NEW BOOK – Liminal Moves: Traveling along Places, Meanings, and Times

Dear colleagues,

Berghahn Books are happy to announce the upcoming publication of Liminal Moves: Traveling along Places, Meanings, and Times by ENPA member Flavia Cangià.

This book looks at the (im)mobilities of three groups of people – street monkey performers in Japan, adolescents writing about migrants in Italy, and men accompanying their partners in Switzerland for work. The book explores how, for these ‘travelers’, the interplay of mobility and immobility creates a ‘liminal hotspot’: a condition of suspension and ambivalence as they find themselves caught between places, meanings and times.

We are pleased to offer a 50% discount until May 31st when purchased via our website using the code CAN489.

Best wishes,
Ben Parker-Jones, Berghahn Books

Open Call – Junior Faculty

The ENPA Junior Faculty team is a growing community of young scholars interested in the field of psychological anthropology. Whether you are a PhD, master, bachelor student, or a postdoc, an independent researcher, lecturer, or identify as junior faculty we would like to invite you to become part of our network. The community forms by regular meetings that take place every Last Wednesday of the month, and come in the shape of a digital reading circle and discussion group to create a supportive safe space for junior related experiences, challenges, and visions. 

To join us and get further information, please send a short email to: juniorfaculty@enpanthro.net