EASA Media Anthropology Network E-Seminar “The Digital Turn”

The European Association of Social Anthropologists’ Media Anthropology Network is organizing an E-Seminar on “The Digital Turn: New Directions in Media Anthropology” as an online follow-up event to the Network’s panel at the 15th EASA Biennial Conference in Stockholm, Aug. 2018. To participate to this e-seminar, which runs from 16-30 October 2018, navigate to http://www.media-anthropology.net/index.php/e-seminars […]

Workshop “Anthropologies of Media and Mobility”

The programme of the joint European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) Media Anthropology Network and Anthropology of Mobility Network workshop “Anthropologies of Media and Mobility: Theorizing Movement and Circulations across Entangled Fields” at the University of Cologne (14-16 September 2017) is now online and can be downloaded as PDF: https://mediamobility.wordpress.com/ The workshop includes nine sessions […]

Digital Anthropology at 14th EASA Conference

In this post I am going to provide an overview about those panels at the 14th EASA Biennial Conference entitled “Anthropological legacies and human futures” (Milan, Italy, 20-23 July 2016) which deal with digital media technologies and related issues. This also offers some insight into digital anthropology related research in the European context which in […]

DANG “Re”Organization: Part 2 Informal Leadership

New leadership roles within DANG. These do not need to be fully formalized. Rather than a few elected positions like other societies have, DANG would have practical positions which will distribute the workload of promoting digital anthropology in all its variation and digital anthropology. I think it might be good to make the focus of […]


Thursday, November 19, 2015: 12:15 PM-1:30 PM 112 (Colorado Convention Center) Digital communication has made it easier for anthropologists to publish for audiences abroad. This roundtable invites journal editors, writers, bloggers, and visual anthropologists to come together to discuss useful strategies for translating and disseminating contemporary research. Organizers:  Carolyn Rouse (Princeton University, Department of Anthropology) […]

Digital Anthropology at the #AAA2015 Conference

Digital Anthropology continues to have a strong presence at the American Anthropological Conference this fall. The #AAA2015 schedule has 198 results for the word “digital” alone.  Anthropological research utilizing digital methods and addressing virtual worlds and digital technology has had growing presence at the AAAs continuously over the last 5 years, probably long that’s just […]