Assistant Professor, Game Studies & Interactive Media Requisition Number 13587BR Summary The College of Media & Communication at Texas Tech University seeks a visionary scholar and teacher to lead our efforts in developing emerging curriculum, industry connections, and world-leading research in game studies and interactive media. Required Qualifications Candidates Continue Reading
Audiovisual Ethnography Pathway at Tallinn University We are happy to announce that the admissions for the Audiovisual Ethnography Pathway at Tallinn University are open. Visit the website of the Audiovisual Ethnography Pathway here. General information on the Anthropology Programme at TLU can be found here. Informal queries and general information can be forwarded Continue Reading
The Athens Ethnographic Film Festival – Ethnofest continues its exploration of the world through the ethnographic lens. For its upcoming ninth edition, Ethnofest is announcing a call for films that observe, feel with every sense and reflect upon their subjects while using the tools of visual anthropology. This call is addressed to anthropologists and scientists […]Continue Reading
Welcome to the second edition of Sjón International Anthropological Film Festival!  9th-10th March, 2018 Sjón is an annual festival screening anthropological audio-visual works. It takes the shape of an anthropological playground consisting of two parts: the screening of works made by filmmakers with an anthropological, ethnological, folklore etc background and an Continue Reading
Festival Eyes and Lenses XIII Warsaw, May 4th – 6th 2018 Submit your film “Eyes and Lenses” is an annual, 3-day ethnographic films review, organized by the Student Research Group of the Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology Institute of the University of Warsaw – “Etno”, and the Witold Dynowski Ethnographic Workshop Association (Stowarzyszenie Pracownia Continue Reading
Alternative Art and Anthropology Arnd Schneider Bloomsbury, 2017 Website While the importance of the relationship between anthropology and contemporary art has long been recognized, the discussion has tended to be among scholars from North America, Europe, and Australia; until now, scholarship and experiences from other regions have been largely absent from mainstream Continue Reading