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Kathrin Bauer
Research Associate Freie Universität BerlinInstitute for Social and Cultural Anthropology


Kathrin Bauer is a research associate and doctoral candidate at the Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology at Freie Universität Berlin. Her Ph.D. project examines attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in different Colombian communities to highlight the sociocultural embeddedness of the phenomenon. Among her research interests are neurodiversity, mental health, emotion regulation and neuroanthropology.

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Julia Nina Baumann
PhD Candidate Freie Universität Berlin – Institut für Sozial- und KulturanthropologieSocial and Cultural Anthropology


Julia Nina Baumann is a PhD candidate at Freie Universität Berlin. She studied in Munich, Augsburg and Berlin and is currently working on her dissertation project on emotional experiences of ethnographers in academic institutions at Freie Universität Berlin. She is founded by Hans-Böckler-Stiftung. Her research focus is on affect/emotion, public and activist/engaged anthropology, anthropology of work, mental health/wellbeing and refugeeness/migration. In her last research projects, she investigated exclusion and coping strategies of refugees in rural East Germany and Israel. Julia is also part of the DGSKA (AG Public anthropology) and ENPA-Junior-Faculty.

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Colette Berbesque
Centre for Research in Evolutionary, Social and Inter-Disciplinary AnthropologyDepartment of Life Sciences, University of Roehampton


Colette Berbesque is an evolutionary anthropologist with particular research interests in human ecology, the evolution of the hominin diet, and the evolution of cooperation, prestige, and hierarchy. For more than a decade, her research has included fieldwork with the Hadza of Tanzania, one of the last extant hunter-gatherer populations. Through analysis of behavioural data from the Hadza as well as from other hunter-gatherer groups, she investigates aspects of human evolution, including: strategies of food procurement and provisioning, cooperation, reputation, and sexual selection and gender.

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Giuseppe Bolotta
Contract Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Milano-Bicocca (Italy) & Research Associate, Asia Research Institute’s Religion and Globalisation Cluster, National University of Singapore

Giuseppe Bolotta is a socio-cultural anthropologist and psychologist. He has conducted research in Thailand and Sierra Leone on marginalised childhoods, (religious) NGOs, and the cultural politics of child-focused humanitarianism. He is currently Contract Professor of Cultural Anthropology at the University of Milano-Bicocca’s Department of Sociology and Social Research and Research Associate of the National University of Singapore’s Asia Research Institute.