Conference Ethnography-based Art Practices: Changing the Future of Fieldwork 2-4 June 2016 – Coimbra, Portugal Ethnographic-based art practices are opening up alternative possibilities for doing fieldwork, by involving different senses and deploying assorted strategies and media. This panel welcomes interdisciplinary approaches and hybrid interventions: from academic Continue Reading
This conference aims to cross-examine the use of (audio)visual techniques when doing research in Social Sciences. The use of these materials as an object of study or as an investigative tool is now an important part of the scientific production process. Which theoretical and methodological tools can we use in order to study social sciences within a “visual frame”? How are Continue Reading
The Finnish Anthropological Society invites documentary film submissions to be screened during its Biennial Conference in Helsinki from the 21st to the 22nd October 2015. The theme of the conference is Landscapes, Sociality, & Materiality. The Film Programme aims to investigate different ways in which objects, landscapes, material properties of various resources, Continue Reading
The Visual Anthropology Society at Temple (VAST) is pleased to announce the 2015 Futures of Visual Anthropology Conference theme: Making Space. This interdisciplinary conference explores how the production and experience of space(s) relate to social institutions, the environment, civil liberties, media, infrastructure, and health outcomes. We are particularly interested in Continue Reading
We invite submissions that address topics such as heritage, cultural imaginary, everyday practices and realities, future of humanities, sustainable development and innovation and change to be interpreted in the broadest sense. We also encourage innovative methodological and technological approaches in visualizing culture in line with new media arts, digital ethnographies Continue Reading
Anthropology and Photography 2014 British Museum, Clore Centre, 29-31 May 2014 The Royal Anthropological Institute is pleased to announce that a conference ‘Anthropology and Photography’ will take place at the British Museum, Clore Centre, in conjunction with the museum’s Department of Africa, Oceania and the Americas. The aim of the Continue Reading