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EASA Applied Anthropology Network

Established in 2011, Applied Anthropology Network (AAN) has become the main European platform for sharing information and experiences related to the applications of anthropology and ethnography. The network enables a circular transfer of knowledge between academia, private and public sectors, NGOs, interest groups and individuals. It supports employment of anthropologists outside academia.

Vision

Mission

Activities

Membership

The network currently serves 240+ registered scholars active in 50 different countries, 600+ Applied Anthro Collab Group members and 11,000+ social media followers.

AAN membership is free. Feel free to join EASA and enjoy the benefits of being its member.

1) Fill out Registration Form (Google Form)

2) (optional) Create a marker in Membership Map (Google Maps)

For institutional partnership, please, contact Network Manager:
easa.applied.anthropology(at)gmail.com

Structure

Convenors of the network should be professionally active in academic and/or corporate worlds. Serving convenors are elected for up to four consecutive years at network meetings. The team favours horizontal decision-making structure, so network members are invited to propose new activities, projects, and organizational moves anytime.

Current convenors:

Dan Podjed (since 2011) is a Research Fellow at the Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts. E: dan.podjed(at)zrc-sazu.si

Meta Gorup (since 2012) is a PhD candidate at the Department of Sociology, Ghent University, Belgium. E: meta.gorup(at)ugent.be

Pavel Borecký (since 2016) is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Social Anthropology / Walter Benjamin College, University of Bern, Switzerland. E: pavel.borecky(at)wbkolleg.unibe.ch

Europe-US Liaison: Carla Guerron-Montero (since 2016) is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at University of Delaware. E: cguerron(at)udel.edu

Verónica Reyero Meal (since 2017) is an Assistant Researcher at the Department of Anthropology, University of Granada, Spain. E: veronicareyero(at)ugr.es

Network Manager: Pablo Mondragón Valero (since 2017) is a business anthropologist and co-founder of Antropología 2.0. E: pmondragon(at)antropologia2-0.com

Contact

E-mail: easa.applied.anthropology(at)gmail.com