in mobile, interconnected and mediatized worlds of the 21st century. It is aiming to establish a new long-term understanding of societies as affective societies.

[anthro]metronom publishes essays on psychological anthropology accessible to everyone. It is designed as a platform where students, scholars, and activists are invited to submit essays related to current or historical discussions at the intersections of anthropology, psychology, and psychiatry.

Childhood Publics
The Childhood Publics research programme grew out of the ERC funded Connectors Study. The programme, based in the Department of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London, is a continued experiment in the theorisation of the relationship between childhood and public life (broadly defined), and in the practice of multimodal ethnography with children.


The SIEF Working Group on Body, Affects, Senses, and Emotions (BASE) addresses one of the most dynamic fields in contemporary cultural research. Here different disciplines and research traditions meet in order to investigate the very nexus of human culture – the interplay between society, behavior, belief, and history.

The European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) is a professional association open to all social anthropologists either qualified in, or else working in, Europe.

GAA Working Group Psychological Anthropology
The aim of the DGSKA Psychological Anthropology Group is to establish a forum for recent psychological-anthropological research and related theoretical, methodological and empirical debates.

Society for Psychological Anthropology (SPA) of the American Anthropological Association is a broad, multidisciplinary organization of individuals interested in cultural, psychological, and social interrelations at all levels.


Open Minds
The Open Minds network brings together scholars in/of East and Southeast Asia who share an interest in the diverse forms and uses of psychological knowledge, and in the interrelation of sociocultural forces and individual psychology.

The Association for Anthropology, Gerontology and Life Course (AAGE)
AAGE was established in 1978 as an international network of anthropologists, sociologists, and other scientists working on issues of aging and the life course globally and cross-culturally.


“Culture, Mind, and Society” Book Series
A book series edited by The Society for Psychological Anthropology and published by Palgrave Macmillan. The series welcomes proposals for either edited volumes or monographs – in the form of short books (25,000-50,000 words) or full-length (70,000-120,000).

ERC Connectors Study Archive of Children’s Photography
Resources from the ERC Connectors Study project. It is a free to download exhibition category of children’s photography by children, and the Connectors Study was a multimodal ethnography exploring the relationship between childhood and public life in Athens, Hyderabad, and London.

Project Pouono
Project Pouono accompanies the ethnographic documentary “The Healer and the Psychiatrist” (2019) by Mike Poltorak. It provides a space for talanoa through presenting more information to use the film for teaching and improvement of health communication and outcomes.