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 […]

E-Seminar on “Social Media as Practices”

The European Association of Social Anthropologists Media Anthropology Network is hosting an e-seminar on social media as practice from 9-23 May 2017 that would be of interest to many digital anthropologists. You have to subscribe to the Media Anthro mailing list to participate. We will be launching our next E-Seminar on Tuesday the 9th of […]

RESOURCES ON DIGITAL (VISUAL) ANTHROPOLOGY & ETHNOGRAPHY

This is a selection of resources on digital visual anthropology & digital ethnography, collected via the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) Visual Anthropology Network’s & Media Anthropology Network’s mailing lists. Digital Visual Anthropology Online resources & projects: 50th e-seminar of the EASA Media Anthropology Network, available at http://www.media-anthropology.net/index.php/e-seminars Cineducacion: http://www.cineducacion.cl/ An audiovisual platform designed […]

#DANG Anthropology Matters!

Anthropology Matters! The American Anthropological Association’s 116th Annual Conference Washington DC November 29th to December 3rd, 2017 The AAA is calling on its members to demonstrate how and why Anthropology Matters! The theme for the AAA annual conference for 2017, which will be held in Washington DC, is a call to action for anthropologists across […]

Occulted Relations and Digital Revelations: Freemasonry and Secrecy in the Information Age

Friday, November 20, 2015: 3:15 PM Capital Ballroom 6 (Hyatt Regency) Christopher Neil Butler (Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison) With a visible architectural footprint in virtually any North American town or city, as well as possessing a broad global reach, Freemasonry is often described by members as the world’s largest secret society. However, many Masons have a […]