Europeanist Network events
6-8 December 2019
Told and Untold Stories in Europeanist Anthropology/Ethnology
Europeanist network’s 2019 mid-term meeting in Natural Science Museum, Prahova, Romania
The goal of this workshop is to investigate told and untold stories in Europeanist research, from the beginning of anthropological inquiries to today’s challenges. By looking at modalities of doing anthropology not within the mainstream, i.e. the acknowledged four major ways (Barth et al. 2005), we aim to explore 'peripheral traditions’ by paying attention to overlooked national histories of the discipline, and their particular developments today.
Panel 060 at EASA2016 in Milan: Themes in the history of anthropology and ethnology in Europe
Convenors: Andrés Barrera-González (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Han F. Vermeulen (Max Planck Institute of Social Anthropology)
Europeanist Network at EASA 2014,Tallinn:
There was also an impromptu initiative to summon an off programme debate under the label “Urgent Anthropology” on
the theme: “Reflections on the South Sudan and Ukraine Civil Conflicts. Scholarly, ethical and deontological
implications for anthropologists’ professional practice”.
Moderator: Andrés Barrera
Presentations by Abdullahi Osman El-Tom, Günther Schlee and Chris Hann.
Vivid open debate originated among participants, presenters and the public alike, on the topics under discussion. This is a new format which may be adopted in the programme of future EASA conferences.
The Nomadism of Social Anthropologists
EASA network conference held together with the Border Crossings Network conference,
Bucharest, Romania, 26-27 April 2013
The Humanities in Spain and Europe.Challenges and Opportunities of the European Convergence in Higher Education and Research
Funded by the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (HUM2007-31209-E; EDU2009-06486-E). Universidad de Madrid, Residencia de Estudiantesdel CSIC, 23-25, March 2010. URL: www.ucm.es/info/eurohum
Anthropology in Spain and Europe.Facing the Challenges of European Convergence in Higher Education and Research.State of the Art in the Fields of Socio-Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology
Funded by the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (SEJ2007-31209-E). Universidad de Madrid, Residencia de Estudiantesdel CSIC, 2-6 September 2008.
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Anthropology in Europe: Facing the Challenges of European Convergence in Higher Education and in Research. A Review of the Fields of Socio-Cultural Anthropology and Ethnolog
A Wenner-Gren Foundation workshop (Grant INIT 60).
Université de Paris X, Nanterre, 25-27 October 2007.
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Towards an Anthropology of Europe: Studying Europe Using Anthropology’s Methodology. A Multi-university Teaching Course and Research Programme.
A European Science Foundation ‘exploratory workshop’ (EW03-164).
Litomysl, Czech Republic, 1-5 September 2004.
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