16th EASA Biennial Conference
New anthropological horizons in and beyond Europe
20-24 July 2020, Virtual Lisbon conference
ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon and ICS-Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon
The history of EASA conferences started 30 years ago in Portugal, in Coimbra, with the conference 'Anthropology and Europe'. Now EASA2020 invites you all to join in celebrating the anniversary and deliberating the present, at the conference New anthropological horizons in and beyond Europe.
EASA2020 will take place virtually. This announcement from the EASA President explains why. Participants will be able to find full information on the information page regarding how to navigate the online platform, later this week.
Early Bird registration is open and will end on 29 June. So register now.
The conference will be run using the software platform (Shindig). Nearly 700 colleagues already attended a number of acquaintaince sessions to see the possibilities and restrictions of the format. There is a full set of resources online, so that those who want to look (again) at Shindig can do so; the resources include information about synchronous/asynchronous/mixed formats, a guide to pre-recording your presentations, the recording policy for the event, and guidelines on accessibility.
Field/Works. Kaleidoscopic activities between anthropology and art
2020 Location: Online
2021 Location: Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon
The AntArt network seeks contributions – projects in any medium – for inclusion in the first ANTART Network Exhibition at EASA. See the AntArt sub-site for more information. Deadline for submissions is 30/05.
Through a generous award from the Wenner-Gren Foundation, supplemented by EASA money, funds will be available to support delegate participation. The organisers have now contacted all applicants with the results of that call.
ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon and ICS-University of Lisbon are the host institutions. ISCTE is a research university focused on social sciences, management and technologies, and ICS is the social science research center of the University of Lisbon. Although distinct public universities, they share the campus of the University of Lisbon.
The local committee
Headed by Miguel Vale de Almeida (ISCTE-IUL and CRIA) and Susana Matos Viegas (ICS-UL) the local committee is representative of the diversity of anthropological institutions in Portugal: Antónia Pedroso de Lima (ISCTE and CRIA), Catarina Alves Costa (NOVA FCSH and CRIA), Catarina Fróis (ISCTE and CRIA), Clara Saraiva (FLUL), Cristiana Bastos (ICS-UL), Humberto Martins (UTAD and CRIA), Irene Rodrigues (ISCSP-UL), João Pina Cabral (U Kent), José Mapril (NOVA FCSH and CRIA), Maria Cardeira da Silva (NOVA FCSH and CRIA), Marina Pignatelli (ISCSP-UL and CRIA), Manuela Ivone Cunha (U Minho and CRIA), Simone Frangella (ICS-UL), Nuno Domingos (ICS-UL) and Mafalda Melo de Sousa as secretary on behalf of CRIA (Center for Research in Anthropology, Portugal).
The Scientific Committee
Sarah Green (Chair of SciComm, President of EASA), Susana Viegas (Local Committee), Maria Cardeira da Silva (Local Committee), Georgeta Stoica (EASA Executive Committee), Monica Heintz (EASA Executive Committee), Christina Toren (additional member), Adam Kuper (additional member), Jorge Grau Robollo (additional member), Fabio Vicini (additional member).
Film selection committee
Catarina Alves Costa, Humberto Martins, Sofia Sampaio, Rodrigo Lacerda, Amaya Sumpsi, Inês Ponte