EASA is a professional association open to all social anthropologists either qualified in, or else working in, Europe.
The Association seeks to advance anthropology in Europe by organizing biennial conferences.
EASA's academic journal, Social Anthropology/Anthropologie Sociale appears four times a year and is available free of charge to all paid-up members.
Vote on changes to Membership categories
The EASA Executive proposed three changes to the membership categories, voting and application process. A letter to members invited feedback by mid-September. There is now an online vote on these proposals, ending 28th October. If you're eligible to vote and have not received credentials by the end of 8th October, please email easa(at)nomadit.co.uk.
Seminar and AGM
EASA members are invited to attend a seminar, Making Anthropology Matter, in Prague on October 14-15, 2015 at the occasion of the EASA Annual General Meeting. A full programme and set of abstracts for this event, along with the AGM agenda and previous minutes are now online.
EASA2016, 20-23 July, 2016
The next EASA biennial conference will be organised by and hosted at the Department of Human Science for Education 'Riccardo Massa' and Department of Sociology and Social Research at The University of Milano-Bicocca. The call for panels is now open, closing 25th November. So visit the site, read the theme and the call, and make a proposal.
New Anthropological Journal focuses on EASA2016
The first issue of a new open access, peer reviewed journal, Antropologia, is now out.
They have issued a call for contributions for a special issue entitled 'towards EASA2016'.
Go to the call for contributions >>
Call for submissions for edited collections and monographs. More details >>
Report (PDF) of the recent workshop organised by the Anthropology of Art interest group within VANEASA, held in Barcelona in June.
The following two networks were approved in June, and we are in the process of setting up their sub-sites: Anthropology and language; and Humans and Other Living Beings
Peripheral Vision: Politics, Technology, and Surveillance by Catarina Frois of the Anthro of Secutiry network