Get involved

We invite anyone with an interest in psychological anthropology or the intersection between anthropology and psychology and/or psychotherapy to get involved. ENPA offers a platform to learn about the latest developments in the field, share your work, and engage in discussions and other community-building activities. We are open to collaborations and welcome inquiries and proposals: info(at)


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To feature your member profile on our website, please send (a) your institutional affiliation if applicable, (b) a short biographical note (maximum 80 words), (c) up to five keywords representing your research and interests in psychological anthropology, and (d) a recent photo to: members(at)

Community and Events

Junior Scholars is an open and collaborative community of junior/early career scholars (from undergraduate students to postdocs, lecturers or/and independent researchers) interested in psychological anthropology. You can join our regular online meetings any time to discuss issues on the latest theories and inquiries in the field, as well as the realities and challenges of conducting research, in an intellectually stimulating, caring, and encouraging environment: juniorfaculty(at)

The Works-in-Progress Seminar (WiPS) is a monthly forum in which members present their work-in-progress, receive feedback, and exchange ideas about their research. Scholars and students at all levels are welcome to attend, just write to: wips(at) 

ENPA Events. If you’re interested in organizing an event that would be of interest to ENPA members (e.g. a book talk, seminar, dialogue, roundtable), ENPA can provide a platform to reach your audience, by advertising it as an ENPA Event through our channels. Please submit a brief proposal to the ENPA board: info(at)


We accept blog posts in various formats and on diverse topics related to psychological anthropology and welcome contributors at all career stages. You can find previous posts on our blog site. If you would like to submit a post, please contact: blog(at)


Our website features various resources related to psychological anthropology, including a collaboratively and continuously updated bibliography and a selection of blogs and networks. Contact us if you would like to add further resources: info(at)