Networks: Europeanist Network
The Europeanist network was established on the occasion of the 8th EASA Conference held in Vienna in September of 2004.
Anthropologists and ethnologists who are interested in taking geographical and historical Europe as a frame of reference in their teaching and research endeavours are welcome to join. The aim of the network is to provide a forum for communication and an arena for debate on issues relevant to this region of the world. It should also be instrumental in identifying new themes for research and teaching, and in providing a platform for developing in collaboration relevant projects to deal with these.
Anthropologists and ethnologists who would like to be part of the Europeanist network are kindly requested to fill in the directory of members form.
All EASA members can join the network by subscribing to its mailing list: lists.easaonline.org/listinfo.cgi/europeanists-easaonline.org
Lorena Anton (Chair), Marie Curie-CIG Fellow at the University of Bucharest