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.
- New monthly event: the ENPA Works-in-Progress SeminarDear ENPA Members, Over the last year several virtual initiatives – including the first Biennial ENPA Conference and the ENPA Junior Scholars Group – have brought many of us together to engage in lively intellectual discussions in psychological anthropology and create a sense of connection despite the … Continue reading
- The #ENPA2021 Conference Soundtrack by Tobias Freund now onlineWe are pleased to announce that you can now listen to our ENPA2021 Soundtrack “Mind Embedded and Embodied”, created by Tobias Freund, a Berlin-based producer, composer & DJ, on our website: https://enpanthro.net/audio/
- The #ENPA2021 Conference Recordings OnlineDear colleagues, in case you have missed the #ENPA2021 First Biennial Conference “Mind Embedded and Embodied – Futures of Psychological Anthropology”, you can now find the recordings of the keynotes by Tyyne Claudia Pollman and Charles Stafford, the Q&A with Mike Poltorak, the Session on Publishing with … Continue reading
- Programme & List of AbstractsHere you can find our full programme and list of abstracts in PDF format. Continue reading
- Latest: Conference DetailsThe conference programme and information about the conference panels are now available to view.