EASA Applied Anthropology Network
The network provides a platform for sharing information, experience and discussions regarding the applications of anthropology. It attempts to become the main European network for scientists and practitioners who believe that anthropological theories, approaches, methods and skills can also be used beyond academic boundaries – to solve problems in practice. The network focuses on the transfer of anthropological knowledge to private and public sectors and to profit and non-profit organisations. Some fields of interests of the network's members include business anthropology, design anthropology, organisational anthropology, anthropology of work, applied educational anthropology, tourism, policy-making, anthropological consulting, etc.
Meta Gorup is co-convenor of the EASA Applied Anthropology Network and PhD candidate at the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, Ghent University, Belgium. E: meta.gorup(at)ugent.be
Dan Podjed is convenor of the EASA Applied Anthropology Network and research fellow at the Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts. E: dan.podjed(at)zrc-sazu.si
Pavel Borecký a co-convenor of the EASA Applied Anthropology Network and a PhD candidate at Institute of Social Anthropology and Walter Benjamin College, University of Bern, Switzerland. E: pavel.borecky(at)gmail.com
The EASA Applied Anthropology Network can be contacted on: easa.applied.anthropology (at) gmail.com or +386 31 820 198 (Dan Podjed).