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EASA Applied Anthropology Network

Applied Anthropology Network (AAN) is the main European platform dedicated to the exchange of information and experiences related to practical applications of anthropology and ethnography. The network enables a circular transfer of knowledge between academia, private and public sectors, NGOs, interest groups, students and other individuals. The network is part of the European Association for Social Anthropologists.

What is AAN and how is it organised? Download and read our “Playbook”





In 2021, the network served 300+ scholars and practitioners active in 50 countries, and numerous social media users (Facebook 13500+, LinkedIn 3600+, Twitter 1000+, Instagram 1700+, Applied Anthro Collab Group 2000+).

All anthropology enthusiasts and professional practitioners are welcome to join. EASA AAN membership is free. However, if you decide to join EASA as a paying member, you will enjoy other EASA benefits.

  1. Fill in EASA AAN Registration Form (Google Form)
  2. (optional) Create a marker in Membership Map (Google Maps)

For further questions, contact AAN Convenors:

Structure and Activity Reports

The Network is organised by a rotating team of volunteers that are passionate about applied anthropology, who work collaboratively and remotely.

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