The EASA network on Anthropologies of the State
The network was founded in 2018 to bring together anthropologists who work on issues related to the state and to increase debates about the state within EASA and within anthropology as a discipline.
The EASA network on Anthropologies of the State brings together anthropologists whose work examines various forms of state practices and the state, facilitates sharing of information and discussion among them, and helps to push conceptual and theoretical anthropological work on the state. The network creates a space of thinking beyond now classical anthropological approaches to the state.
- Anouk de Koning, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, a.dekoning(at)maw.ru.nl
- Martijn Koster, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, m.koster(at)maw.ru.nl
- Steffen Jensen, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Danmark, sje(at)cgs.aau.dk
- Morten Koch, Danish Institute Against Torture, Kopenhagen, Danmark, mka(at)dignity.dk
Call for papers for 'Genealogies and positionalities of thinking the state' - see more here